The SV Dream emerged during a great meal and some good drinks. After the completion of another successful ICEEFT EFT training on Escalated Couples, George Faller was out with a few EFT Therapist’s and EFT Supervisor’s that included Dina Harth, Anabelle Bugatti, Carla Rather and Teri Murphy. A spirited conversation around the importance of a moment-by-moment training that breaks down global therapy models into specific micro-moves was discussed. This generated a vision to radically transform how we teach doing therapy and so, the essence of Success In Vulnerability was established. We wanted to empower therapists by helping them maintain a sharper focus in session by learning to become more tactical, intentional, aware and fully engaged in the therapeutic process. This idea turned tangible and the excitement quickly spread. Soon, Ryan Rana, James Hawkins, Chad Imhoff, Angela Imhoff, and Stephanie Fry all joined the team. This SV dream continues to grow and we hope many others can join us on this journey.
George is an Approved Supervisor for the American Association Of Marriage & Family Therapists (AAMFT), Founder and President of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (NYCEFT), Director of Training at the Center for Hope and Renewal in Greenwich, CT, Board Member of the Porter Cason Institute for the Family at Tulane University in New Orleans, and teaches courses at The Ackerman Institute in New York City.
He specializes in trauma, family therapy (EFFT), and self-of-therapist issues. He is committed to bringing EFT to first responders and underprivileged families, and hopes his co-authored books True Connection, Sacred Stress and Emotionally Focused Family Therapy and his podcast, Foreplay, contribute to a movement to making our world a more secure place.
Carla’s passion is striving to model the EFT model as a fellow human, beyond the therapy room.
Prior to being a therapist, Carla was a civilian contractor for the US Army and U.S. Air Force. She is married to Tyler, her life-mate.
By illustrating the power of empathic responsiveness coupled with attachment science and interventions, the author goes straight to the heart of helping clinicians build strong therapeutic alliances with even the most difficult clients. Move away from pathological diagnostic labels toward engaging with people in their distress.
This is a valuable resource to anyone in a helping profession, teaching them to effectively use their most valuable instrument—themselves—by harnessing the power of relentless empathy to shape relationships inside their practice & their everyday lives as well.
Her latest projects include EFT Consultant, Event Coordinator for the Arkansas EFT Center (ARCEFT), ARCEFT Facilitator, ARCEFT Facilitator Coordinator and contributor to Success In Vulnerability’s content and web design.on.
In addition to supplying innovative content to Success In Vulnerability, this SV team is a team of committed people devoted to equip therapists and contribute to our profession and our world in many different ways. Scroll over the picture of each contributor to learn more about them through their personal websites, get access to upcoming trainings, listen to podcasts and get click-thru links to YouTube videos. You will want to stay up-to-date with all that the SV Team is up to so, visit regularly!