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On Improving Our Therapist Attachment Lens

There was a baseball player, Will Clark, San Francisco Giants, who I followed back in the day.  He had the most elegant swing and could hit the ball for power and got on base often (my apologies to non-baseball fans, but this will make sense soon).  His baseball lens for seeing the ball coming to the plate was unsurpassed. Turns out, Mr. Clark had 20/10 vision.  Yes, he saw things 20 feet away as if they were 10 feet away.  Remembering this got me thinking about my attachment lens.  When first doing attachment-based work, I believe my vision was more like 20/100.  Attachment bonds that were right in front of me […]

EFT Supervisors Provide A Secure Base for Couples Therapists

Anyone practicing couples and family therapy, or individual therapy where relational problems so commonly impact clients, may benefit from supervision with an ICEEFT Approved EFT Supervisor. EFT Supervisors and Supervision Candidates share common qualities: Attachment-based:  These therapists approach both therapy and supervision from an attachment perspective.  They seek to provide a safe haven, secure base for couples in therapy.  In a parallel process, they are likely to seek to co-create the same with you in supervision.  Supervisors can become a secure base for you in your work. Emotionally focused:  Supervision with EFT supervisors allows for and makes room for the emotional experience, strengths and use of self of the therapist. […]

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Congratulations to Jim Kemp, Colorado’s Newest Certified EFT Therapist

A hearty and heartfelt congratulations to Colorado’s newest I.C.E.E.F.T. Certified E.F.T. Therapist, Dr. Jim Kemp!  Jim approaches E.F.T. work with couples with grace and intensity.  With a strong interest in men’s issues, Dr. Kemp focused early on in his career on providing therapy services, individual and group, to men.  Over time, he saw that frequently men’s struggles centered on their close relationships with partners and in family.  Naturally, he gravitated to couples therapy, and then found emotionally focused therapy. Since participating in the Externship training in Colorado several years ago, Jim’s dedication to learning this model and understanding it deeply has been steadfast.  Everyone in the Colorado Community and at […]