2023 Growing in EFT
Pricing Options

Minimum of 10 participants

Dates & Times
Time - 1pm - 2:30pm PST.

Feb 9, 2023
Mar 2, 2023
April 6, 2023
May 4, 2023
 June 1, 2023
July 13, 2023
Aug 10, 2023
Sept 7, 2023
Oct 5, 2023
Nov 2, 2023


We will need a minimum of 10 participants in order for the group to start

Join Trainers "Doc Hawk" & Lisa Palmer-Olsen, w/Guest Contributor Feion Villodas, for an EFT Supervision group driven by your goals. This group will be aimed at helping you identify both your strengths and areas of growth in your EFT clinical work. Whether you seek certification or want to sharpen your skills, this group is a great option!

  • We will review session clips and potentially witness live consult sessions, which will be catered to meet your specific goals as a group.
  • This group is limited to 12 participants, so sign up soon.
  • Dr. Feion Villodas will share her expertise to help sharpen our cultural attunement in our clinical work.

Because this is a limited participation group with the ability to review recordings of meetings, there is a minimum of six participation sessions per participant.


"Doc Hawk", & Lisa Palmer-Olsen, w/Guest Contributer Feion Villodas

Dr James Hawkins

Dr. James Hawkins, ‘Doc Hawk’, is a Licensed Counsellor with 11 years of experience and an ICEEFT certified trainer, supervisor, and therapist. He obtained a Master’s in Marriage and Family Counselling and a Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling. He currently serves as a Clinical Coordinator at a non-profit counselling practice in Northwest Arkansas. James is the founder of Healing Conversations, a training program developed to equip organizations and communities to have productive conversations about race. He is the co-host of two podcasts, The Leading Edge in Emotionally Focused Therapy, and The Leading Edge: Transforming Leadership Through Attachment Science. James is a part of the online training program, successinvulnerability.com develop to help EFT therapists and supervisors gain more focus in their clinical work. Doc Hawk brings a passion for helping individuals, couples, families, and communities in relational distress. James is married to his wife, Nicola and together they have five daughters.

Lisa Palmer-Olsen

Dr. Lisa J. Palmer-Olsen, Psy.D. is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in San Diego, California for over twenty years. She is also a Certified International Emotionally Focused Therapy Trainer and AAMFT approved Supervisor. Dr. Palmer-Olsen’s primary clinical and research interests are in the area of family systems and high conflict couple work, specifically with clients dealing with trauma and attachment related injuries. As a founder and Co-Director for Renova San Diego Inc, a non-profit 501(c)(3) based out of San Diego, she is committed to providing quality San Diego services accessible to all who seek it. Dr. Palmer-Olsen is passionate about providing affordable, high caliber training to mental health clinicians around the world. Dr. Palmer-Olsen completed her dissertation research on how to train and teach Emotionally Focused Therapy to professionals. Lisa was trained directly by the founder of the EFT model Dr. Susan Johnson.

Feion Villodas

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