EFT Supervision Groups for Black & Brown Therapists - Monthly 2 Payments - Eastern and Southern Region
$250.00 / Month For 2 Months
Supervision Groups for Black & Brown Therapists
Developing The Next Generation Integration of Culture & Deep Love
“I am because we are and, since we are, therefore I am …”
Working Together Towards Excellence:
Collectively with humility, and clarity of goals we offer this in-depth EFT learning experience that will hone learnings from EFT courses, externships, and core skills.
We will help you deepen your understanding of EFT interventions and move through the three major change events. We will provide videotape reviews, and facilitate discussions about the EFT process & therapy, along with integrating matters of race & culture.
There will be lots of experiential exercises and discussions to help you understand the model and advance your training in Emotionally Focused Therapy.
Recognizing that EFT is an international model of therapy & training our brothers and sisters from all parts of the African continent, the Caribbean, and the border African diaspora are welcome.
Our first group starts up Tuesday, October 18th, and meets virtually every other week (bi-monthly).
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Pacific Time
PAUL GUILLORY, Ph. D
Dr. Guillory is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley in the Clinical Science Program, Psychology Department. He has taught courses on Emotionally Focused Therapies at U.C. Berkeley. He is certified trainer, supervisor, and therapist of Emotionally Focused Therapy. He is the author of “Emotionally Focused
Therapy with African American Couples: Love Heals,” Routledge, August 2021. He has created several clinical online training video tapes that amplify integrating attachment & culture (www.paultguilloryphd.com). Dr. Guillory has presented at several recent workshops including “Emotionally Focused Therapy in a time of Racial Reckoning” Couple & Family Institute of New England, Spring Symposium, “Race and Couples Therapy Conference,” Eikenberg Academy for Social Justice, July 2021, and “Deep Roots: Attachment & Culture, LA Center of EFT, November 2021, Attachment &Culture: Deep Roots, NCCEFT Annual 2-day Workshop, April 8 & 9, 2022. He is the former chairperson of the Northern California Community of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Dr. Guillory was the psychological consultant to the Oakland Raiders professional football team and the National Football League for 14 years. He has also been a consultant to the Sacramento Kings professional basketball team, and is a selected provider for the National Basketball Players Association. He served as Director of the Center for Family Counseling in Oakland California for ten years. He is a life-time member of the Association of Black Psychologist. And he is a life-time member of the USA Masters Track & Field Association. He has been in private practice in OaklandCalifornia for over 30 years.
Dr. Villodas is a professor in the psychology department and the Director of Graduate Student Diversity at San Diego State University. She is also a clinical psychologist and serves as a clinical supervisor for one of the top Clinical Psychology program, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. As the Director of Graduate Student Diversity, she develops and facilitates training on diversity, equity, and inclusion for SDSU graduate students and faculty. She also supports faculty and staff engaged in hiring, diversity planning, and other diversity initiatives. Her research focuses on mental and behavioral health disparities among African-Americans and Latinx populations. She is particularly interested in acculturation, cultural competence, community-based participatory research approaches, and the adaptation and implementation of effective treatments for culturally diverse populations. Dr. Villodas also worked at VA San Diego and the University of California San Diego and VA Palo Alto. She has extensive training in multiple evidence-based treatment modalities.
Denise Jones-Kazan, LCSW
EFT Supervisor in Training Certified EFT Therapist Denise Jones-Kazan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years in practice. Denise has a strong clinical background in a variety of different settings including community mental health, substance abuse, and school based mental health program. She has been in private practice for 10 years where she has conducted couples therapy with African American Couples. Dense authored the chapter, “Case Study EFT Pursuer Softening,” in Emotionally Focused Therapy with African American Couples; Love Heals, Guillory, P.T., Routledge, 2021. She is also certified in EMDR treatment where she has worked with trauma. Denise has served on the Board of Directors for The Northern California Community of Emotional Focused Therapy (NCCEFT), and currently serves on the DEI committee and co-leads a mentorship program for African American and Latin therapists for NCCEFT.