Don't miss the biggest training event of the year, with beloved ICEEFT trainers Debi Scimeca-Diaz, New Jersey Center for EFT and Roy Hodgson, Seattle Center for EFT, with special guest Sharon Chatkupt Lee, ICEEFT trainer-in-training from Portland, OR.
This is an official EFT Externship, endorsed by the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT). Attending this externship is the first step to being listed on the EFT website, where couples find trained couple therapists. Attending this externship is the necessary first step towards becoming a Certified EFT therapist. For further details about the certification process please refer to the International Centre for Excellence in EFT (ICEEFT).
In this Externship, you will learn to:
- see marital and relationship distress from an attachment perspective
- help partners reprocess the emotional responses that maintain relationship distress
- shape key new interaction and bonding events and,
- overcome therapeutic impasses.
You will see a skilled trainer apply EFT in a live consultation session with a couple, a profound learning experience. You will learn EFT’s theoretical framework, the “3 stages” and “9 steps” in the EFT model, and it’s clinical techniques. You will observe videotaped sessions, practice skill training exercises, and receive assistance in specific areas from the trainers and advanced EFT therapists.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is designed for all mental health professionals and graduate students, pastoral counselors, and coaches. EFT is a short-term approach developed by Dr. Susan M. Johnson, founder of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT). It reflects the most recent research on the nature of relationship distress, adult love, and emotion. Emotionally Focused Therapy has revolutionized therapy in general. It is one of the most empirically supported models of couple therapy, is being taught all over the world, and is a must-know model whether you are working with couples, individuals or families.