The Colorado Center is proud to be hosting a small group gathering of therapists regarding couples violence and EFT work.  This is open to therapists who have studied and use Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy in their practice (minimum prerequisite of completion of EFT Externship).  Couples violence presents many challenges from assessment, to appropriateness of EFT, to treatment planning. The authors of the recently published, peer-reviewed journal article, “Fighting for Connection: Patterns of Intimate Partner Violence,” (2018), Journal of Couple and Family Therapy, Jef Slootmaeckers & Lieven Migerode,will be leading this seminar. This gathering, June 4th, will be from approximately 9 am until noon, with exact time and location to be confirmed at […]

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. […]

How To Love Intelligently

Loving intelligently, a new look at adult romantic relationships from Dr. Sue Johnson, author of “Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Love” (2013). Therapist who want to learn how to help couples in distress using Emotionally Focused Therapy, join us at the Externship, May 6th through 9th, 2015, Denver, Colorado Couples seeking a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, click here