We are happy to announce the 2016 E.F.T. Externship presented by the Colorado Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy. E.F.T. Externships provided by the Center receive high evaluation scores consistently. The training includes live demonstrations of the model and video examples of E.F.T. in Action. For therapists who work with couples and families, or those wishing to gain the skills and confidence to do so, this workshop is for you. E.F.T., recognized by the A.P.A. as an empirically-validated approach to couples therapy, has the support of 32 outcome studies to date. Research indicates that the results of E.F.T. are robust, holding steady or improving over time for couples. Some 70 to 75% of couples in studies move from high distress to low or no distress, and 88 to 90% report positive significant changes.
To register or learn more about the training, visit https://www.coloradoeft.com/eft-trainings/colorado-2016-externship-foundational-training-in-eft-for-clinicians/