Emotionally Focused individual Therapy (Level 1) – May, 2023
This EFiT program teaches you how to tune into, order, and use the power of potent emotion to literally ‘move’ clients into a new sense of self. As they construct their inner emotional world in new ways, the results are:
– an increased sense of competence and worth,
– a sense of secure connection with self and others,
– and diminished symptoms of emotional disorders.
Immediately transform your practice and clients with EFiT.
A certificate in EFiT Level 1 is available upon completion of this course.
Thursday May 4, 2023
Friday May 5, 2023
by Time Zone
Pacific: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Mountain: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Central: 11:00am – 6:00pm
Eastern: noon – 7:00pm
Become the therapist you want to be! Register today.
Scholarships are available for those in need.
Robert AllanICEEFT Certified Trainer
Dr. Robert Allan (he/him/his)
Robert is an Associate Professor in the couple and family program at the University of Colorado Denver. He maintains an active practice in Denver and is the Director of the Colorado Center for EFT. Robert has helped train and supervise therapists and students in Emotionally Focused Therapy across Canada, the US, and U.K. Robert’s interest in EFT extends to his research work where he has explored cultural adaptations of EFT. He is currently the co-Principal Investigator and supervising the Denver site for the first clinical trial of Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT). Robert completed his PhD at Dalhousie University, he is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Colorado, and an Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Robert is a warm, knowledgeable, and engaged trainer with a passion for helping people learn EFT. Robert is the Co-editor and contributor of Creating Cultural Safety in Couple and Family Therapy: Supervision and Training.
Yolanda von HockaufICEEFT Certified Trainer
Yolanda (she, her) is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified EFT Trainer. She is a co-founder of the Vancouver Couple & Family Institute and the Vancouver Centre for EFT Training which have provided services to clients and therapists since 2005.
As a therapist in the original UBC research study on Emotionally Focused Therapy by Sue Johnson in 1983, Yolanda has been using the model since its inception.
Applying the EFT model creatively to a range of cultures is a strong passion for Yolanda. She has trained in 14 countries around the world and continues to actively learn and grow in her understanding of how to apply and train in EFT.
Yolanda has a passion for helping therapists grow in their skills, confidence and self-awareness. She has mentored numerous trainers toward becoming ICEEFT Certified Trainers. Her clear style and engaging manner make her training an exceptional experience for beginning and advanced therapists alike.