Healthy Families, Healthy lives.
Dedicated to helping people create healthy attachmentS
We are an affiliate of ICEEFT The international center for excellence in emotionally focused therapy.
"ICEEFT serves as a center of excellence for the promotion of secure, resilient individuals and successful relationships between partners and within families. Our mission includes the further expansion and refinement of the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) model through process and outcome research. Another central aspect of our mission is to educate health professionals and to increase public awareness about the efficacy of EFT and its role in strengthening relationship bonds." http://www.iceeft.com/index.php
What is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)?
"EFT is a structured approach to couples therapy formulated in the 1980's and has developed alongside the science on adult attachment and bonding to expand our understanding about what is happening in couple relationships and to guide therapists. In the last fifteen years, Dr. Johnson and her colleagues have further developed and refined the model and completed numerous studies. EFT is also used with families and individuals. A substantial body of research outlining the effectiveness of EFT now exists. Research studies find that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements. For more information on EFT research, please see http://www.iceeft.com/index.php/eft-research . The major contraindication for EFT is on-going abuse in the relationship. EFT is being used with many different kinds of couples in private practice, university training centers and hospital clinics and many different cultural groups throughout the world. These distressed couples include partners suffering from disorders such as depression, post traumatic stress disorders and chronic illness.Type your paragraph here."
Arkansas EFT’s mission: To connect therapists that are passionate about helping people with Emotionally Focused Therapy resources and training in order to provide the best quality of care for individuals, couples, and families and support therapists in this growth process.
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