Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling with a sample of 32 couples, researchers examined session-by-session changes in couples’ relationship-specific attachment behaviors.
Shaping new interactions between distressed partners can feel like playing a violin in the middle of a war zone. If you’re going to help your couples heal, you have to know what to do when these new interactions start to go wrong.
Fortunately, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) provides us with a clear map to help partners have conversations that redefine a distressed relationship and ensure we’re shaping a more secure bond — the kind of bond we all long for and need. In this video, Dr. Sue Johnson demonstrates two simple EFT techniques that you can immediately use with your couples to make sure that shaping these new, loving conversations goes smoothly.
Success In Vulnerability
“Top performers don’t wing it, they push themselves to the edge and they consciously and deliberately plan for what they’re going to do next. They plan, rehearse, and reflect on their work” (Miller, 2013).
Success in Vulnerability is designed to provide the most targeted and efficient use of your out-of-session practice time, focusing on the most difficult and most essential points of psychotherapy. SV is your premier, online education experience that leads with innovative instruction to advance your therapeutic effectiveness through exclusive Modules and full-length Clinical Examples.
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- Offered Year RoundMissoula, MTOffered Year RoundMissoula, MTOffered Year RoundMissoula, MTEFT is a challenging, integrated model of therapy to learn and master, and supervision is an essential experience in becoming a better EFT therapist. Jennifer offers individual and group supervision to therapists who want to hone their skills and clinical effectiveness in EFT.
- Offered Year RoundMissoula, MTOffered Year RoundMissoula, MTOffered Year RoundMissoula, MTClinical Supervision is the dynamic interchange between the supervisor and the beginning practitioner. Jennifer's goal as a clinical supervisor, is to provide an environment in which the supervisee can be open to his/her experience and to fully engaged with their client.