EFT Supervisor’s Collaborative

The EFT Supervisor’s Collaborative is a FREE resource and discussion meeting to keep Supervisors and Supervisors-in-Training connected, supported and envigorated with special topics including live supervision and clinical presentations.  Everyone is welcome in this group, as long as you are interested and committed to becoming a mentor in the mental health field.

Thursdays once a month - 9:00 am -10:00 am PST In this series, we will be addressing policy changes as they happen, sharing educational opportunities, highlighting supervisors all over the world, and answering supervisor’s questions. At each monthly meeting, we will have a guest speaker and hot topics to discuss. This will be an interactive meeting designed to support supervisors.  

Questions please contact: eftsupcollab@gmail.com

Dates & Times

  • 1

    Supervisors Collaborative Upcoming Dates

    • Dr. Katherine McKay Family's Go Fund me.


    • Cultural Considerations with LatinX in a therapy and:or supervision

    • Supervisors Collaborative - December 08

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Jan 26, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Feb 23, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Mar 23, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - April 27, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - May 25, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Jun 22, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Aug 24, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Sept 28, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Oct 26, 2023

    • Supervisors Collaborative - Nov 16, 2023

  • 2

    Recordings for Past Meetings

    • Supervisors Collaborative - November 10

    • Supervisors Collaborative Oct 2022

    • Supervisors Collaborative - September 22 2022

    • Supervisors Collaborative June 2022

    • Supervisors Collaborative May 2022

    • Supervisors Collaborative April 28th 2022

    • Mending the fabric of the supervisory relationship - April 28, 2022

    • Supervisors Collaborative - March 31 Paul & Nancy

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 12 (2-24-2022)

    • Anthropological Insights for EFT Practice (1-13-2022) Power Point

    • Anthropological Insights for EFT Practice Slides (1-13-2022)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 11 (1-13-2022)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 10 (11-18-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 9 (10-21-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 8 (9-23-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 7 (8-5-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 6 (6-24-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 5 (5-27-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 4 (4-22-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 3 (3-25-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 2 (2-25-2021)

    • Supervisor’s Collaborative Group 1 (1-21-2021)

Speaker for June

This month we will be highlighting the experiences and challenges of Ukrainian EFT Therapists: Olena Redchyts, MSc., Clinical Psychologist, and Oksana Syrotyak Ukrainian psychotherapists as well as other individuals, couples and their families are under the influence of a traumatic situation, facing uncertainty, acute stress and sometimes even multi trauma. In their presentation Olena and Oksana will highlight the experiences and challenges of Ukrainian therapists in their EFT practice during war-time.

Olena Redchyts MSc.

Clinical Psychologist

Olena Redchyts, MSc., Clinical Psychologist. She has been working in governmental and non-governmental settings as a psychologist, since 2011. Currently, she is in private practice with individuals and couples presenting relationship problems, emotional and personality issues, acute stress and trauma. Olena is an active member of Ukrainian EFT Association. As a therapist she also uses other modalities such as Schema-therapy, Gestalt and CBT.

Oksana Syrotyak

Psychologist and EFT therapist

Oksana Syrotyak, Psychologist and EFT therapist. She is also accredited as a CBT and Schema therapist. Her path in EFT started in 2018 and in 2022 she became certified as an EFT-therapist. From 2013 until 2018 she worked in the Health and Development Center “Circle of Family”, mostly working with adults individually and providing parental support and skill training for families. In addition she has provided various training and presentations in diverse mental health topics.


Camille Scent

Camille is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and a Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor (CPCS) in the state of Georgia. She is also an ICEEFT Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and Supervisor, and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She specializes in using EFT with couples and families and also works with adults healing from trauma. Camille is a founding board member for the Atlanta Center for EFT and she currently serves on their board as technical liaison. Her professional background includes counseling and victim advocacy for sexual assault and abuse survivors, out-patient substance abuse treatment, K-12 & college counseling, family therapy, parent education, and Montessori teaching at the elementary and middle school levels. One of Camille’s passions is the intersection of affective neuroscience and therapy; she firmly believes that the better we understand the neuroscience of us, the better we can understand ourselves and our clients - and the more effective we can be as EFT therapists. On a more personal note, Camille is an avid walker/hiker, dog owner, bird-watcher and nature lover. She and her husband recently became empty-nesters and enjoy traveling and exploring new places to hike, bird-watch, beach-comb, snorkel and (for her husband) surf - especially when combined with visiting their young adult sons (one of whom is a National Park Service Ranger).