Externship Program

Are you interested in being more effective with couples in crisis?

Do you sometimes feel you don’t have a clear map?

Are your sessions at times highly charged and emotional?

Do you sometimes struggle with how to help couples heal after infidelity?

Would you like to energize your work with couples?

  • Learning EFT was personally and professionally transformational for me. EFT makes sense of human connection like no other way of understanding and being with couples. We have a new understanding of the value of staying present, in the here-and-now process and in the experience of moments of emotional vulnerability. I am most grateful for the times of witnessing when couples navigate differently the “ups and downs” in their lives.

    Lucy Raizman, LCSW, LMFT
    EFT Certified Therapist
  • EFT colleagues and the international community and well-focused supervision provide all kinds of personal and professional benefits, helping me become the kind of psychoemotional healer I want to be – not the least of which is a sense of security, the knowing feeling that I can reach resources that support this risk-taking work I am doing.

    Nancy Logue, Ph.D.
  • I love doing EFT with couples because I love to see the hope of intimate connection being rekindled. I feel privileged to be part of the hard work couples do in session, and I am often moved by their ability to risk reaching out and letting each other come closer.

    Cheryl Sparks, MA, LPC
  • Practicing EFT gives me the opportunity to be truly emotionally present. I am able to create a safe place in which the couple can find their way toward greater heartfelt connection. EFT provides a map for this bonding to take place, and witnessing this occur is remarkably rewarding.

    Debra Rosenberg, LCSW, BCD
    Certified EFT Therapist
  • Learning and practicing EFT has revolutionized my life, both personally and professionally. With this elegant, deeply humanizing model, I am able to help couples make sense of their often longstanding distress and offer a road map to the secure bonding we all long for.

    Wendy Merson, LMFT
    Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor
  • When I first heard Sue Johnson [creator of EFT] speak 15 years ago, it was as though a bell rung, and I instinctively knew this model got to the truth more than any I’d ever known. As a therapist, not only are these results heartening, but the process of EFT has allowed me to see what’s at the heart of the problem and gives me a clear map to address it.

    Fran Neali, RN, MSN, CS, LMFT
    Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor-in-Training
  • Being emotionally present with couples as they access their longings for closeness and share their vulnerability with their partner is very touching. There is a bit of magic in the room as they create a more secure and loving bond. I always feel honored to be part of their process. I often say that with EFT I am helping the world…one couple at a time.”

    Robin Sesan, Ph.D.
    Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor
  • Working with distressed couples often used to feel like I was lost in the woods, around midnight, with just a small flashlight…Learning EFT was like having someone hand me a high-beam flashlight, a GPS and a back-up crew to call in emergencies.

    Ruth Jampol, Ph.D.
    Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor

Next Externship to be hosted November 11-14, 2021. Please email us to be notified about registration.