EFT SUPERVISION

EFT SUPERVISION

Sean and Luana are ICEEFT-Certified Supervisors, offering supervision in the practice of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT).

Our strengths as supervisors lie in our clear understanding of the of the model and a deep investment in building safety and trust in the supervisory relationship. We remember how nervous we felt showing early tape to supervisors. This work is so very challenging and it humbles all of us. To learn EFT, we must own our strengths and our successes, and we must also get curious about where we miss, fail, and make mistakes. For many of us, this brings up anxiety and even shame. We have found our background as certified Mindful Self-Compassion teachers to be particularly helpful in supporting our supervisees in the process of learning EFT. There is something powerful about holding a couple as they turn toward the places that scare them and then learn to hold each other. There is something equally powerful in the supervisory process when we can hold a supervisee as they turn toward the scary places and learn to trust themselves there.

Fee: $170 for 50-minute session

If you are interested in more information, please contact us.

TESTIMONIAL

“Sean is simply the best – a master EFT therapist, and also just a normal person. He is rock solid in attachment theory, and oh so crafty with interventions. He taught me all his little tricks. Sean’s compassion and support made it so that he built me up while helping me refine my skills.”
–Jeff Reznicek-Parrado, Ph.D., Sacramento, CA

EMPLOYMENT WITH THREE RIVERS

Three Rivers also accepts applications from interested interns and/or psych assistants. Prerequisites for being employed as a trainee at Three Rivers are as follows:

NOTE: On this website, the words “supervisor” and “supervision” are used expressly for the purpose of training in the EFT model, and do not imply / constitute any ethical / legal responsibility for cases discussed. For all intents and purposes, a Certified EFT Supervisor is an EFT consultant. All therapists receiving such supervision / consultation are wholly responsible for the therapy they provide and they are also responsible for receiving appropriate supervision, as required, by their respective governing and/or licensing authorities.