Dr. Greg Cheney is a Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) in the US Army, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. He holds master degrees in divinity and counseling. He also holds a doctorate in Counseling and Counselor Education from North Carolina State University. He is stationed at Fort Bragg, NC where he is the Director of both the Watters Family Life Center for Counseling & Resiliency and the Family Life Chaplain Training Program. Greg spent years deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan while assigned to airborne infantry and Special Forces units and a career caring for soldiers and their families upon their return. As an ICEEFT certified EFT Trainer, his combat experience informs how he approaches EFT for use with combat veterans and first responders. Greg is passionate about honoring the sacrifice of these heroes and their families.
Teri Murphy, PhD, LMFT
Dr. Teri Murphy is a certified Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) trainer, supervisor and therapist and former assistant professor at Trevecca Nazarene University and guest speaker at Vanderbilt University’s nurse practitioner program, where she taught the EFT model. Her PhD is in Clinical Counseling, Education, and Supervision. Teri trains EFT for local centres and communities in TN, KY, AL, MT, and Southern NV. Teri also trains Family Life Chaplains with the U.S. Army and supports the Army Strong Bonds program. Teri is the Co-Director for EFT Tennessee, the ICEEFT Center in Tennessee. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been in private practice in the Nashville area for over 10 years. Prior to her therapy training, Teri was an engineer in Space and Missile Systems with the United States Air Force. Presently, Teri is developing training in self-of-the-therapist, fun ways to learn research, and spiritual integration in EFT.