I used to frequently get stuck when I was learning EFT couple therapy. I knew there was some next step, other intervention, or way to manage the mayhem when it got going but for the life of me I didn’t know what it was or what to do. Thank goodness for the EFT Training note […]
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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 […]