"An amazing book! A must-read for anyone interested in learning EFT!” —Scott R. Woolley, Ph.D.
As an EFT therapist I am committed to helping clients and colleagues stand together for healing and safety during the increase in hate crimes and protests of white supremacy across the US. These activities are also reverberating in Canada with anti-immigrant and nationalist rallies. EFT therapists are committed to creating safe, secure bonds in couples, families and societies, and we decry the messages of hatred and white supremacy recently being advanced.
Many of our colleagues, clients and members of our communities have grown up as targets of different types of oppression, and expressions of hatred and protests are reopening old wounds. We work and pray for a society that attends to its most vulnerable, in our belief that this is what creates a safe and thriving community for all.
EFT Training and Therapy aims to cultivate a climate of inclusion, where all can feel safe, valued, and affirmed. We view love and meaningful secure connections with one another as a birthright to all human beings and strive to promote a more loving humanity and community for all. We hope for a world in which every person can embrace their universal human attachment needs and thrive without fear of persecution or marginalization as a result of gender expression, race, ethnic or national origin, religion, sexual/affectional orientation, family structure, age, class, mental health, physical character or disability.
Here are two videos portraying examples of love at its best, in a diverse world:
You may be in a couple relationship that:
If you are feeling lonely, depressed or anxious because of relationship problems, you are not alone. If your relationship is stuck in a rut of conflict, sadness, distance and frustration, you know how heavily this weighs on your entire life. You may see how it darkens your moods, damages your physical health and even upsets your children, other family members and friends.
The important thing is that your relationship doesn’t have to stay this way…
Through marriage or couples therapy, you can save your relationship and:
In fact couples or marriage therapy can help you have a positive, loving relationship that will strengthen your confidence, lighten your mood and fill you with energy and hope.
I am a registered marriage and family therapist who has enjoyed practicing couples and marriage therapy for 20 years. I use an approach that has been rigorously researched and found to be one of the most effective approaches to couples therapy. It is known as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).
A meta-analysis (analysis of several studies) in 1999 found that 73% of couples treated with EFT recovered from their distress and 86% made significant improvements in their relationship.
If you are at a loss as to how to begin to save your relationship now is the time to meet with a couples or marriage therapist. If you long to be “Number One” for each other again and to feel the comfort of the other’s arms, contact me to find out how. As a marriage and couples therapist, I can help to open the door to find your lost love and friendship.
If you don’t know where else to turn, I have the mix of therapy experience, credentials, skills and a warm empathic heart, that will help you save your relationship. You can rediscover love that binds and saves you from separation or divorce.
As a marriage and family therapist, I can help you to create a loving bond that will relieve your relationship stress and increase your happiness and love for each other. See How I Work and My Approach for more detail about what is unique about my approach.
Through marriage or couples therapy, I can help you save your relationship before it breaks apart completely.
Why not step out of your negative and painful ruts?
Let’s explore whether you are both willing to rediscover what is lost and save your relationship.
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