EFT Supervisor

Do You Want To Deepen Your EFT Skills?

Are you a therapist who’s looking to become a more effective EFT practitioner?

Do you struggle to translate the theoretical work of EFT into sessions with your clients?

Would you like to try a supervision mentorship and earn your certification in EFT?

Maybe you have a tough time implementing Emotionally Focused Therapy in an embodied way with clients. Perhaps you find yourself approaching EFT from a cognitive standpoint instead of an experiential one. As a result, maybe you’re not seeing the progress that you want to see with your clients. This could lead to increasing frustration in your practice. For the first time, you may be considering switching modalities or changing client populations.

What’s more, you might be struggling to manage your own emotional issues that come up in your work. After all, therapists are people, too—it’s normal to have situations in your life that get activated when you’re working with clients. This can lead to burnout and cause you to lose passion for your work.

If you want to become more confident and competent in your ability to use EFT, I encourage you to connect with me. As a licensed therapist and certified EFT supervisor, I believe that I can help you put what you learn into practice and identify the blocks that prevent you from implementing EFT effectively. Along the way, I want you to feel more supported in your work, as every good therapist needs another practitioner that they can lean on.

Practicing EFT Means Being Vulnerable—And That Isn’t Always Easy For Therapists

On the surface, EFT is a simple model that anyone can learn, but becoming a successful EFT therapist is easier said than done. It requires deep and experiential learning that runs parallel to working with clients. This experiential work can be challenging, since it involves engaging your emotions in a direct and vulnerable way instead of just following a formula.

For those of us who are therapists, the very act of seeking help can bring out our vulnerabilities. It isn’t easy to watch ourselves or show our work to others. Nor is it easy to be in a learning position—we are used to helping others and being the expert. Approaching our work from a standpoint of learning can make us feel vulnerable.

By Ourselves, It’s Often Difficult To Judge Our Own Work As Therapists

My background and training as an EFT therapist have convinced me that the best way to learn is to watch and share our work in supervision with others. On our own, it’s hard to see ourselves and our work objectively. Sometimes we focus too much on our perceived “weaknesses” and forget to recognize what we do well. We often lapse into self-judgment and self-criticism, thinking that we should be mastering therapeutic models more quickly than we are.

The beauty of my EFT mentorship program is that it can freshen your perspective and help you understand that you’re not alone in your struggles. Working as a therapist, particularly in private practice, can be a lonely experience. You deserve to have someone accompany you on your journey.

Deepen Your Knowledge Of EFT With The Help Of A Supervisor

I have over 15 years of experience as a supervisor and have helped a wide variety of therapists, including practicum students in Masters programs, post-Masters MFT students, and clinicians working toward licensure or EFT certification. I have also taught an EFT couples class for over a decade and have provided numerous trainings for group practices and community organizations. As a result, I have a strong grasp on teaching different therapeutic concepts and can break things down into digestible learning nuggets.

In my EFT consultation program, I strive to establish a safe learning environment where supervisees can feel less alone and comfortable taking risks. I have received feedback that I am able to help supervisees by sharing my vulnerabilities, normalizing the challenges in learning, and making theoretical models understandable and experiential. I actively ask for feedback and always do my own emotional work in addition to exploring the privilege I carry professionally as a certified EFT supervisor.

What To Expect In EFT Consultation Sessions

I provide both individual and group supervision—you are welcome to pursue whichever option benefits you most. In the beginning, I will focus on getting to know you, learning about where you are in the EFT training process, and figuring out what your goals for supervision are. I want our time together to feel helpful to you, so I encourage you to share any cases or videos you’d like to discuss. We will explore your stuck points in a nonjudgmental way and look for ways to hone your craft.

Ultimately, I want to utilize the EFT model of supervision in a way that provides more than just intellectual answers. This is an emotionally engaging process, so there will be opportunities for watching your work, using role-play to practice new skills, and sharing your self-of-the-therapist struggles. Together, we’ll explore how your own emotional challenges may surface in your EFT work and how you can better manage them going forward.

In the end, all the best therapists I know are people who are continually learning and working to sharpen their skills. One of the most important ways to do this is to have support and feedback from others. I have worked with many people who felt stuck that were able to master new skills, sharpen existing ones, and grow personally and professionally from seeing an EFT supervisor. I am confident that you can experience the same thing.

You May Have Some Concerns About EFT Consultation…

I haven’t been videoing my sessions and don’t have video to share in supervision.

I can help you figure out ways to talk to clients about videoing and getting proper consent for doing so. If there are barriers to filming sessions, we can discuss ways to work through your stuck points without the use of video. Regardless of whether videoing is doable, I’m confident that supervision can benefit you.

I don’t have a lot of time for supervision.

I offer online supervision services through a HIPAA-compliant platform that allows us to connect only for the time of the appointment, ensuring that you don’t have to set aside huge portions of your schedule. What’s more, the fact that the EFT certification process takes place online means you don’t have to factor in driving time for appointments.

I’ve been in practice for a long time. I’m worried about my work being judged and my reputation being harmed.

Seeking support and help can be daunting, especially if you’ve been a therapist for a long time and you’re learning a new model. I have experienced that myself, since I practiced for ten years prior to learning EFT and becoming a supervisor. I have the utmost respect for those who seek support and guidance throughout their professional life and take the risk to learn new things. Our work is confidential and I seek to make the learning environment feel as safe as possible.

You Don’t Have To Keep Feeling Stuck In Your Practice.

If you want to grow as a therapist and earn your certification in EFT, I encourage you to pursue supervision with me. To get started, you can go to the contact page  or call 303-503-5295.



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