What do you do when you feel like you have tried to reach the one you love and still end up feeling stuck? EFT can help.
Of couples who use Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), research studies find that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements.
EFT or Emotionally Focused Therapy offers couples, families and individuals a relatively-short, structured path to solving their relationship problems. Dr. Sue Johnson and Dr. Les Greenberg launched EFT in the early 1980s as a way to help partners find their way back to love and happiness. Since then Dr. Johnson has continued to develop the model and added the study of attachment theory to the mix, helping therapists and couples themselves best understand what is happening in their relationships.
Today EFT is used in private practice, university training centers, hospital clinics and other therapeutic settings around the world. And, it works. Research shows that more than 70 percent of couples who try EFT move from distress to recovery, and about 90 percent show significant improvement. Problems distressed couples address in the sessions include depression, post-traumatic stress disorders and chronic illness.