Demystifying the EFT Certification Process
Presented by Ruth Jampol, Ph.D., Certified EFT Supervisor & Therapist and Kate Forest, LCSW, Certified EFT Therapist
What is it like to go through the certification process?
What are the requirements?
Why should I bother?
How good do my tapes have to be? And how long will it take to get them?
What’s the best way to improve my EFT skills?
How have the requirements for certification changed since Sue Johnson published the third edition of The Practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy: Creating Connection?
Now that EFT is also for individuals and families, do my tapes need to be of couples?
Does PCEFT provide support to therapists working on the certification process?
Please join Ruth Jampol, Ph.D., Certified EFT Supervisor and Therapist and Kate Forest, LCSW, Certified EFT Therapist, as we answer these and any other questions you may have about EFT certification. Kate, who just became a certified EFT therapist, will also share her tips for moving efficiently through the certification process and a segment of one of her certification tapes.
Please join PCEFT for this two-hour quarterly training/discussion on Friday, June 16th from 12-2 via Zoom.