How do YOU strengthen your sense of being an EFT therapist? Do you reach out to others and discover that you are in fact in very good company on the days you are discouraged and feel like throwing in the towel? Do you smile tenderly on our shared humanness and imperfections? You belong to a […]
Stepping into Emotionally Focused Therapy: Key Ingredients of Change by L Brubacher To pre-order you copy, click on the book cover or copy and paste into your browser: http://us.karnacbooks.com/product/stepping-into-emotionally-focused-couple-therapy-key-ingredients-of-change/37100/ This volume … provides clinicians with practical tools, an experiential tour through case examples, and simple guidance to step into EFT. An overview of the change […]
1. Check our resources page. A therapist recently wrote: “I read a few of the articles you posted on ICEEFT newsletter “Emotion is more than a feeling” and “Responding to verbal and non-verbal micro process markers in the de-escalation of Stage One” and they are super helpful!! Thank you so much for writing those as […]
After four wonderful weekends over a six-month series, Carolina Center for EFT would like to thank all of our talented participants and gifted assistants for their involvement in our most recent round of Core Skills training. Core Skills is an in-depth and impactful opportunity to deepen your understanding of the EFT model and provide more effective interventions with your couples. […]
Working with betrayal? Infidelity? Blocks to regaining trust? Check out the Attachment Injury Resolution Model (AIRM) interactive training program at www.attachmentinjuryrepair.com. Purchase online atwww.attachmentinjuryrepair.com or find it on the sidebar of ICEEFT’s home page.