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Attachment and EFT in African Contexts – event happening next month! Facilitated by Elmien Lesch (EFT trainer in South Africa), Ronald Asiimwe and Peter Muhwati will share their experiences and ideas about how attachment dynamics may show up differently in African couples, and how the EFT model may need to be adjusted to better fit… Read more about Attachment and EFT in African Contexts – Event
ICEEFT has advised EFT Trainers (and others) to initiate programs at centers, communities, and groups globally to engage in discussions about racism and diversity. Organized by several USA and Canadian trainers, all Trainers are invited to meet monthly to share best practices and discuss how to overcome difficult situations – and be more inclusive and… Read more about POLICY – Global Anti-Racism and Diversity Discussions and Initiative Development
May 14, 2021 – Antiracism Supervision – Dr. Yamonte Cooper, EdD, LPCC Clinical supervision serves the two primary goals of increased supervisee competence and the enhancement of psychotherapy outcomes. Failing to combat racism is racism. Antiracism supervision is an active form of supervision that takes an explicit stance against racism in its many forms and… Read more about Antiracism Supervision
EFT therapists recognize the key role that emotion plays in unlocking the impact of trauma on vital relationships, identity development, and personal growth. Traumatic experiences play a significant role in shaping self-understanding and interpersonal trust across the life span. EFT recognizes the restorative resource attachment brings to healing and freeing individuals from pivotal experiences that… Read more about Tuning into Trauma: EFT, Emotion, and Culture – Monthly Online Workshop Series
In conjunction with the Diversity Committee, a new Diversity Resource Centre was implemented on the ICEEFT website.
With thanks to everyone who contributed and continues to do so, it can be found here.
Paul T. Guillory, PhD.
PRE-ORDER Trainer-in-training and ICEEFT Board member Dr. Paul Guillory (Berkeley, CA) has announced a soon-to-be-published book, “Emotionally Focused Therapy with African American Couples: Love Heals“ available for PRE-ORDER on Amazon and Routledge.