San Diego 2020 – Section 2
Core Skills Training
About Core Skills
Core Skills Training consists of four two-day workshops. These workshops provide an in depth study of each of the EFT steps. Each day will contain instruction and group supervision of EFT work according to the guidelines set out by the Centre for Excellence in EFT (in Ottawa). Each weekend provides twelve hours of training. When you sign up for the course you are committing your intention to complete all four modules.
There will be opportunity for participants to get feedback on videos of their own work with clients. Bringing your own video to view is necessary to meet the Advanced Externship requirement of certification.
Attendance meets the ICEEFT course requirement (CEUs provided by Alliant International University)* when applying for Certified EFT Therapist designation.
The only outstanding requirement for Certification after attending Core Skills Training is eight hours of individual supervision and demonstrating competence in the model. The application process is described on www.eft.ca. Final decision regarding readiness for certification is determined by the EFT Centre in Ottawa.
Kathryn de Bruin
is a Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified EFT Trainer and Supervisor. She has a full time private practice in San Diego, CA where she works with children and families. Kathryn teaches at the University of California San Diego and at Bethel University. With a heart for her homeland South Africa, Kathryn startedwww.eftsouthafrica.com She travels back frequently to provide trainings. As a AAMFT supervisor, Kathryn enjoys providing supervision in person and online. Supervisees have described her as warm, perceptive and skilled. With her strong work ethic, it is important to Kathryn to be accessible and responsive to those who work with her. For more information on Kathryn, visit her online at www.kathryndebruin.com
Participants are required to have completed an EFT Externship and be willing to present their own work through videotape presentation*.
*More information about the Case Presentation Video Requirement
You will do one case presentation displaying your work with a couple for consultation and feedback about working in the EFT model. The date of your presentation will be assigned. The overall presentation is approximately 30 minutes: 10 minutes of case overview and up to 20 minutes of video review.
- Approximately 20 continuous minutes
- Case presentation form completed (see Forms drop-down menu)
- 20 copies of case presentation to handout to course participants, if not emailed to participants 5 days before presenting
- Bring digital media on DVD or USB storage device
- Each participant must have read Sue Johnson’s 2004 edition of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.
- Each participant must have completed an OCFI approved externship in EFT.
- Each participant must be using EFT with at least two couples regularly.
- Each participant must acquire a signed release from couple(s) to video tape record sessions.
- Each participant must acquire a signed release from couple(s) to be a part of this consultation group prior to presenting any materials.
- Each participant will complete the Case Presentation Form and supply copies (emailed prior to session or hard copies) to each group member prior to presenting.
48 hours of continuing education units are available by completing all modules of this course. If you need CEUs, there is a separate $30 fee for one certificate.
Each cohort is limited to a maximum of 16 attendees. Attendance based on first-come basis. Registration and payment must be complete to be enrolled.
Module One: February 14-15, 2020 Steps 1-2 Assesment
Module Two: April 24-25, 2020 Steps 3-4 De-Escalation
Module Three: June 5-6, 2020 Steps 5-6 Withdrawer ReEngagement
Module Four: August 14-15, 2020 Steps 7-8 Blamer Softening
Friday’s 10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday’s 9:00 – 4:00 pm
2851 Camino Del Rio | Suite 300 | San Diego, CA 92108
$450 per weekend workshop for Modules 1-4. (Discount if full payment is made up front.)
$30 for one CEU certificate upon completing the course.
Lodging and food not included. A minimum of ten participants is required for the training to proceed.
Payment can be made online or by mail. Payment for each Module is due 3 weeks before the Friday meeting. Payment plans available.
Completing the registration and first payment commits the applicant to attend both sessions of the training and reserves space for the whole course.
Email: Cathy and Iris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email: Cathy and Iris at email@example.com
After you submit your registration you will see these payment options to choose from. Payment is made via PayPal unless requested otherwise.
Full series ($1700, a $100 discount)
Payment via PayPal
We have several PayPal payment options: a full fee (discounted) and two options for monthly payments. However, if you prefer to pay by some other schedule, please let us know. We want to make this training as accessible to you as possible. The email address is below.
If you prefer to pay via check or credit card outside of PayPal, please contact Cathy and Iris at firstname.lastname@example.org
**Alliant International University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Alliant International University is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing to provide continuing education for Nurses (provider #CEP11235). Alliant International University maintains responsibility for the program and its content.