- Registration: 8:00am | Training: 9:00am – 5:00pm
- Presented by
- $750 per person (Limited to 100 Attendees) – Early-Bird Registration *Before November 21st = $750 *Before December 21st = $800 Regular Registration = $850 Student Registration = $500
- 28 CE Hours (available for $39.99 after the event through National Marriage Seminars of America)
We do offer 20% off for Students and Military. Students must register using your .edu email address – Use Coupon Code: STU2017 Military – Use Coupon Code: Mil20 – must show i.d. 1st day of training. (These codes cannot be combined with any other discounts)
**Please note: This is not a National Marriage Seminars hosted or sponsored training. This training is hosted by Kenneth Sanderfer, LMFT, Certified EFT Therapist, Supervisor & Trainer. National Marriage Seminars is advertising this event and is not responsible and held harmless for this training. NMS transfer/credit vouchers are not applicable.
This is the first EFT Externship being presented with a Created for Connection focus!
EFT/C4C Externship being offered at Oklahoma Baptist University, Stavros Hall, 500 W. University Street, Shawnee, OK 74804.
Registration begins at 8:30 AM in the lobby of Stavros Hall on Wednesday, February 21, 2018. Training will take place from 9AM – 5PM on Wednesday – Friday and from 9AM – 3PM on Saturday.
A group room block has been reserved for this event at the Comfort Inn & Suites, 5400 Enterprise Court, Shawnee, OK 74804. The nightly rate for single occupancy is $89 when you mention the EFT Externship. You can call to make your reservations at 405-273-8667.
These rates are good through January 20, 2018. A limited number of rooms are being held for our group so we encourage you to make your reservations as soon as possible.
Details & Registration
A Four Day Externship
Learn the concepts and theory of Emotionally Focused Therapy to help restore and deepen the emotional bond between couples.
Registration Fee: $800 per person Early Bird, $850 registration fee | Cost Includes: 4-day training, EFT Manual
- Earn 28 CE hours through R. Cassidy (Available for purchase for $40 at the event)
Begin the Path to Mastery in EFT
Through a combination of lecture, videotape, observation of live interviews and exercises, participants will learn the basic concepts and theory of Emotionally Focused Therapy; identify the stages and steps of treatment; begin to formulate problematic cycles of interaction; and help couples end cycles of blame and disengagement so that they can restore and deepen the emotional bond between them. Sue Johnson’s second edition of The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: Creating Connections is recommended reading for all participants. Experienced, local EFT supervisors will be available to assist small group learning and practice.
One of the premier EFT trainers will combine lecture, filmed demonstration, and experimental exercises to teach the concepts behind Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples and give participants a sense of what it looks and feels like to work with couples using the framework of attachment theory.
EFT for couples is a model developed by Dr. Sue Johnson that draws from over 25 years of outcome research and translates attachment processes into precise clinical interventions.
- Name 2 advances in the new current era of couples therapy
- Describe the attachment map of couple’s therapy process
- Describe the “within” and “between” processes of EFT
- Name the 4 “Ps” of the EFT process
- Name the 3 predominant theories that EFT is based upon
- Name the 4 attachment styles
- Describe the process of attachment distress
- Describe how EFT defines emotion
- Describe the process model of emotion as defined by Magda Arnold
- Name the 6 core emotions
- Describe how EFT clinically uses emotion to create connection
- Name the 9 steps of EFT
- Name the 3 stages of EFT
- Name the key change events in EFT
- Describe at least 3 elements of the EFT assessment process
- Recognize process assessment
- Discuss attachment assessment
- Describe how the systemic pattern (cycle) becomes THE relational problem
- Name the different structural elements/parts of the cycle
- Name the different types of cycles
- Describe 3 underlying emotions that withdrawers feel
- Describe 3 underlying emotions that pursuers feel
- Define the EFT clinical skills associated with De-escalation
- Define the EFT experiential interventions
- Describe RISSSC
- Describe the withdrawer engagement key change event
- Describe the pursuer softening key change event
- List the 6 themes of blamer softening
- Define what an Enactment is
- Describe what an Attachment injury is
Participants working in the following fields will benefit from this training:
- Social Workers
- Marriage and Family Therapists
- Professional Counselors
- Addiction Counselors
- Other Mental Health Professionals