Eman Onsy is one of EGYCEFT founders and the chair of Family and Couples Section of Egyptian Association for Group Therapies (EAGT). Onsy is an individual & couples counselor, and a group therapist. She got her Masters degree in counseling psychology from the American university in Cairo (AUC) in 2013. However, Onsy has started her career in marital relationships in 2006, where she was responsible for preparing materials for courses about marital relationships in a development organization. Afterwards, she worked on co-founding a portal in 2009 focused on publishing articles about marriage from different perspectives. Since 2013, Onsy practices couples counseling from the Emotional Focused Couples Therapy approach (EFT). In the past few years, Onsy has been able to build a network for EFT in Egypt and supported EAGT family and couples section to grow. She has helped to bring ICEEFT (EFT diploma) training to Egypt and has supported having Egyptian EFT candidates who finished externship and core skills. Currently, she gets EFT supervision with Rebecca Jorgensen (Certified EFT Supervisor).
Along with her practice in couples therapy, Onsy has obtained EAGT Group Psychotherapy Diploma based on the Four Step Model. Onsy also got an intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy from Linehan Institute/BRTC, University of Washington, USA. In addition, Onsy holds Diploma in the Dawar Approach to Psychodrama in collaboration with Therapeutic Spiral International Institute. Onsy is trained in using Internal Family System (IFS) approach. Currently, Onsy is enrolled in the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute Diploma.
In addition, her Master’s thesis was about the most common conflicts of Egyptian couples and their attitude towards seeking couples counseling. Her thesis paper was presented in the World Conference on Psychology and Sociology in Belgium in 2013, and Egyptian Association Group Therapy conference in 2016. It was also published in September in 2014. She is also a member of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy (IAGP) and a member of the American Association of Group Psychotherapy mail list.