Awarded the Order of Canada Established in 1967 the Order of Canada recognizes Canadians who have given dedication and service to their community and country. It’s no wonder, and certainly is delightful, our own Dr. Sue Johnson has received this honor. Dr. Sue Johnson has given so much to community, country and the world. She […]
Emotionally Focused Therapy
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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.
Today I share a poem by Certified EFT Therapist and Supevisor-In-Training Jennifer Olden about learning Emotionally Focused Therapy. LOVE HERO by Jennifer Olden To the discouraged EFT therapist You will fail. Utterly. Profoundly. You will fail. There will be a failed enactment, a failed session and a failed couple. And more than one. Just settle […]
Some of you have been reading the discussion on the EFT list about therapist shame in learning a new treatment model and how being back in a vulnerable learning place can trigger our own shame. The book: Shame In The Therapy Hour came up as helpful in the discussion. I was so excited about this […]