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Learn EFIT: Emotionally Focused individual Therapy

Why learn EFIT?

NEW: Sequence & Certification

Starting in 2024, is offering a new certification pathway in EFIT!

1. We recommend “Fundamentals of EFT” precede any other course. This is not a requirement.
2. Take 4-day “EFIT Essentials” –or– 2-day “EFIT Level 1” + 2-day “EFIT Level 2”.
Note: EFIT Level 1 is a pre-requisite for EFIT Level 2.
Note: Essentials is Levels 1 and 2 combined into a single course.
3. Take 10-hr “EFIT Consultation” (aka “Mastering Skills and Overcoming Challenges in EFIT: A Consultation Process”)
4. Complete additional steps through’s EFIT page.

A certificate of completion is available for all our courses.

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Discount: Each publisher offers Courses attendees a discount of 20-25% off the following texts. Once you have registered for a course, you may access the relevant discount codes via the Courses Portal.


A Primer for Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT): Cultivating Fitness and Growth in Every Client” by Susan M. Johnson and T. Leanne Campbell, 2022.

Routledge offers this publication in paperback, hardcover or eBook.


Attachment Theory in Practice: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) with Individuals, Couples, and Families” by Dr. Susan M. Johnson, 2019.

Guildford Press offers this publication in hardcover or eBook.


Becoming an Emotionally Focused Therapist: The Workbook (2nd Edition)” by James L. Furrow, Susan M. Johnson, Brent Bradley, Lorrie L. Brubacher, T. Leanne Campbell, Veronica Kallos-Lilly, Gail Palmer, Kathryn Rheem, Scott R. Woolley, 2022.

Routledge offers this publication in paperback, hardcover or eBook.

Ready to start learning EFIT?

These live-online or pre-recorded “EFIT” training events are coming up next. Click through to register today!

More from Dr Sue Johnson about EFIT

Over the lifespan, the need for connection with others shapes our neural architecture, our responses to stress, our everyday emotional lives, and the interpersonal dramas and dilemmas that are at the heart of those lives.

– Dr. Sue Johnson, Attachment Theory in Practice (p. 5), 2019

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