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Emotional Transformation Therapy International Association (ETTIA)
ETTIA is a professional organization responsible for promoting, fostering and preserving the highest standard of excellence and integrity in ETT® practice for the membership, for the mental health professionals, and for the community which shall be served. ETTIA is responsible for the dissemination of useful information relevant to ETT and pursuit of that which is considered of the best interest to ETT practitioners, to mental health professionals generally, to members, and to the public who rely upon ETTIA for helpful professional resources, relationships, and services.
What is Emotional Transformation Therapy?
Learn more about Emotional Transformational Therapy as a powerful approach to healing. Contact ETTIA with specific inquiries as it relates to your individual needs. We will be happy to put you in contact with someone that can assist you further.
News & Updates
ETTIA is pleased to announce the addition of two new ETT Teachers who are committed to the advancement of ETT. Please join us in welcoming Carole Gilmore, LPC and Linda Doutre, LPC, LMFT. Expect great things to come with these two dynamic professionals joining our team!
ETTIA is pleased to announce the addition of four new Board Members. Please join us in welcoming Susan Cizmas, LPC – Director of Promotions, Maria D. Crump, MS, LPC – Secretary, Julie Merriman, PhD, NCC, LPC-S, RPT-S – Director of Education, and Olga Wingood, MFT – Director of Membership. The ETTIA board is excited to have …
“Good therapy is an art, not a science. You might have to learn the techniques and the science, but you must practice. And you keep practicing so that once you are in the room with your client you are dancing.” −Amber Skye Rickert, LCSW, MPH
April 27-29, 2018 Austin, Texas