Roy Hodgson is a trainer and supervisor of therapists in Emotionally Focused Therapy. Roy has trained for over a decade in EFT. His experience includes many years of supervision with trainers from the International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy, and a year of teleconferences with Susan Johnson, Ph.D. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a licensed mental health counselor, and a certified counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors. He has been a guest lecturer and instructor at Antioch University's couples and family therapy program. Roy was the 2014 Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy supervisor of the year. He founded the Seattle Center for EFT. More information about Roy is available at the Center site www.seattleeft.com.
Sharon Chatkupt Lee, PsyD, is a psychologist in private practice in Portland, Oregon since 2003. Sharon fell in love with EFT and began studying seriously to be an EFT therapist in 2006 alongside advanced gestalt training. Once certified in EFT, Sharon became a founding member for the Oregon Community for Emotionally Focused Therapists, is a lovely community of people learning and growing together. She has special interests in supervision and self-of-therapist challenges in EFT, as well as trauma. She is also studying yoga therapy, which has further developed her ability to work with trauma and the body. Sharon lives with her husband, their two teens, and a labradoodle named Huckleberry Finn who works in the office with her. Out of the office you will find her with family, walking in the woods, doing yoga, kayaking, knitting, or working on social justice issues.