E.F.T. Externship September 20 – 23, 2017, Denver, Colorado

Based on popular demand, the Center is offering the EFT Externship, 2017, September 20 – 23, 2017, in Colorado.  Having reviewed the written evaluations for the recently completed EFT externship, we are proud of the high marks received.  “Best training of my career,” and synonymous statements were given by a number of participants. Join us for an engaging, experiential introduction to Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy with Jim Thomas, LMFT, Approved Supervisor, ICEEFT Certified International E.F.T. Trainer. The EFT Externship training is based on the work of Dr. Susan Johnson. The 4-Day Externship builds on her work, research in the model, and the work of a number of other E.F.T. Trainers. […]

Julie Marino, LMFT, CACII -Colorado E.F.T. Therapist

Please join us in congratulating  Julie Marino, LMFT, CACII , on earning her Certification from I.C.E.E.F.T. as a Certified E.F.T. Therapist!  Julie is a beloved member of the E.F.T. Therapists community in Colorado.  She carries herself with grace and brings her big heart to her professional and therapy relationships. Julie uses a combination of therapeutic techniques in her therapy style  and has adapted the title “Heart Therapy” because she treats all aspects of the soul/heart such as : PTSD, trauma, grief, depression, addictions / substance abuse, and anxiety. Julie also welcomes people of all faiths and specializes in a Christian world view. Her work with couples is truly heart felt. Using […]

Congratulations to Amy Davis EFT Supervisor

On behalf of Kathryn de Bruin, Lisa Palmer-Olsen, and everyone who has worked with and experienced the grace and warmth of s,Amy Davis, LPC, EFT Therapist, we at the Colorado Center give Amy a big hearty, “CONGRATULATIONS!” on earning her ICEEFT Certification as an EFT Supervisor. In the Colorado EFT Community, we all know Amy as a strong & gentle soul.   She’s gracious.  You feel her presence and attentiveness whenever one engages with Amy; she’s there, willing and able to engage with colleagues, clients and people she supervises.  Her work with couples matches her personhood. With Amy Davis, supervisees experience a strong presence, supportive person who is insightful about where they are in learning/integrating […]