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Become an EFT Therapist – Here’s Why

Want to grow your practice? Interested in growing your therapy skills? Consider couples therapy as a specialty and train in Emotionally Focused Therapy. The way to becoming an EFT therapist is through ICEEFT, the umbrella organization for [...]

EFT Couples Therapist: Personal & Professional Meet

Here's a bit of my journey to becoming an EFT couples therapist. September, 2006 saw me heading to Ottawa to attend a couple's therapist training. I am a couple's therapist so nothing unusual in that. [...]

EFT Couple’s Therapy Changes the Brain

Typically it’s a significant health care concern of some kind that gets most people into an fMRI machine. Imagine that instead of a health care concern, it's your participation in a research study that gets you [...]

Living with Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde

Inspired by a blog post that discussed a woman’s marital issues with a husband who had recently exhibited wild mood swings heretofore unseen in a twenty-five-year-old marriage, Helena Madsen wrote this article to try to [...]

By |2019-03-03T21:53:46+00:00June 12th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Browsing The Web, Emotionally Focused Therapy|0 Comments

Happy Marriage in 21 Minutes

It's a challenge to have a happy marriage. Marriage satisfaction can suffer a slow and inevitable decline over time. Couples counselling is one method that can prevent this. One research study holds promise for an [...]

By |2019-05-30T18:33:55+00:00June 10th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Browsing The Web, Emotionally Focused Therapy|0 Comments

Disengaged Dan, Snappy Susie*…and EFT

Consider Dan and Susan. Dan balances work deadlines and kids’ soccer games. Susan juggles a full time job, parenting responsibilities and a passion for community theater. Lately they’ve been arguing a lot. After the arguments [...]

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