2024 March | EFIT Essentials
Register for “EFIT Essentials (Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy)”
4 Day Event
Thursday, Mar. 7, 2024
Friday, Mar. 8, 2024
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2024
Friday, Mar. 15, 2024
6hr training + 40min lunch + two 10min breaks
Event Time by North American Time Zone
Pacific: 7:00am – 2:00pm
Mountain: 8:00am – 3:00pm
Central: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Eastern: 10:00am- 5:00pm
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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.
Teri MurphyICEEFT Certified Trainer
Teri Murphy, PhD is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an ICEEFT Certified Trainer, Supervisor, and Therapist in Emotionally Focused Therapy. A former bona fide rocket scientist, Teri transferred her systems engineering skills and strong scientific foundation to therapy, and has owned a private practice in Franklin TN since 2012. Building on her previous career experience as well as her time as a graduate level counseling professor, Teri has curated a fresh, systemic perspective on creating connection, deep healing, and smoothly functioning relationships.
In addition to her clinical work, Teri is a sought-after speaker and loves sharing her knowledge on attachment, compassion, self-of-the-therapist, and relationships. Teri has written articles on love, self, relationships, and the science of connection for multiple national and local publications [Simple Practice, the Tennessean, Bedlam Magazine, and Venn Magazine], and enjoys facilitating workshops on relationships, authenticity, and personal development.
Above all else, Teri is a spitfire academic who believes in developing compassion for human beings through therapy, continuous self-assessment, listening to and learning from leaders in multiple disciplines across fields of work, and challenging herself constantly to be radically honest, question everything, and ultimately, when in doubt, to follow where love leads. She loves spending time with her husband and two teenage children, and has a special love for coffee. Lots of coffee.