Externship – May, 2023
Immerse yourself in Emotionally Focused Therapy — a model backed by 30 years of empirical research — through our four-day “Externship in “. Observe real couples undergoing therapy (live or recorded), practice your EFT skills with experiential exercises, discover which patterns keep clients stuck in distress, and learn how principles of attachment science translate into on-target interventions for individuals, couples and families. Emerge empowered and ready for your clients to grow in every session.
Day 1: Wednesday May 17, 2023
Day 2: Thursday May 18, 2023
Day 3: Friday May 19, 2023
Day 4: Saturday May 20, 2023
by Time Zone
Pacific: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Mountain: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Central: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Eastern: 11:00am – 7:00pm
An Externship is made up of:
EFT for Couples: 70-80%
EFT for Individuals: 15-25%
EFT for Families: 1-10%
Become the therapist you want to be! Register today.
Scholarships are available for those in need.
- 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.
- Roy HodgsonICEEFT Certified Trainer
Roy Hodgson has trained for over a decade in EFT. His EFT experience also includes many years of supervision with trainers from the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy, including a year of teleconferences with Susan Johnson, Ph.D. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a licensed mental health counselor, and a certified counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors. He has been a guest lecturer and instructor at Antioch University’s couples and family therapy program. Roy was the 2014 Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy supervisor of the year. He founded the Seattle Community for EFT. More information about Roy can be found here: www.seattleeft.com