Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Creating Connection


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Published USA, 1996. 2nd edition, 2004
Sue Johnson brings up to date the EFT clinical road map that she provided in the highly regarded 1996 edition., incorporating the latest clinical research results, new case studies, a discussion of the growth of couple therapy as a field, and coverage of such new topics as EFT and post-traumatic stress disorder, EFT and forgiveness and reconciliation, and EFT and feminism. The new edition also includes greatly expanded coverage on adult attachment and its relevance to the couple and family therapist, and a section on culture and cultural competence for the EFT therapist. One of the best documented, most substantive and well-researched approaches to couple therapy, EFT offers a broad, profound and clinically relevant relational theory.

The Field of Couple Therapy and EFT
Changing the Music: Toward De-Escalation
Deepening Engagement
Emotional Engagement: Enactments and Bonding
The Consolidation of a Secure Base
Key Clinical Issues and Solutions
Emotionally-Focused Family Therapy
Relationship Traumas: Addressing Attachment Injuries

Sue Johnson maintains a private practice and lives in Ottawa, Canada.
Paperback. 361 pages

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