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“I believe in the compelling power of love. I do not understand it. I believe it to be the most fragrant blossom of all this thorny existence.”

Theodore Drieser


Couples often seek treatment when they’re experiencing communication and conflict breakdowns, generally feeling distanced and isolated from one another, or are experiencing a major rupture in their relationship. Whatever the reason for seeking treatment, EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy) is an attachment based model designed to bring both partners back into the attachment relationship with one another. EFT helps partners assume mutual responsibility for their problematic cycles of conflict while expanding empathy and understanding for one another. The work is designed to strengthen the attachment between partners by moving beyond their conflict impasses and developing the language of vulnerability to turn towards
one another, rather than away.


EFT is best used to help partners treat:

  • Communication Breakdowns

  • Patterns of Conflict

  • Feelings of Isolation and Detachment

  • Addictions in the Relationship

  • Infidelity and/or Forms of Betrayal

  • Sexual Difficulties

  • Adjusting to Life Transitions within the Context of the Relationship (i.e. birth of a child or new
    sibling, loss of employment, etc).

  • Parenting Difficulties

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