Join this online group and meet monthly (on the first Thursday of most months) for group consultation, didactic model review, and clip presentations. We’ll offer presentations by EFT Trainers & EFFT’ers in training in a small intimate format. Learn more about our trainers below.
Curious about the key differences between Sue Johnson’s EFFT and other forms of EFFT?
- Our approach focuses on transforming patterns and blocks related to emotional engagement.
- Our approach is rooted in attachment processes, including caregiving and meeting attachment-related needs.
- Our approach focuses on working through relational blocks with parents and children in session together.
Lisa Palmer-Olsen, Psy.D. is a licensed marriage and family therapist in San Diego California. She is a Certified EFT Trainer and Supervisor and is a Founder and one of the Directors of the Emotionally Focused Couples Training and Research Institute at Alliant International University. Lisa completed her dissertation research on how to train and teach Emotionally Focused Couples therapy to professionals. Dr. Sue Johnson, the founder of EFT and Dr. Scott Woolley were part of her dissertation committee.
James Furrow, PhD, is an internationally recognized leader and contributor to the practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy with couples and families. Together with EFT originator Susan Johnson, Ed.D, Jim co-authored Becoming an EFT Therapist: The Workbook, The EFT Casebook, and the forthcoming text Emotionally Focused Family Therapy. He is co-author of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy for Dummies, a practical resource for couples and therapists seeking an everyday understanding of EFT principles and practices. Jim maintains an active research program examining the EFT process and its effectiveness with couples and families. He is an ICEEFT-certified EFT therapist, supervisor, and trainer.
Formerly Jim served as the Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of Marital and Family Therapy at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in Pasadena California, where he trained psychologists and marital and family therapists in couple and family therapy for over two decades. He is a clinical fellow and an approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a member of the National Council on Family Relations, and a Certified Family Life Educator. Jim served as co-founder and Executive Director of the Los Angeles Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy before relocating to the Seattle area.
George Faller, LMFT, is a husband, father, therapist, educator, speaker, writer and global leader in helping people reconnect and strengthen their relationships. He is a certified Supervisor/Trainer/Therapist in EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) and founder of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy, where he serves as President. He is a Supervisor with the AAMFT (American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy) and teaches classes at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in Manhattan. He is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist currently practicing in Connecticut and New York. George is the director of training at the Greenwich Center for Hope & Renewal in CT and is on the Board of the Porter Cason Institute at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Dates and Times:
We’ll meet online via zoom from 9:30 am – 10:30 am PST on the below meeting dates.
2021 Group Meetings
- March 4, 2021
- April 8, 2021
- May 13, 2021
- June 3, 2021
- July 8, 2021
- August 12, 2021
- September 9, 2021
- October 14, 2021
- November 18, 2021
Email Jen Siladi at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will sign you up for the group and create an account for you in simple practice. (Simple practice is a platform we use for group members in order to record payment, share and complete consent forms, paperwork, and to schedule billing. Once you are signed up in Simple Practice, you can begin to attend groups and you will be automatically charged–see details below.)
You need to have completed the EFT Externship and preferably (but not mandatory) have attended a training in EFFT. There is also an initial commitment of six-months, after which you may cancel at anytime with 30-days notice.
As mentioned above, this group requires a six-month commitment. We offer two payment options for your convenience: (1) we can set up monthly payments of $75 for a six-month period; OR, (2) we can collect a one-time payment of $420 which includes six consecutive groups (this options lowers the cost to $70 per group for each of the six group), and after the first six months you will be billed automatically at the rate of $75 per month.
Billing occurs once every 4 weeks on a Saturday. All billing occurs at the beginning of the month or last week of the prior month for any given group. Thus, you are paying for the groups before they happen. One you enroll, you will be automatically billed monthly until you inform Jen Siladi that you want to terminate your EFFT group attendance. Note: all cancellations require 30 days notice; see more details below.
Payment method: Credit or Debit cards only. We need a card number on file in order to enroll you in auto-bill. Because of the constant changing supervision needs of each clinician, we will automatically bill you and invite you to groups until you let us know that you no longer want to attend these groups.
This group requires a six-month commitment. After the initial six months, you can cancel, pause, or skip groups without being charged if you let us know 30 days in advance. In order to do so, please contact Jen Siladi at email@example.com.
Matthew Settle will send you details for accessing live group sessions. If you miss a session, you can obtain a copy by emailing Matthew at Msettlemft@gmail.com.