I strive to supervise therapist in a manner consistent with the principles and values of Emotionally Focused Therapy. It’s a process that validates you were you are in your development at a therapist in keeping with A.R.E.
• Accessible: I committee that you will be able to reach me both during supervision and between supervision sessions.
• Responsive: I commit to be responsive to your reaches for support and to your needs as a therapist-in-training.
• Engaged: I commit to not only focus my mental attention and emotional attention on you during supervision, consistent with my style of engagement with clients.
The supervision process makes use of case report and tape consultations (regular tape consultations are a requirement of supervision with Dennis) and occasional live “bug-in-the-ear” supervision.
Dennis Eames, MS
ICEEFT Certified EFT Supervisor
FRAMEWORK FOR SUPERVISION
2nd & 4th Wednedays
Ongoing Closed Group with maximum of 6 members.
(currently 2 openings)
Initial 4-month commitment (first four months you pay each month even if you don’t attend)
After the initial commitment, if you need to miss a month just give advanced notice.
If you are not able to attend regularly you may be asked to make space for someone who can.
By joining this group you are making a commitment to recording sessions and take turns presenting cases including showing tape at least 2 times per year.
If Dennis and Kim cannot currently take new clients, please reaching out to one of Dennis’ supervises
Dennis’ Current Supervisees’
Dennis Supervises therapists who are committed to the ongoing development of their EFT skills. Supervisees practices in Washington, Alaska, and Idaho.