Becoming an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist: The Workbook
Susan M. Johnson, Brent Bradley, James L. Furrow, Alison Lee, Gail Palmer, Doug Tilley, Scott Woolley
Taylor & Francis, Sep 7, 2005 - Psychology - 416 pages
An invaluable tool for clinicians and students, Becoming an Emotionally Focused Therapist: The Workbook takes the reader on an adventure – the quest to become a competent, confident, and passionate couple and family therapist. In an accessible resource for training and supervision, seven expert therapists lead the reader through the nine essential steps of EFT with explicit intervention strategies. Suitable as a companion volume to The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, 2nd Ed. or as a stand-alone learning tool, the workbook provides an easy road-map to mastering the art of EFT with exercises, review sheets and practice models. Unprecedented in its novel and interactive approach, this is a must-have for all therapists searching for lasting and efficient results in couple therapy.
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Workbook on couple therapy should be used as a companion to the text, The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Creating Connection, 2nd edition, c2004. Offers a discussion of topics such as ... Read full review