Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a short term (8-20 sessions), structured approach to individual, couples and family therapy. Developed by Drs. Sue Johnson and Les Greenberg, EFT helps clients change distressful or unwanted emotional states by increasing client’s ability to manage and express emotions. Clients undergoing EFT are helped to better identify, experience, explore, make sense of, transform and flexibly manage their emotional experiences. A central component to EFT focuses on helping clients to express their emotions in a way that allows for positive responses from the people around them.
Why Jennifer Uses Emotionally Focused Therapy
In my experience, no other method gets to the heart of the issue more effectively: Identifying core needs to feel secure and safe. EFT is proven to work in moving individuals and couples from distress to recovery. Research shows approximately 90% of persons undergoing EFT show significant improvements. Please click to view articles and books on EFT.
Who Benefits from EFT?
Individuals looking to improve relationships, cope with loss & connect with others.
Couples who feel “disconnected”; lost trust; feel hopeless, unloved, insecure; fight constantly.
Pre-marriage Couples who are looking to assess and strengthen their relationship foundation.
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