Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a research based modality that has been validated by over 30 years of empirical research. It is considered one of the most effective evidenced-based therapeutic models available today in working with individuals, couples and families. It has been applied to different kinds of problems and populations. EFT aims to shape new corrective emotional experiences, well-functioning relationships and better patterns of engagement with intimate others. Sue Johnson is one of the original founders and the main proponent of EFT. She is the author of several books either for therapists or couples, such as Hold me Tight, Love sense, and Attachment Theory in Practice.
EGYCEFT targets educating mental health professionals using the EFT model. It promotes practice and training of EFT, based on validated outcome research, as well as increase public awareness for high quality therapy.
EGYCEFT is a growing community of mental health professionals. Its fundamental aspect is to have a supportive, collaborative community and create a sense of belonging.
A central aspect of our mission is to respect all cultures. Cultural inclusion in EGYCEFT aims to value everyone for who they are and provide a safe, non-judgmental environment to promote connection and a sense of belonging.
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