EFT Externships and more from the Colorado Center

I am happy and proud to be involved in three Externships over the next four months along with a training in Edmonton and one in London. Vibrant times in Colorado, where the May 30 through June 2nd Externship, led by myself with the support of some co-presenters, Dr. Bev Tuel, Misti Klarenbeck-McKenna, Alison Rimland, Cindy Wander and Jonathan Zalesne.  It sold out in early April.  This will be followed by an Externship in Austin, Texas in June with the support of Trainer in Training, Joe Cantu.  Joe’s done an amazing job of seeding and developing community, first in Dallas/Fort Worth area, and now in San Antonio and Austin.  And the […]

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. […]

Colorado E.F.T. Externship 2016 Dates and Location Announced

We are happy to announce the 2016 E.F.T. Externship presented by the Colorado Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy. E.F.T. Externships provided by the Center receive high evaluation scores consistently.   The training includes live demonstrations of the model and video examples of E.F.T. in Action.  For therapists who work with couples and families, or those wishing to gain the skills and confidence to do so, this workshop is for you.  E.F.T., recognized by the A.P.A. as an empirically-validated approach to couples therapy, has the support of 32 outcome studies to date.  Research indicates that the results of E.F.T. are robust, holding steady or improving over time for couples.  Some 70 […]