NEW YORK CENTER FOR EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED THERAPY

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    • 13 Dec 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Dec 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Conference Room, 352 7th Avenue, Suite 1604
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    Core Skills Advanced Training In EFT

    Get the experience and supervision from  different trainers and several supervisors!

    Core Skills training consists of four, two-day trainings (12 hours each) that will focus on the core skills of each of the EFT steps/stages. The trainings will offer instruction, live case consultations, group supervision and experiential exercises as set forth by the International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT). Participants are required to have completed an EFT externship. Core Skills training can be applied towards certification. Final decision regarding readiness for certification is determined by the ICEEFT (www.iceeft.com). EFT Externships and Advanced Core Skills trainings are designed for mental health professionals and trainees. Participants are required to note their professional affiliation on registration.

    Facilitators:
    Zoya Simakhodskaya, Ph.D. and
    George Faller, LMFT

        ZOYA SIMAKHODSKAYA, PH.D

    is a licensed psychologist and certified EFT therapist, supervisor and trainer. She has a full-time practice in Chelsea, NY with adults and couples, specializing in cross-cultural and bilingual population. Zoya is one of the founding members, Vice President of the Board of Directors and Executive Director for NYCEFT. In addition to her psychotherapy practice, Zoya has many years of experience providing crisis intervention in a psychiatric emergency service. She continues to teach as a voluntary faculty at NYU School of Medicine, CUNY and Rutgers University. Zoya presents and teaches nationally on EFT and now is bringing EFT training to therapists in Russia and Italy. She loves helping therapists master EFT model and get through their learning blocks.  She has particular interest in intersection of EFT and sexuality.

     George Faller, LMFT 

    is a retired Lieutenant of the NYC Fire Department, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in New York and Connecticut and an Approved Supervisor for AAMFT. He is the founder and president of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy. As an EFT Trainer, George teaches several classes at Ackerman Institute for the Family and is the director of training at the Center for Hope and Renewal in Greenwich, CT. The experience George brings to the EFT community is vast, as he works as a marriage consultant and conference leader to the US Military, FDNY, Wall Street executives, and trains therapists across the U.S. and abroad. Specializing in trauma, EFFT, and self-of-the-therapist issues, George is committed to bringing EFT to underprivileged populations and pushing the leading edge of EFT.

    Coordinated and assisted by:

    Michael Moran, LCSW, CST

    Assisted by: 

    Judith Kellner, LCSW

    Eileen Donohue, PhD 

    Dates/Times:

    All trainings will be held on:
    Friday and Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm 


    Session 1: December 13-14, 2019
    Steps 1-3 Assessment with Zoya Simakhodskaya 

    Session 2: January 24-25, 2020

    Steps 3-4 De-escalation with Zoya Simakhodskaya

    Session 3: March 27-28, 2020
    Steps 5-7 Withdrawer Re-engagement with George Faller

    Session 4: April 24-25, 2020
    Steps 5-7 Pursuer Softening - with Zoya Simakhodskaya 

    Where:

    352 7th Avenue, Suite 1604

    New York, NY 10001


    "I have just completed Core Skills with Debi Scimeca-Diaz and George Faller, who, along with their helpers Zoya Simakhodskaya, Benjamin Seaman, Judith Kellner, and Wendy Tomkiel, provided an extremely safe and encouraging environment for all of the participants to  risk using our EFT skills in role plays so that we could benefit from critiques by master trainers.  The expertise, warmth, and support of the team has helped bring my therapeutic approach to a far more effective level."   Carolee Kallmann, MA, LPC, LCADC



    Video/Case Presentation Requirements:

    In order to receive Certificate of Completion, each participant will present a case during one of the 4 weekends. Each case presentation needs to include a 10-minute video or audio recording along with a case presentation form.


    The fee for each two-day weekend is $440. Participants must commit to all four weekends. Total fee is $1760.  Save $100 by paying for all 4 sessions in advance.  Group size limited.  Payment for each workshop is due 2 weeks before the workshop/weekend. 


    Cancellations:

    Cancellations are subject to a $100 administrative fee and must be made in writing at least one month prior to the first session to qualify for a refund of the balance paid. Register online and pay by PayPal or mail payment to:

    NYCEFT
    352 7th Avenue, Suite 1005
    New York, NY 10001

    Contact Information:

    Michael Moran, LCSW, CST 646-298-5227 or Fulfilledcouples@gmail.com

    "The Core skills training has deepened my understanding of all of the steps in EFT and helped me feel a more solid foundation. The steps are explained clearly and the role plays are very effective in getting us to experience what our clients feel, and practice being there for them. I also liked the way the two day sessions were spaced out by several weeks. That gave us time to integrate the information and try on using it."  Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW


    Continuing Education Credits

    This event is co-sponsored by R. Cassidy Seminars.  To receive credits you must attend all 4 sessions.  No partial credit given.

    Satisfactory Completion
    Participants must have paid tuition fee, signed in, attended the entire seminar, completed an evaluation, and signed out in order to receive a certificate. Failure to sign in or out will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire course. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available.

    Psychologists
    R. Cassidy Seminars is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer continuing education for psychologists.  R. Cassidy Seminars maintains responsibility for this program. (48) CE hours

    Social Workers
    R. Cassidy Seminars, ACE provider #1082, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Program. R. Cassidy Seminars maintains responsibility for the program. Approval Period: April 15, 2015-April 15, 2018. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. Social workers participating in this course will receive (48) continuing education clock hours.

    CA: The Board of Behavioral Sciences has deferred CE course approvals to APA and ASWB for its licensees. See those approvals under Psychologists and Social Workers

    NY: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social
    Work as an approved provider (#0006) of continuing education for licensed social workers. This program is
    approved for (48) contact hours live

    OH: Provider approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for (48)
    clock hours, #RCST110701

    Counselors/Marriage and Family Therapists
    CA: The Board of Behavioral Sciences has deferred CE course approvals to APA and ASWB for its licensees.
    See those approvals under Psychologists and Social Workers.

    Other States: If your state is not specifically listed, nearly all state Counselor and MFT boards accept either APA or ASWB approval, or are reciprocal with other state licensing board approvals, such as those listed below. Check with your board to be sure. The Ohio Board includes Counselors and MFTs.

    IL: Illinois Dept of Professional Regulation, Approved Continuing Education Sponsor, #168-000141.  (48) hours.

    OH: Provider approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for (48)
    clock hours, #RCST110701

    TX: Approved CE Sponsor through the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage & Family Therapists. Provider #151 (48) CE hours.

    Disability Access - If you require ADA accommodations please contact our office 10 days or more before the
    event. We cannot ensure accommodations without adequate prior notification.

    Please Note: Licensing Boards change regulations often and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, if you have questions or concerns about this course meeting your specific board’s approval, we
    recommend you contact your board directly to obtain a ruling.
    • 16 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • CPID, 352 7th Av, (bet 29th & 30th Sts.) 1604
    • 18
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    NYC EFT Video SERIES Event

    Join us for our monthly EFT Video SERIES!

    Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy for Clients Dealing with Infidelity. Dr. Sue Johnson. American Psychological Association Series IV - Relationships Hosted by Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD

    Date: Monday, December 16th

    Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm 
    Where: 352 Seventh Ave at 29th Street, Suite 1604

    $15 online/$20 at the door

    Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 25 participants.  If space available, you may register at the door.  Limited to 25 participants - pre-register!

    Discussant and Facilitator: Elana Katz, LCSW.

     Elana Katz is a senior faculty member at the Ackerman Institute for the Family where she teaches advanced family therapy and directs the Family and Divorce Mediation Program. She has presented nationally and internationally on family therapy, mediation, and collaborative divorce, including annual meetings of the American Family Therapy Academy, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the Psychotherapy Networker. One of the first therapists in New York to become certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy, an approach that helps clients understand and change their patterns in key relationship, Ms. Katz is now one of the forty Trainers in EFT worldwide. She has published a number of articles and has been quoted by the New York Times, the Associated Press, and other media outlets, including National Public Radio.Ms. Katz currently serves on the Executive Board of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy as well as the Board of Directors of the New York Association for Collaborative Professionals. Her private practice is in Manhattan.


    Sarah Trance, Rachel Goldstein, and Yuko Ishikawa are coordinating EFT Video Sundays NYC and can be reached with questions, comments, or concerns at: Sarah Trance  - sarahtrancelmft@gmail.com;  Rachel Goldstein - regoldste@gmail.com; Yuko Ishikawa - YukoTherapy@gmail.com

    Cancellation Policy: online registrations are not refundable.


    • 09 Jan 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • 26 Court Street, suite 1004
    • 15
    Register

    EFT Video LUnch and learn in brooklyn

    Join us for our EFT Video lunch and learn in Brooklyn, NY!

    Bring your lunch and we’ll watch one hour of some of the best EFT work with couples followed by a half hour of discussion. These events happen on the first Thursday of the month. Open to mental health practitioners, no prior EFT training required.

    Date:  Thursday, January 9th, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 
    Where: 
    26 Court Street, suite 1004, Brooklyn Heights, any subway to Court Street Borough Hall

    $10 online/$15 at the door

    Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 16 participants.  If space available, you may register at the door.  Limited to 16 participants - pre-register!

    Same Sex lesbian couple

    Here we see Dr. Sue Johnson work with Jamie and Kelly, a lesbian couple who have been together for 6 years.  Jamie, the burnt out pursuer, has been thinking of leaving. Building on the 6 sessions they have had with an EFT therapist, Sue re-engages the couple, creates Stage 2 enactments and restructures the bond.

    Discussant and Facilitator:

    Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW

    Carolyn McIntyre, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, and Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, has been providing counseling and seminars for about 30 years. Carolyn is passionate about couple therapy using EFT since taking the Extern with Dr Susan Johnson in 2011.  She sees couples in both her midtown and Brooklyn Heights offices. www.carolynmcintyre.com twitter @McIntyreLCSW.

    Cancellation Policy: Online registrations are not refundable.

    For questions contact Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW-R at 917-757-6542

    • 06 Feb 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • 26 Court Street, suite 1004
    • 16
    Register

    EFT Video LUnch and learn in brooklyn

    Join us for our EFT Video lunch and learn in Brooklyn, NY!

    Bring your lunch and we’ll watch one hour of some of the best EFT work with couples followed by a half hour of discussion. These events happen on the first Thursday of the month. Open to mental health practitioners, no prior EFT training required.

    Date:  Thursday, February 6th, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 
    Where: 
    26 Court Street, suite 1004, Brooklyn Heights, any subway to Court Street Borough Hall

    $10 online/$15 at the door

    Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 16 participants.  If space available, you may register at the door.  Limited to 16 participants - pre-register!

    Risking, reaching, and responding - transforming relationships stage 2 - withdrawer reengagement with gail palmer

    Discussant and Facilitator:

    Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW

    Carolyn McIntyre, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, and Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, has been providing counseling and seminars for about 30 years. Carolyn is passionate about couple therapy using EFT since taking the Extern with Dr Susan Johnson in 2011.  She sees couples in both her midtown and Brooklyn Heights offices. www.carolynmcintyre.com twitter @McIntyreLCSW.

    Cancellation Policy: Online registrations are not refundable.

    For questions contact Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW-R at 917-757-6542

    • 28 Feb 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 29 Feb 2020
    • 5:00 PM
    • Asylum Theater 307 W 26th Street (at 8th Ave) New York, NY 10001 Live in-person workshop – 13 CEs
    • 90
    Register

    Intimate partner violence: Fighting for a safer connection

    Intermediate Level

    Lieven Migerode and Jeff Slootmaeckers


    Research shows that intimate partner violence is rather frequent; even more so in couples seeking couple therapy. However, the subject of violence often remains hidden from the therapist. Or due to contraindication, couples seeking therapy are often refused.

    The vision of this workshop is that, in many couples, the underlying strong, heavy negative interaction patterns are paramount in the violence. These patterns form a challenge for many therapists in working with these couples, and often the violence between the partners is central to the therapeutic process. In this case, it is remarkable that these couples mostly want us, the therapist, to work toward a safer relationship where they can stay together and the violence stops. How can this be approached when violence is often seen as a contraindication for couple therapy and EFT? Based on new scientific knowledge about intimate partner violence and their experience, Lieven and Jef have worked together to come to a deeper understanding of this difficult relational drama. 

    In this workshop we outline a theoretical roadmap how we can understand intimate partner violence from an attachment focused point of view, and how we can use EFT in helping these couples to fight for a healthier, safer connection. We outline specific interventions to use and discuss several important topics such as assessment, de-escalation, the attachment meanings of violence, and common self-of-therapist challenges.  

    This two-day workshop will include lecture, q&a, video material, personal exercises and will make space for participant dialogue. The workshop offers a mini roadmap that can be inserted in the larger EFT map for therapy. Ideally participants should have a basic training in EFT or read basic works so that we can build on this. Participants will receive articles before the workshop to familiarize themselves with the basic concepts of the workshop. 

    WHEN: FEBRUARY 28-29, 2020 9AM-5PM

    WHERE: ASYLYM THEATER 307 W 26th street NEw York, NY 10001

    PRESENTERS

    Lieven Migerode, certified EFT supervisor and trainer introduced Sue Johnson in Belgium on the occasion of the Good Enough Couple Congress in 2006. He published earlier on the subject of partner violence and love. Lieven is a member of  ICEEFT. He published articles and a book on the subject of love. Migerode,L (2015). Hoe blijf je gelukkig in je relatie. Tielt: Lannoo. (I love you: how to stay happy in your relationship).

    Jef Slootmaeckers, certified EFT therapist, and EFT Supervisor in training works 10 years with partner violence. He specialized in EFT and couple violence. Over the last few years, Jef trained several teams in working with these highly reactive and violent couples. Together with Lieven Migerode he published several articles about partner violence and couple therapy. He is member of ICEEFT.

    AGENDA:

    Day One:

    9:00-10:45 creating safety

    We start with a video clip from a couple who escalates in the session.

    We ask the participants what they feel as a therapist when confronted with such a scene. We ask what they need and hope from this workshop to be able to work with violent couples. In doing so we demonstrate how we create safety around this topic.

    Since violent couples who seek out couple therapy hope that therapy might help them

    overcome the violent patterns they are suffering from, we learn therapist to use the hope from both partners to create safety in the session.

    We demonstrate the accepting stance of the therapist by welcoming and validating the

    couple with their hope. We exercise with the participant to use accepting language to welcome the couple in their conjoint desire to halt the violence.

    We train some interventions to stop escalations in the therapy room.

    10:45-11:00 Break

    11:00-12:30 Differentiation between forms of violence. Because the EFT – approach is not suitable for all forms of violence we work around the difference between Intimate Terrorism (IT) and Situational Couples violence (SCV). It is not suitable for Eft. At the other hand, SCV can be understood from an attachment point of view. We train therapists how to differentiate these two forms when the encounter violent couples. We explain and show how SCV is connected to negative interaction cycles that can be understood within the attachment frame.

    12:30-1:30 Lunch

    1:30-3:15 Violence in de EFT- cycle. We explain and demonstrate by role-play and video clips how violence can take place within the negative interaction cycle known in EFT. We discuss four different violent patterns that are related to negative interaction cycles known in EFT. We discuss different attachment significance of violence. We present a roadmap to understand violence in negativeinteraction patterns.

    See: Slootmaeckers, J. & Migerode L. (2018). Fighting for connection. Patterns of intimate partner violence.

    Journal of couple and relationship therapy. We train specific skills and interventions to help therapist to reflect these violent patterns with the couples. We exercise (role-play) in tracking the negative cycle that leads to violent outburst.

    3:15-3:30 Break

    3:30-5:00 Integration and exercise. We look at different video clips of sessions with violent couples of distances seeking and proximity seeking violence. Based on the video’s we do some role-play to learn how to reflect the interactional process of violence and meanwhile learning to work with the underling emotions.

    Day Two

    9:00-10:45: The Person of the therapist. We use experiential exercises to get participants in touch with their own emotions about working with violence and help them to recognize their own emotion as anger, rage and aggression. In small groups the participants will do exercise in reflecting and validating these emotions. It’s our goal that participants experience the liberating power of being welcomed in these emotions.

    10:45-11:00 Break

    11:00-12:30 Helping people taking responsibly for the violent behavior. Taking responsibility for the violent behavior in de negative cycles is of the essence. Rather than a precondition for therapy we discus that this is a therapeutic goal on itself. We present how we can help people take responsibility for their own behavior in de negative violent pattern. We use the EFT-tango as a roadmap for this process. We exercise to reflect the current process and to assemble the emotions underneath the violence. We exercise (role-play in small groups) to set up position enactments that leads to taking responsibility within the relation.

    12:30-1:30 Lunch


    1:30-3:15 4 tasks in stage 1 of EFT to de-escalate the violent pattern. We discuss the therapeutic process that lead to de-escalation of the violent patterns. We explain and describe the four different therapeutic tasks that help the EFT-therapist to guide the violent couple towards safety in the relationship.

    These four tasks are:

    • Building a safe therapeutic alliance

    • Exploring the negative interaction cycle.

    • Getting access to the primary emotions underlying the violent patterns

    • Externalizing the violent patterns and attending to the attachment needs.

    (See: Slootmaeckers, J. & Migerode, L. (2019), EFT and Intimate Partner Violence: A Roadmap to De‐escalating Violent Patterns. Fam. Proc.. doi:10.1111/famp.12468

    Specific interventions to navigate through these tasks will be discussed and shown


    3:15-3:30 Break


    3:30-5:00 Consolidation video and Q&A. We watch in large group a video that consolidates the whole process where we highlight and show how all the material discussed in this workshop looks like in practice. We end with Q&A and some specific topics (for example: children, trauma, etc.)

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    • Participants choose to relate themselves towards violent couples and their underlying hope.

    • Participants can use accepting language.

    • Participants can determine whether EFT is suitable or contra-indicated depending on the form of violence.

    • Participants can classify and categorize different forms of violence.

    • Participants can identify contraindications for EFT and violence.

    • Participants can apply the roadmap we presented to understand different violent patterns.

    • Participants can transfer secondary emotions into primary emotions.

    • Participants can organize negative violent interaction cycle so then can slow the process down.

    • Participants can explain how violence takes place in negative interaction cycles between couples.

    • Participants can restructure negative interaction cycle so the attachment significance of violence becomes clear to clients.  

    • Participants can subdivide and analyze different violent patterns.
    • Participants can apply validation and acceptations as interventions that our necessary to help client take responsibility for the violent behavior when they feel the importance of the acceptation of the underlying emotions of violence through experiential exercises
    • Participants can describe and identify their own emotional experience around violence in their own live and how these influence their work with violent couples. 
    • Participants can use the EFT-tango in their work with violent couples. 
    • Participants can restructure violent patterns in a coherent emotional narrative.
    • Participant can apply positions enactments to help people take responsibility in the violent pattern. 
    • Participants can describe the different steps of the EFT-Tango. 
    • Participants can organize their work with violent couples in different steps and tasks in the process to help them de-escalate.  
    • Participants have an overview of the process and can use EFT interventions throughout the therapeutic process.
    • Participants can describe the different tasks in stage 1 of EFT with violent couples.

    This course is for Psychologists, Psychoanalysts, Social Workers, MFTs, Creative Arts Therapists, Counselors and Therapists

    Certificates will be available following course completion at www.ceuregistration.com

    Cosponsored by R. Cassidy Seminars, P.O. Box 14473, Santa Rosa, CA 95402

    Satisfactory Completion
    Participants must have paid tuition fee, signed in and out each day, attended the entire seminar, and completed an evaluation in order to receive a certificate. Failure to sign in or out each day will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire course. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available. Certificates available following course completion at www.ceuregistration.com

    Psychologists
    R. Cassidy Seminars is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  R. Cassidy Seminars maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 13 CE hours

    Psychoanalysts
    NY: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts. #P-0005. (13) clock hours. Live in-person 

    Social Workers
    Social Workers: An application has been made for consideration of approval for 13 Clinical practice CE credits. (NJ SW: ASWB ACE individual course approval meets the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners requirements for individual course approval pursuant to NJ Code 13:44G-6.4.16.)
    CA: The Board of Behavioral Sciences has deferred CE course approvals to APA and other states’ licensing board approvals for its licensees. See those approvals under Psychologists and Social Workers
    Other States: If your state is not specifically listed, nearly all state Social Work boards accept either APA or are reciprocal with other state licensing board approvals, such as those listed below. Check with your board to be sure. The Ohio Board includes social Workers.
    NY: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider (#0006) of continuing education for licensed social workers. This program is approved for 13 contact hours live in-person
    OH: Provider approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for (13) clock hours, #RCST110701

    Counselors/Marriage and Family Therapists
    CA: The Board of Behavioral Sciences has deferred CE course approvals to APA and other states’ licensing board approvals for its licensees. See those approvals under Psychologists and Social Workers.
    Other States: If your state is not specifically listed, nearly all state Counselor and MFT boards accept either APA or are reciprocal with other state licensing board approvals, such as those listed below. Check with your board to be sure. The Ohio Board includes MFTS and Counselors.
    IL: Illinois Dept of Professional Regulation, Approved Continuing Education Sponsor, #168-000141.  (13) hours.|
    NY-LMHCs: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board of Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors. #MHC-0015. (13) contact hours. Live in-person.
    NY-LMFTs: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board of Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists. #MFT-0011. (13) contact hours. Live in-person
    OH: Provider approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for (13) clock hours, #RCST110701
    TX: Approved CE Sponsor through the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage & Family Therapists. Provider #151 13 CE hours.
    Creative Arts Therapists
    NY: R. Cassidy Seminars is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board of Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists, #CAT-0005. (13) contact hours. Live in-person

    Chemical Dependency Counselors
    CA: Provider approved by CCAPP, Provider #4N-00-434-0220 for (13) CEHs. CCAPP is an ICRC member which has reciprocity with most ICRC member states
    TX: Provider approved by the TCBAP Standards Committee, Provider No. 1749-06, (13) hours general. Expires 3/31/2020.  Complaints about provider or workshop content may be directed to the TCBAP Standards Committee, 1005 Congress Avenue, Ste. 460, Austin, Texas 78701, Fax Number (512) 476-7297.

    Educators
    TX: R. Cassidy Seminars is an approved provider with the Texas Education Agency CPE# 501456. This course is (13) CE Hours.

    Nurses
    CA: Provider approved by the CA Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CeP12224, for (13) contact hours

    Disability Access - If you require ADA accommodations please contact our office 30 days or more before the event. We cannot ensure accommodations without adequate prior notification.

    Please Note: Licensing Boards change regulations often and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, if you have questions or concerns about this course meeting your specific board’s approval, we recommend you contact your board directly to obtain a ruling.

    Customer Service and Complaints

    If you have any questions or complaints, please contact info@nyceft.org

    Cancellation Policy

    If notified in writing of canceling by February 14 fee is refunded minus $50 administrative fee.  Registrations canceled after February 14 are not refundable.

    There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.

    • 05 Mar 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • 26 Court Street, suite 1004
    • 16
    Register

    EFT Video LUnch and learn in brooklyn

    Join us for our EFT Video lunch and learn in Brooklyn, NY!

    Bring your lunch and we’ll watch one hour of some of the best EFT work with couples followed by a half hour of discussion. These events happen on the first Thursday of the month. Open to mental health practitioners, no prior EFT training required.

    Date:  Thursday, March 5th, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 
    Where: 
    26 Court Street, suite 1004, Brooklyn Heights, any subway to Court Street Borough Hall

    $10 online/$15 at the door

    Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 16 participants.  If space available, you may register at the door.  Limited to 16 participants - pre-register!

    Demystifying the softening event - live & uncut with Brent Bradley, Ph.d.

    We will be viewing a portion of: Demystifying the Softening Event - Live & Uncut with Brent Bradley, Ph.D.  In this video, you see a couple go through two softening events with helpful subtitles explaining what is happening in real time throughout. Brent Bradley, PhD., is a Certified EFT Supervisor and an Associate Professor and has published extensive research on the EFT Softening Event. 

    Discussant and Facilitator:

    Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW

    Carolyn McIntyre, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, and Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, has been providing counseling and seminars for about 30 years. Carolyn is passionate about couple therapy using EFT since taking the Extern with Dr Susan Johnson in 2011.  She sees couples in both her midtown and Brooklyn Heights offices. www.carolynmcintyre.com twitter @McIntyreLCSW.

    Cancellation Policy: Online registrations are not refundable.

    For questions contact Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW-R at 917-757-6542

    • 02 Apr 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • 26 Court Street, suite 1004
    • 16
    Register

    EFT Video LUnch and learn in brooklyn

    Join us for our EFT Video lunch and learn in Brooklyn, NY!

    Bring your lunch and we’ll watch one hour of some of the best EFT work with couples followed by a half hour of discussion. These events happen on the first Thursday of the month. Open to mental health practitioners, no prior EFT training required.

    Date:  Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 
    Where: 
    26 Court Street, suite 1004, Brooklyn Heights, any subway to Court Street Borough Hall

    $10 online/$15 at the door

    Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. We will close registration at 16 participants.  If space available, you may register at the door.  Limited to 16 participants - pre-register!

    Part 2 "Shaping secure connections: pursuer softening" with marlene best

    We will be viewing Part 2 "Shaping Secure Connections: Pursuer Softening" training video with Marlene Best. In this video, Marlene does beautiful and sensitive work with a trauma couple and gently brings them to stage 2 enactments to restructure the bond.

    Discussant and Facilitator:

    Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW

    Carolyn McIntyre, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, and Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, has been providing counseling and seminars for about 30 years. Carolyn is passionate about couple therapy using EFT since taking the Extern with Dr Susan Johnson in 2011.  She sees couples in both her midtown and Brooklyn Heights offices. www.carolynmcintyre.com twitter @McIntyreLCSW.

    Cancellation Policy: Online registrations are not refundable.

    For questions contact Carolyn McIntyre, LCSW-R at 917-757-6542

Past events

06 Dec 2019 Going Into the Fire – Working with Highly Escalated Couples
05 Dec 2019 EFT Video Lunch and Learn in Brooklyn
17 Nov 2019 NYC EFT Video Series Event
07 Nov 2019 EFT Video Lunch and Learn in Brooklyn
24 Oct 2019 NYC EFT Video Series Event
21 Oct 2019 EFT Externship, CT
18 Oct 2019 Quarterly Seminar
04 Oct 2019 “Storytelling” SOCIAL Event NYCEFT
03 Oct 2019 EFT Video Lunch and Learn in Brooklyn
23 Sep 2019 NYC EFT Video Series Event
05 Sep 2019 EFT Video Lunch and Learn in Brooklyn
22 Jul 2019 The Inner Workings of EFT - Special NYCEFT Seminar
24 Jun 2019 EFT 2019 Externship, NYC
17 May 2019 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
03 May 2019 Elaborating on the Attachment Injury Resolution Model: The Key Roles of Shame and Grief
19 Apr 2019 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
07 Apr 2019 EFT Video Sunday NYC
10 Mar 2019 EFT Video Sunday NYC
08 Mar 2019 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
15 Feb 2019 Quarterly Seminar
10 Feb 2019 EFT Video Sunday NYC
08 Feb 2019 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
27 Jan 2019 Integrating Physical Intimacy & Couples Therapy
25 Jan 2019 Hold Me Tight Brooklyn
25 Jan 2019 Fridays Only Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
13 Jan 2019 EFT Video Sunday NYC
11 Jan 2019 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
06 Jan 2019 NYCEFT Holiday Party! Winter 2018-2019
14 Dec 2018 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
09 Dec 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
07 Dec 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
30 Nov 2018 Quarterly Seminar
18 Nov 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
10 Nov 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
09 Nov 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
02 Nov 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
26 Oct 2018 Sex as a Safe Adventure
21 Oct 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
19 Oct 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
15 Oct 2018 EFT Externship, CT
12 Oct 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
05 Oct 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
28 Sep 2018 EFT Video Friday CT
21 Sep 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
07 Sep 2018 Hold Me Tight Brooklyn
19 Jul 2018 The Inner Workings of EFT - Special NYCEFT Seminar
18 Jun 2018 EFT Externship, NYC
18 May 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
04 May 2018 Quarterly Seminar
28 Apr 2018 One Day Only: Healing Broken Bonds and Betrayals: EFT Treatment of Infidelity
27 Apr 2018 2 Days: Healing Broken Bonds (2 Days)
22 Apr 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
13 Apr 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
29 Mar 2018 Emotionally Focused Family Therapy
16 Mar 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
11 Mar 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
02 Mar 2018 Hold Me Tight Brooklyn
16 Feb 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
11 Feb 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
05 Feb 2018 EFT Access Externship
28 Jan 2018 EFT Video Sunday NYC
21 Jan 2018 NYCEFT Holiday Party! Winter 2017-2018
12 Jan 2018 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
15 Dec 2017 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
08 Dec 2017 EFT and Trauma
03 Dec 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
12 Nov 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
10 Nov 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
29 Oct 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
27 Oct 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
20 Oct 2017 Congress Attachment and Trauma
12 Oct 2017 4th International EFT Summit in San Diego
29 Sep 2017 Quarterly Seminar
24 Sep 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
22 Sep 2017 EFT Video Friday Westchester
22 Sep 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
15 Sep 2017 Hold Me Tight Brooklyn
14 Sep 2017 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
30 Aug 2017 PLACEHOLDER
08 Aug 2017 Long Island EFT Community Networking Event
20 Jul 2017 The Inner Workings of EFT - Special NYCEFT Seminar
04 Jun 2017 EFT Video Sunday Hudson Valley
12 May 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
28 Apr 2017 Engaging Inexpressive Partners in EFT - Philadelphia Event
23 Apr 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
14 Apr 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
07 Apr 2017 Quarterly Seminar CT/Westchester: Early Stage Blending
31 Mar 2017 Quarterly Seminar
27 Mar 2017 NYCEFT EFT ACCESS PROGRAM EXTERNSHIP
26 Mar 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
17 Mar 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
17 Mar 2017 Harnessing the Power of Emotion to Strengthen Family Bonds
03 Mar 2017 The Power of Affect in EFT
12 Feb 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
10 Feb 2017 EFT Video Friday CT
03 Feb 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
08 Jan 2017 EFT Video Sunday NYC
06 Jan 2017 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
11 Dec 2016 NYCEFT Holiday Party!
11 Dec 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
18 Nov 2016 Quarterly Seminar: The Power of Affect in EFT
13 Nov 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
04 Nov 2016 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
28 Oct 2016 Harnessing the Power of Emotion to Strengthen Family Bonds
23 Oct 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
17 Oct 2016 2016 Four Day BASIC EXTERNSHIP in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
16 Oct 2016 EFT Video Sunday CT
07 Oct 2016 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
30 Sep 2016 Quarterly Seminar: Identifying and Working with the Negative Sexual Cycle in EFT
18 Sep 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
16 Sep 2016 EFT Video Friday Brooklyn
21 Jun 2016 2016 Four Day BASIC EXTERNSHIP in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
06 May 2016 Quarterly Seminar: "Early Stage Blending: Using enactments for treatment and skill building for couples as they create their newly blended families"
24 Apr 2016 EFT Quarterly Seminar CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley:Let's Talk About Sex
17 Apr 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
08 Apr 2016 “Gaining Traction, Get to Softenings"
03 Apr 2016 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley
01 Apr 2016 Session 4 of Core Skills Training in EFT
20 Mar 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
18 Mar 2016 Quarterly Seminar: "Right From The Very Beginning: Using enactments for assessment and treatment in Stage 1 of EFT"
28 Feb 2016 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley
26 Feb 2016 Session 3 of Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
21 Feb 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
31 Jan 2016 EFT Video Sunday NYC
22 Jan 2016 Quarterly Seminar: "Certified: The steps, the presentation and what it looks like on video"
10 Jan 2016 NYCEFT Holiday Party!
08 Jan 2016 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
06 Dec 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
22 Nov 2015 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley
20 Nov 2015 HMT for Therapists w/Scimeca-Diaz - Zwerdling
15 Nov 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
14 Nov 2015 HMT NJ w/ Brown & Skean
14 Nov 2015 HMT NJ w/ Brown & Skean
13 Nov 2015 Working with reluctant and inexpressive partners in EFT Couple Therapy
25 Oct 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
25 Oct 2015 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley
19 Oct 2015 EFT Externship, Connecticut
09 Oct 2015 Quarterly Seminar: "Transforming the Bond - Facilitating Understanding of the Pursuer and the Withdrawer in a Couple with a Trauma History."
03 Oct 2015 HMT: Scimeca-Diaz / Zwerdling
27 Sep 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
27 Sep 2015 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester/Hudson Valley
26 Sep 2015 HMT NJ w/ Brown & Skean
19 Sep 2015 Hold Me Tight LGBTQ NJ Brown / Skean
19 Jul 2015 EFT Video Sunday NJ
12 Jul 2015 EFT Video Sunday NJ
13 Jun 2015 Sex and Attachment Conference
08 Jun 2015 2015 Four Day BASIC EXTERNSHIP in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
29 May 2015 Social Media for Therapists Bootcamp
08 May 2015 Quarterly Seminar: “What do you notice in your body? “ Using somatic interventions in EFT
26 Apr 2015 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
19 Apr 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
29 Mar 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
08 Mar 2015 EFT Quarterly Seminar - HUDSON VALLEY: “Catching Bullets”- Working With High Emotional Reactivity
27 Feb 2015 Quarterly Seminar: "Demystifying Experiential Process and Enactment"
22 Feb 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
20 Feb 2015 2015 Supervisor’s Retreat
01 Feb 2015 EFT Video Event CT/Westchester
30 Jan 2015 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
11 Jan 2015 EFT Video Sunday NYC
10 Jan 2015 NYCEFT Holiday Party!
14 Dec 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
05 Dec 2014 Quarterly Seminar: "Working with an Escalated Trauma Couple"
04 Dec 2014 EFT Video Event CT/Westchester
01 Dec 2014 Hold Me Tight CT
21 Nov 2014 Hold Me Tight NYC
16 Nov 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
14 Nov 2014 Healing Attachment Injuries in EFT
26 Oct 2014 Raffle Tickets for 2014 NYCEFT Fundraiser and Social
26 Oct 2014 BIG FUN SEXY TALK! A NYCEFT Fundraiser
19 Oct 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
19 Oct 2014 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
28 Sep 2014 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
14 Sep 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
12 Sep 2014 Quarterly Seminar: "Conducting the First EFT Session"
25 Jun 2014 Members Only Networking Event with Sue Johnson
13 Jun 2014 Quarterly Seminar: "Looking Under the Hood: Helping Men Talk About Emotions in EFT."
01 Jun 2014 EFT Video Sunday NJ
18 May 2014 EFT Video Sunday - LGBT Couples
09 May 2014 EFT with Individuals: creating security within and between
04 May 2014 EFT Video Sunday NJ
27 Apr 2014 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
08 Apr 2014 Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Beginning Level Training with Dan Hughes, Ph.D.
06 Apr 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
30 Mar 2014 EFT Video Sunday NJ
28 Mar 2014 Quarterly Seminar: "Trauma and its transmission: second generation Holocaust survivor men in EFT couple therapy."
23 Mar 2014 EFT Video Sunday Mid-Hudson Valley
09 Mar 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
21 Feb 2014 Addressing Addiction while Fostering Secure Bonds With Emotionally Focused Therapy
09 Feb 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
09 Feb 2014 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
12 Jan 2014 NYCEFT HOLIDAY PARTY
12 Jan 2014 EFT Video Sunday NYC
22 Nov 2013 Quarterly Seminar: "I want to be here for you NOW: healing power of EFT for adult daughter and her mother."
17 Nov 2013 EFT Video Sunday NJ
17 Nov 2013 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
15 Nov 2013 Session 5 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
03 Nov 2013 EFT Video Sunday NYC
27 Oct 2013 EFT Video Sunday NJ
20 Oct 2013 EFT Video Sunday CT/Westchester
06 Oct 2013 EFT Video Sunday NYC
04 Oct 2013 EFT Dig-In
27 Sep 2013 Quarterly Seminar: Blamer Softening
22 Sep 2013 EFT Video Sunday CT
08 Sep 2013 EFT Video Sunday NYC
26 Jun 2013 2013 Annual NYCEFT Fundraising Event
19 May 2013 EFT Video Sunday - LGBT Couple and Fundraiser
05 May 2013 EFT Video Sunday (Westchester)
04 May 2013 Working With Escalated Couples
21 Apr 2013 EFT Video Sunday
07 Apr 2013 EFT Video Sunday (CT)
05 Apr 2013 Quarterly Seminar: Self of the Therapist
17 Mar 2013 EFT Video Sunday
01 Mar 2013 Quarterly Seminar: Once More With Feeling: Moving Beyond Impasse In A Couple's Treatment
10 Feb 2013 EFT Video Sunday
25 Jan 2013 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
13 Jan 2013 NYCEFT Holiday Party!
13 Jan 2013 EFT Video Sunday
30 Nov 2012 Quarterly Seminar: Finding Your Way Home
18 Nov 2012 EFT Video Sunday
15 Nov 2012 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT, Connecticut
26 Oct 2012 INFIDELITY TRAINING - Broken Bonds: Healing the Wounds of Infidelity
21 Oct 2012 EFT Video Sunday
23 Sep 2012 EFT Video Sunday
14 Sep 2012 Quarterly Seminar: Expanding EFFT: untangling and securing family bonds.
12 Jul 2012 Third International Summit on EFT
25 Jun 2012 2012 Four Day BASIC EXTERNSHIP in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
22 Jun 2012 Sue Johnson - A One-Day Workshop at NYU
03 Jun 2012 EFT Video Sunday
20 May 2012 EFT Video Sunday
18 May 2012 Quarterly Seminar: The Practice of Empathy in EFT
22 Apr 2012 EFT Video Sunday
11 Mar 2012 EFT Video Sunday
02 Mar 2012 Quarterly Seminar: Bringing out the "dragon" of trauma to the dance floor in EFT couples treatment
12 Feb 2012 EFT Video Sunday
10 Feb 2012 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
08 Jan 2012 Ask a Supervisor Live Supervision Event
18 Dec 2011 NYCEFT Holiday Party!
09 Dec 2011 Core Skills Advanced Training in EFT
02 Dec 2011 Quarterly Seminar: Relentless Focus in EFT
21 Oct 2011 EFT Seminar: Challenges of Blamer Softening, a Change Event in EFT
17 Oct 2011 Boston EFT Externship
16 Sep 2011 Quarterly EFT Seminar: Challenges of Blamer Softening, a Change Event in EFT
18 Jul 2011 Ask a Supervisor (Greenwich CT)
18 Jul 2011 Ask a Supervisor (Manhattan)
28 Jun 2011 Raffle Tickets
28 Jun 2011 Annual NYCEFT Networking Event
27 Jun 2011 Four Day Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
19 May 2011 Emotionally Focused Marital Therapy with George Faller
14 May 2011 AAMFT Supervisor Refresher Course
06 May 2011 Quarterly EFT Seminar "A Family Rallies: The Healing Power of Emotionally Focused Family Therapy"
06 May 2011 Emotionally Focused Family Therapy
13 Mar 2011 Advanced Externship in EFT
11 Feb 2011 Quarterly EFT Seminar: Loving at Arm's Length with Travis Atkinson; Shelly Dell, discussant
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