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Become a member

We have different levels of membership based on trainings completed. Choose which type of member is the best fit for you.

We can't wait to meet you!

General Members -
  • General Members are licensed therapists who have taken an approved EFT Externship and are members of ICEEFT. 
  • General member may vote, and be on committees and/or sit on the Board and attend quarterly meetings for free.
  • Annual fee - $60.00   Click HERE to pay    

Affiliate Members -
  • Affiliate Members are licensed therapists who are interested in EFT and its growth in Texas.​​
  • They HAVE NOT yet taken an approved EFT Externship nor are member of ICEEFT. 
    • Once an affiliate member has attended an approved EFT Externship, their status will change to "General Member."
  • They are not eligible to vote or sit on committees or the board. 
  • They can attend quarterly meetings for free.
  • Annual fee - $60.00   Click HERE to pay

Student Members -
  • Student Members are current students at accredited universities/colleges in a masters or doctorate program with a major in some form of clinical therapy. 
  • They are not eligible to vote or sit on committees or the board.
  • Annual fee - $20.00 Click HERE to pay

Benefits of Membership

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Community Support

 

Be a part of a community of therapists who practice the way you do, and want to learn from each other as well as experts in the field.

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More Online Presence

Find more clients with your name and contact information on our site as well as information about therapy using EFT.

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Future Events and Trainings

Check in regularly to find local webinars, community meetings and trainings to participate in and attend.  Find and connect with EFT trainers and supervisors.

Research shows that couples who experience Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) therapy show that 70-75% move from distress to recovery, and 90% show a significant improvement in their relationship quality.

Strengths of Emotionally Focused Therapy  

  • EFT is based on clear, explicit conceptualizations of marital distress and adult love. These conceptualizations are supported by empirical research on the nature of marital distress and adult attachment.

  • EFT is collaborative and respectful of clients combining experiential Rogerian techniques with structural systemic interventions.

  • Change strategies and interventions are specified.

  • Key moves and moments in the change process have been mapped into nine steps and three change events.

  • EFT has been validated by over 20 years of empirical research. There is also research on the change processes and predictors of success.

  • EFT has been applied to many different kinds of problems and populations.

Goals of Emotionally Focused Therapy

  • To expand and re-organize key emotional responses – the music of the attachment dance.

  • To create a shift in partners’ interactional positions and initiate new cycles of interaction.

  • To foster the creation of a secure bond between partners.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

As a member you get access to attending our community meetings (held four times a year) and to our peer consultations. It is really a great time to discuss cases and learn from each other!