Returning to In Person – Externship in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs budding EFT Community proudly announces the 2nd Externship there, led by Dr. Robert Allan.  This will be in person.  For registration, questions, etc click here Exciting to be able to gather together again for in person training, and no better place to start than with an Externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy developed by Dr. Sue Johnson. IN PERSON Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) Externship Your Facilitator: Dr Robert Allan, Professor, University of Colorado ICEEFT Certified EFT Trainer Key EFT Researcher    

Congratulations to Dr. Dawn Taylor, Colorado’s Newest Certified E.F.T. Therapist

Dr. Dawn Taylor, a co-founder of the Boulder E.F.T. Community, a well admired colleague, recently received certification from the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (I.C.E.E.F.T.).  In order to achieve this distinction, Dr. Taylor completed additional coursework in E.F.T. Training and also sent two video examples of her work with couples.  The feedback from I.C.E.E.F.T. was glowing.  Her ability to attune to each partner and bring E.F.T. alive in the room is strong. Dr. Taylor started her private practice in 1980, in Boulder, Colorado.  She also completed post-graduate training in marriage and family therapy at the Colorado Institute for Marriage and the Family.   Dawn has been on […]

Affair Recovery, Prevention and Trust in Marriage – A Podcast with Jim Thomas, EFT Trainer

A Podcast interview with Jim Thomas, Director, EFT Trainer, LMFT, interviewed by Stuart Fensterheim, LCSW, Scottsdale, Arizona.  We talk about affairs, betrayal and trust.   Jim explores how to prevent affairs and the number one communication skill (that underlies all communication skills in marriage).  We also discuss couples intensives and many other subjects related to marriage, closeness and trust. It was a pleasure to be interviewed by Stuart; hopefully you’ll find some ideas of interest in this podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/thecouplesexpert/vulnerability_successs_.mp3