Congratulations Robert Allan, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT Certified E.F.T Trainer

Please join us in welcoming Robert Allan, Certified, EFT Trainer ! Robert is an Assistant Professor in the couple and family track of the graduate counseling program at the University of Colorado Denver. He maintains a private practice in Denver where he works with individuals, couples and families and also offers supervision. Robert started his EFT journey in Halifax, Nova Scotia a number of years ago and has worked extensively with Gail Palmer and since moving to Denver four years ago has also been mentored by Jim Thomas. Robert researches the practical application of Emotionally Focused Therapy across diverse populations. He has published in peer reviewed journals and presents regularly […]

Congratulations Jessica Heaney, LCSW, Certified EFT Therapist

Please join us in welcoming Jessica Heaney, Certified EFT Therapist!  Jessica recently earned her Certification from the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy. Jessica has long been captured by the model of EFT.  She reengaged in her training, with a commitment for certification, just shy of two years ago. She has established a successful private practice in the Vail Valley where she applies her EFT training through specializing in relationship dynamics. She is now Vail’s sole Certified EFT clinician.  Jessica is passionate and motivated to enhance the EFT community throughout Colorado’s western region. “My purpose is helping individuals and couples rediscover what lasting love is. I guide struggling […]

Jim Thomas LMFT

Podcast “The Couples Therapist Couch” with Shane Birkel

Please join us in the February 6th, 2018 podcast with host Shane Birkel. In this episode, Jim explores EFT and couples therapy and how EFT has made a powerful impact in therapy. Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) is one of the most well regarded models being used by couples therapists today.  Jim speaks from the heart and gives some great examples and stories. As therapists we can guide them to think about those situations…couples therapy is about the emotional reaction to the situation that is being triggered. I really like that idea of externalizing so that couples can look at the patterns instead of blaming each other, they […]