Supervision/Consultation in EFT is available on an individual or peer group basis. Peer group and individual consultation are provided solely for the purpose of training in the EFT model and do not imply legal or ethical responsibility, nor substitute for the clinical supervision required by licensing entities or employers.
Peer Group Consultation
Peer groups improve the process of developing your skills as an EFT therapist in many ways:
- Peer groups are led by experienced EFT therapists who give informed encouragement and suggestions regarding the work of participants.
- Meeting on a consistent basis with your peers provides safety and support in the at-times daunting task of learning this model.
- Group members receive consultation regarding their own clients, making the peer group immediately practical and applicable to their work.
- Groups use a variety of approaches to learning:
- discussions about the theory and practice of EFT as well as the certification process
- viewing video clips of participants’ actual client sessions and/or training videos
- role play with coaching by the group leaders
For more information, send an email to the contact person listed above for the group nearest to you!
|Location||Day / Time||Contact|
|West Suburbs||3rd Tue, 9-11 am||Gretchen Harroemail@example.com|
|North Shore||2nd Mon||Josh Marderfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Far NW Suburbs||Last Thurs, 9-11 am||Ashley Yergler and Keith Bjorgeemail@example.com, Drkeith@cherryhillcounseling.com|
|Chicago River North: Basic. Discussion of case conceptualization, tracking the cycle, general questions.||4th Mon, 9:30-10:30 am|
Every other month
|Chicago River North: Advanced. Participants must be taping at least one couple and bring video for review.||4th Mon, 9:30-11:30 am|
Every other month
|Zoom: for Asian-identified therapists to discuss EFT within an Asian/Asian-American context||3rd Fri, 9-11 am||Jean Leefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Individual Consultation with Certified Supervisor or Supervisor-in-Training
There is no substitute for one-on-one consultation. In the context of a supportive, collaborative alliance, you have the opportunity to get direct, case-specific encouragement and suggestions for how to intervene more effectively from an EFT perspective. Supervision is most effective when reviewing clips of video of the therapist working with the client. The therapist is responsible for obtaining written consent to show the video in consultation.
|John Amendt||The Marriage Clinicemail@example.com||yes|
|Flo Braum||Florence Barumfirstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Thomas Hammerman||Thomas Hammermanemail@example.com||yes|
|Gretchen Harro||Relationship Worksfirstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Jeff Hickey||Couple Therapy.email@example.com||yes|
|Nikki Lively||Nikki Lively||847-733-4300, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Josh Marder||Marder Couples and Family Therapyemail@example.com||yes|
|Marcia Vickman||River North Therapyfirstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Don Zeidlhack||McDougald and Associates||630-414-1050||DrDonZ@McDougaldAndAssociates.com||no|
Supervisors in Training
Supervision with a supervisor-in-training counts toward the 8 hours of supervision required for certification as an EFT therapist.
|Janet Voss||North Shore Marriage and Family Therapyemail@example.com||yes|