Washington Baltimore Center 
for EFT

Excellence in training mental health clinicians and in providing client care in Emotionally Focused Therapy

Core Skills Training in EFT

Come for a series of four week-ends (Fridays & Saturdays) with specific emphasis and immersion in each step of the EFT model. Aspects of training include steps and stages, interventions, live consultations, video demonstrations, supervised experiential learning and video case consultation. Join us to immerse yourself in a safe and creative learning environment to deepen your knowledge and expertise of EFT.  *Completion of the Externship in EFT is the pre-requisite for participating in the Core Skills Series.*

Upcoming Series:

Current Core Skills Series is full. Next series will start in Fall 2018. Email Lily@wbceft.com with your email address to let us know of your interest in the next series and we will send the dates as soon as they are finalized.

Location: 405 North Washington Street

              Suite 103

              Falls Church, VA 22046

Tuition: $425 per weekend

Deposit: $425 (non-refundable)

Commitment: When you sign up for Core Skills Series, you are committing to attend all four weekends since the material taught builds from the previous weekend.

Certification in EFT: In order for your Core Skills Series to count towards your certification in EFT, you must show video of your EFT with a couple or family during one of the four Core Skills weekends.  

Core Skills manual will be provided at first weekend.

Please head to the registration page to register for Core Skills.

For more information, contact Kathryn at kathryn@wbceft.com. 
"I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the workshop this weekend.  I love that you paid attention to both the community- building and the content of the learning.  You made us feel safe, at home and a part of the group. I think you are a wonderful trainer-such good attention to the moment and to the advancement of all of our understanding. I also loved that you are transparent about your own process." 
Reena Bernards, LCMFT