I think you’ll love Carl and Sandra if you see them – I sure loved working with them. Through this video set you can learn more about Emotionally Focused Therapy while you see this delightful couple move towards secure attachment in Emotionally Focused Therapy: A Complete Treatment when you go to psychotherapy.net Or cut and […]
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I loved discussing with and interviewing Dr. Lori Schade when she came on Talk Time to share her dissertation, which recently won the prestigious AAMFT Research Award. What she discovered is applicable to every therapeutic model.
So much of the time what I see therapist’s struggle with is accessing the primary emotion of the withdrawer and really attuning with the person in that position in the negative cycle. You know that when you’re working with couples as an EFT therapist, you’ll determine partner positions from the couple seated in front of […]