Chad Imhoff, PH.D., LPC, LMFT

Dr. Chad Imhoff is an EFT Certified Therapist, EFT Supervisor, Arkansas Board Certified Supervisor and the director of the Arkansas EFT Community in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He has been a vital part of the growth of Emotionally Focused Therapy in Arkansas since 2013 where he has accumulated over 600 hours of EFT Training and has been a facilitator in  over 30 EFT Trainings around the country. In 2017, the Arkansas Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy was established and Dr. Imhoff was named the Director.  As current Director of ARCEFT, Dr. Imhoff continues to develop and facilitate EFT trainings held in Arkansas. Additionally, Dr. Imhoff serves as a mentor and colleague to over thirty staff members at The Joshua Center in Fayetteville where he serves as Therapist and Clinical Coordinator. In 2019, Dr. Imhoff completed his Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Arkansas with his dissertation focus on ‘The Effectiveness of Created for Connection,’ which is an adaptation of the ‘Hold Me Tight’ program developed by two prominent experts in the field of psychotherapy, exclusively EFT, Dr. Sue Johnson and Kenneth Sanderfer. Chad and his wife, Angela, are sought out, professional leaders in the local community where they hold regular Created for Connection workshop weekends and dominate these workshops with their authenticity and their vision for secure relationship, their passion for relational transformation, and their purpose for seeing healing and change happen among individuals and couples.  Dr. Imhoff is passionate about helping therapists develop in EFT, guiding clients to experience a difference in their relationship, supervising future counselors for leadership in the field, and above all, is a devoted husband and father. Dr. Imhoff currently resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas with his wife, Angela, and their daughter.