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 community of fellow travellers!
Perhaps you have emerging dreams and plans to grow as an EFT therapist? You might be seeking more tools for expanding your competencies and confidence?
The Carolina Center for EFT is bursting with resources at your finger tips and offers training events each month. And this newsletter is filled with many more treasures than meet the eye. In other words, don’t miss clicking all the links available here!
Local EFT members share their experiences
Our collegial community of EFT’ers is filled with brilliant resourcefulness. This newsletter is chock full of local therapists sharing recent EFT discoveries.
Maria Wood, Raleigh describes her delightful discovery of the impact of her transparent engagement – sharing her specific vision of secure bonding with a challenging couple!
It has been four years since I completed my externship and went on to do Core Skills. When I look back on each year, I realize my skills have increased ever so slightly from the year before. As I continue to deepen my learning of the EFT model, it is exciting when I hear of another way to fine-tune my application of EFT. Read more…
Patti Zordich describes salient take-aways from a recent Stage 2 training in Washington, DC. that are sure to be helpful to you.
Last month I attended Kathryn Rheem and Marlene Best’s training, Stage Two Change Events: Getting Clearer, Going Deeper, at the Washington Baltimore Center for EFT. It was two days chock full of incredible training. Read more…
Blogger and Carolina EFT therapist Wesley Little, featured in ICEEFT’s summer newsletter is honoring us with one of her blogs before publishing it on her site. Wesley’s home page reflects the theme of this newsletter:
Join me as I struggle with learning this incredible model, Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy. It’s a long road, let’s have friends along the way. Read more…
From Carolinas to Washington, DC, to Canada where Lorrie also lives and works in an EFT community, to the warm and thriving EFT community in Romania we are learning and growing together! Lorrie also shares about her experience of training Romanian EFT therapists in EFIT!