Quarterly Seminar: Once More With Feeling: Moving Beyond Impasse In A Couple's Treatment

  • 01 Mar 2013
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Training Room at Birch Family Services at 104 West 29th Street at 6th Avenue, Third Floor.


  • NYCEFT members receive a 20% discount!
    Fee includes $2.00 service charge.
    $30 at the door.
  • Fee includes $2.00 service charge. $40 at the door
  • Students receive a 50% discount. $20 at the door.
    Fee includes $2.00 service charge.
  • Students who are NYCEFT members get an additional 20% discount!
    Fee includes $2.00 service charge.

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NYCEFT Quarterly Seminar

Please note new date!

March 1, 2013 2-4pm

Once More With Feeling:

Moving Beyond Impasse
In a Couple's Treatment

What do you do when the couple seems to know their cycle and their feelings yet nothing seems to change? It is easy to get frustrated and wonder how to stay with them and the work and move the clients to a deeper level.  In this edited videotape Elana Katz will show excerpts from a consultation in which she slowed down the conversation, stayed with the attachment language, and helped a couple express both fears and longings that had long been unexpressed between them.


Elana Katz, LCSW, LMFT is a Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor who is one of the founding members of NYCEFT and now Secretary of the Board of Directors.  Elana is a senior faculty member at

the Ackerman Institute for the Family where she supervises advanced family therapy trainees and directs the family mediation program. Her private practice is in Manhattan. A member of the American Family Therapy Academy and a board member of the New York Association for Collaborative Professionals, she has presented her work both nationally and internationally, and has been quoted by the New York Times, the Associated Press, National Public Radio and other media outlets.

Seminar has no registration limit - please come and register at the door if unable to pre-register.  $40/at the door.

For more information contact Quarterly Seminar coordinators: Zoya Simakhodskaya, Ph.D. at or Katherine Stavrianopoulos, Ph.D. at

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