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This study changes the way therapists treat couples and families…

Sue Johnson, Ed.D.

Research shows that secure attachment gives us a more articulated and positive sense of self. It also changes the way we perceive threats and makes us feel safer in the world.

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is the only model of couple intervention that uses a systematic empirically validated theory to shift partners from distress, disconnection and despair to a safe, secure and lasting bond.

Today, I want to share a brief video exploring my recent groundbreaking study so you can discover the science behind the comprehensive EFT model.

The results are shocking...

Notice: The information shared in this eye-opening video could completely change the way you approach treatment with your clients.

Enjoy the free video.

Sue Johnson, Ed.D., and The PESI Team

P.S. Want to learn more about how you can help couples, children, and families grow within their relationships — even in the presence of complex issues such as trauma, abuse or neglect? Check out my new online course (but hurry, the introductory enrollment period isn't open for long).

Topic: Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry

Tags: Couple Therapy | Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

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