Next Carolina EFT Externship planned for June 6-9, 2018 at UNC Greensboro
28 NBCC Approved CE hours available • Early Bird registration date is April 15, 2018
The 4-Day Externship is the first step towards EFT certification. Pre-requisite is to read The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Creating Connection, 2nd ed., Brunner-Routledge.
Emotionally Focused Therapy is a short-term, structured and tested approach to reduce stress in adult love relationships, and create more secure attachment bonds. As one of the best-validated and most effective approaches to couples therapy, research shows 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements.
An Externship includes didactic presentations of theory, techniques and skills, video recordings of EFT with couples, observation of live sessions, and discussion of specific cases and clinical issues. Training exercises allow participants to explore EFT techniques and interventions in a supportive environment.
- To see marital distress from an attachment perspective
- To help partners reprocess the emotional responses that maintain marital distress
- To shape key new interaction and bonding events
- To overcome therapeutic impasses
Join the thousands of therapists across the world who every year experience the four day EFT Externship and transform their practice. 85% of participants give this standardized training the highest rating possible (that is 5/5) on all major aspects. Participants have said:
“In 20 years of workshops and presentations this was absolutely and easily the tops!”
“Thanks so much. It is really a joy to be in conversation and see in practice the humanistic tradition.”
“The Externship was the best training I have ever had! It was fun. It was poignant. It was worthwhile. It made a difference.”
“Really a terrific learning experience – exceeded my expectations!”
To take this training you must have the training and educational qualifications to legally practice as a professional mental health practitioner or be in formal training to be a professional mental health practitioner.