Quarterly Seminar: "Looking Under the Hood: Helping Men Talk About Emotions in EFT."

  • 13 Jun 2014
  • 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

"Looking Under the Hood: Helping Men Talk About Emotions in EFT" 

When: Friday, June 13 3:00-5:00 PM 

Where: Birch Family Services
104 West 29th Street (at Sixth Ave.)
2nd Floor Training Room

Men grow up with very different messages about emotions than women, and while feminism has made much progress, on the playground the messages are still often the same. Emotional control is valued over emotional expression, and men often experience therapy as hostile to their particular training. Through slides and video presentation, Mr. Seaman will offer his approach to using EFT in a language that helps men share primary emotion with their partners


Benjamin Seaman, LCSW-R
Benjamin Seaman
is a certified EFT couple therapist with training in AEDP, relational psychoanalysis and NLP. Mr. Seaman has a wide range of clinical experience ranging from crisis intervention, community mental health, college counseling and executive coaching. He is a member of the Mankind Project, an organization dedicated to Emotional Literacy for Men, and is Director of the Rowe Labor Day Gay Men's Retreat. Mr. Seaman regularly presents workshops around the country on relationships and creativity and can be heard on WRPI's Quest for Life radio show.

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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