Vulnerability, Openness and Attunement: Regulating Ourselves with Dysregulated Clients

**This Event is sold out**

Colorado Center for EFT proudly presents:

Vulnerability, Openness and Attunement: Regulating Ourselves with Dysregulated Clients

**An interactive, experiential 4- hour workshop for any clinician who values openness, vulnerability, and authentic emotional presence in your work with couples, families and individuals**

April 11th 9am-1pm

Location: The Conflict Center  

4140 Tejon St Denver CO 80211 (coffee and rolls will be provided)


Bev Tuel, PhD, ICEEFT Certified EFT Supervisor, presenter says: “Authentic attunement allows us access to those magical moments when we know ‘this is what I’m meant to do!’
Attunement also demands that we walk with clients into those dark places. Clients’ behaviors activate our own intensely human longings and can trigger our own reactivity. Even the most centered among us can get thrown off track in our emotional hot spots.”


Registration BEFORE February 15th 2014:

Closed (see below for options)

Registration February 16th-March 31st 2014:

**This Event is sold out**

2-Day Workshop with Jim Thomas, “Gaining Traction, Getting to Softenings in EFT” coming this fall.  Come back to for details

$95.00 Individual Therapist

$85.00 Graduate Student

$85.00/Person Group Rate (by check only) Four or more all registering together in same envelope and one completed form per person along with their check.  Bev Tuel Workshop April 11th check form

Registration BEGINNING April 1st 2014:

This event is sold out.  No at the door registrations available.  Thank you for your interest; please return to for an announcement soon regarding a 2-Day Master Class in EFT with Director, Jim Thomas, LMFT, Certified Trainer.  Thank you

$110.00 Individual Therapist

$100.00 Graduate Student

 Learning Objectives:
• Explore how staying emotionally present can be difficult for any therapist.

• Recognize the moments that we can become overwhelmed or dysregulated in session.

•Gain better understanding of our own patterns of responding in these difficult moments.

• Discover ways to re-attune to clients in the face of their own dysregulation or distancing