A discussion among peers on how to respectively work with clients regarding substance use and substance abuse. Our conversation will be led by Pam Semmler, LPC, CAC III, fellow EFT Therapist and Supervisor.
Understanding and assessing the impact of substance use in relationships. Clinical strategies and implications.
Peers Teaching Peers Event for Therapists - Understanding the cultural implications for using EFT with Hispanic males.
More details to come regarding how EFT therapists can create a supportive, helpful environment for Hispanic males during their EFT Experience. Our conversation will be facilitated by Liliana Baylon, LMFT, a bilingual, bicultural EFT Therapist. Register now as more details will come soon.
Please join us for a discussion led by Jane Davidson, LCSW, LMFT, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist, and learn how to create a safe and responsive environment for your LGBTQ+ clients.
Clinical issues and creating a safe and responsive environment for your clients.
Please join your Marriage and Family Therapy peers as Lia Jones, LMFT facilitates a presentation/discussion on AEDP - Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy. Lia is a Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor AND Certified AEDP Therapist. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience with both models, which is sure to make this discussion relatable and informative!
If you are an Emotionally Focused Therapist and share our interest in learning more about EMDR and EFT, please join us for this collaborative learning experience!
A small group of relationship therapists will be learning about EMDR in general and more specifically, how EFT therapists find it helpful when working with couples with trauma. The meeting will be facilitated by our own amazing Elizabeth Legg, PhD, LPC and Kim Keller, LPCC. Liz is trained in EFT and is also an EMDR Certified Therapist and EMDRIA Approved Consultant. Kim is trained in both EFT and EMDR, working towards certification in both. They share a tremendous passion for working with couples and trauma. They are both a wealth of information! The meeting is limited to 10-12 participants to promote meaningful interaction and personalized Q&A for participants.