Continuing Education

The Tulane School of Social Work is constantly working to offer our alumni and community members a diverse offering of CEUs throughout the year.

Upcoming CEU events are listed in the right hand sidebar and below!

2016 EFT Training Dates

EFT Core Skills Training provides an “in-depth” experience in learning the skills essential to the practice of EFT. Each training session is comprised of didactic presentation, role plays, trainee session material and a "live" consultation session. Core Skills participants are required to have completed an EFT externship and be willing to present their own work through audio/videotape to the group (required for completion certificate).

The registration fee for each four-day EFT workshop is $700. Attendance will include 24 CEU hours per four-day workshop, but you MUST attend each workshop to be eligible to attend the next.

2016 EFT Schedule
EXTERNSHIP: January 19-22, 2016 -- Register Today!
CORE SKILLS I with Debi Scimeca-Diaz : April 19-22, 2016
CORE SKILLS II with George Faller: September 27-30, 2016

The Pulsating Heart Of Therapy: The Personal Relationship with Harry Aponte on March 4

Nationally renown family therapist Harry Aponte will visit the Tulane School of Social Work on Friday, March 4, 2016, to conduct a CEU workshop entitled "The Pulsating Heart Of Therapy: The Personal Relationship." The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Room 343 at the School of Social Work, located at 127 Elk Place. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Participants will receive 5.5 board-approved CEUs for attending. Register Today!

Couples Therapy in the 21st Century -- A New Era with Sue Johnson on May 16

Couples therapy offers us a rich amazing venue to create lasting change in individuals, core relationships and families. This day-long workshop will outline the Emotionally Focused Model of Couple Therapy (EFT), and how it illustrates the new science of love and bonding. This new science will be summarized and its implications for the couple therapist pinpointed. We now have a map for love and loving that allows the therapist to be on target: to go to the heart of the matter and shape new interactions that redefine the security of the bond between partners and create an environment of healing and growth.

Join us on Monday, May 16 at 9 a.m. as Sue Johnson leads a day-long workshop on the topic. Register Today!

Additional Information CEU Information

For more information about the Center For Life-Long Learning or to suggest future CEU events, contact the center's Assistant Director Parker Sternbergh at or call 504.862.3475.