About EFT Therapy
A good relationship makes life worth living. It helps you live a longer, healthier life. If your relationship is less than good you are missing out on the best part of what your life could offer. A major aspect of the relationship therapy I provide, is called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Research has shown it to be the most successful approach to developing safe, loving relationships.
EFT Research has shown that over 80% of couples who have participated in this therapy have shown significant and permanent improvement. EFT is based on our knowledge of attachment and emotional bonding of couples. Maybe your relationship is based on negative emotional bonds, learned from insecure attachments of the past. You can learn to change that negative cycle to a positive bond of love. So, let go of those negative emotional cycle today with EFT, the couples therapy that works.
As adults, we all want that one very special relationship with another. This is true whether you are married, are contemplating marriage or are in a long term committed relationship. Or, maybe you are alone or dating and desiring that someone who can add meaning in your life. You want your partner to deeply understand you, your differences from each other and to accept you for the person you are.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) was developed by Sue Johnson, Professor of Psychology at the University of Ottawa. It is endorsed by the American Psychological Association as scientifically proven with over 86% of couples reporting feeling happier in their relationships. You can read about it in her new bood, 'Hold Me Tight.'
Also, my associates and I work with families to provide a drug-free treatment called EEG Biogeedback, or Neurofeedback. We help children and adults address problems of brain dysregulation, including ADHD, Autism, Asperger's, Stress, Anxiety, Depression and OCD, while reducing the stress in your family.