The Differences between EFT & EFIT

Thirty years ago Dr. Sue Johnson developed a therapeutic model known as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Today, EFT is the gold standard for potent, proven couples intervention.

Now, she’s adapted the foundational principles of EFT to individuals: Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT). Based on hundreds of studies on human attachment and three decades of research...

This new, evidence-based approach for individuals is proven to help clients suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. Take a look at the differences (and similarities) between EFT and EFIT in this infographic:

Transform Your Clinical Work with EFIT
Dr. Sue Johnson's Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT)
Finally, there is a map offered to us by attachment science to work in an organic, on-target way to help clients with trauma, anxiety, and depression.

To that map, add the wisdom of 30 years of clinical experience and outcome studies on Emotionally Focused Therapy and you have the right way to tune into clients’ emotions and help them shift from numbing or agitation into emotional balance and the ability to trust the self and engage fully with others.

Known for her ground-breaking intervention – Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy—Dr. Sue Johnson will show you the set of proven interventions to shape transformational emotional moments for your individual clients in every session.

Topic: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

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