Emotionally Focused Therapy is the most successful long-term approach to building strong relationships. We offer counseling services for couples, families, and individuals.
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What Is EFT?
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is an empirically supported, highly effective treatment for depression, interpersonal problems, trauma, avoidant personality disorder, and restructuring distressed couple relationships into safe and secure bonds with long-lasting results.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a short term approach to therapy based on the attachment needs of each individual. EFT uncovers and treats deep core issues rather than focusing on surface behaviors. Couples, families and individuals can greatly benefit from EFT treatment.
Can Emotionally Focused Therapy Help Me?
EFT for Families
Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) is a short term model of therapy used to strengthen family bonds and change negative patterns of interaction. EFFT is effective when working with immediate family, extended family, and business relationships. More information on EFFT is available at www.iceeft.com.
EFT for Individuals
Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) Individual treatment can be helpful and healing when dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, and many other mental health issues. EFIT is a gentle therapeutic method used to heal trauma without re-traumatizing. EFIT may be combined with other therapeutic interventions depending on individual needs and is an effective treatment for children, youth and adults. More information on EFIT is available to www.iceeft.com.
EFT For Couples
Treatment creates new understanding of relationships, stops negative cycles of conflict, heals emotional wounds and creates safety. A substantial body of research outlining the effectiveness of EFT now exists. For example, research studies find that 70-75% of married couples move from distress to recovery after receiving emotionally focused therapy and approximately 90% of married couples show significant improvements following treatment.