Quarterly Seminar: Blamer Softening

  • 27 Sep 2013
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Training Room at Birch Family Services at 104 West 29th Street at 6th Avenue, Second 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.

NYCEFT Quarterly Seminar

Blamer Softening with a Lesbian Couple

One of the essential aspects of EFT is working with trauma and creating a space for a client to touch unloveable parts within self while having her partners acceptance.  Learn how to really slow down the process and be with your clients in their struggle and feel the power of the healing that can happen once a couple is de-escalated and safe.  This seminar will show the beginning of blamer softening with a re-engaged withdrawer.  Blamer softening is one of the most difficult change events in EFT and you will watch the process unfold in the session.

When: Friday, September 27, 3-5PM
Where: Birch Family Services
104 West 29th Street (at Sixth Ave.)
2nd Floor Training Room
New York, NY


Debi Scimeca-Diaz, LMFT is a certified EFT Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer.  She has a full-time private practice in NJ where she specializes in couples therapy and provides on-going local and long distance EFT supervision and training. Debi is the director of the New Jersey Community for EFT.  She spent 9 years as a Clinical Director of a community mental health outpatient Clinic where she provided supervision, training and mentoring to new therapists in the field. Debi is dedicated and passionate about providing quality training to other professionals.

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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