We are grateful for the courage of those who risked their lives to protest this hatred and we mourn as a community the death of Heather Heyer and pray for the full recovery of those injured and emotionally impacted by the events of this weekend. We know that many of our clients and members of our community have grown up as targets of many different types of oppression and experience the increase in hate crimes around the country as reopening of old wounds.
We stand committed to helping our clients and our colleagues stand together for healing, strength and protection, and we pray for a society that attends to its most vulnerable, in our belief that this is what creates a safe and thriving community for all.
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SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR SERVICE MEMBERS
Coming home is a relief and yet it brings special challenges. NYCEFT Clinicians are lending a hand. NYCEFT volunteer member therapists are providing free, unlimited and confidential Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy – (EFT) for military service members who served in Iraq or Afghanistan and their loved ones.
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We have EFT couple therapists in the Greater New York area volunteering in providing their professional expertise for this deserving population. READ MORE »
NYCEFT Supports the 4th Annual EFT Summit!
Sue Johnson, founder of EFT, recognized by Canada
July 4, 2016 -
Dr Sue Johnson has just been awarded the Order of Canada. This is the highest civilian award given by the Canadian Government for Outstanding Achievement, Dedication to the Community and Service to the Nation. Sue was given this award in recognition for her paradigm shifting, innovative work in couple and family therapy interventions, her research and her contribution to the training of mental health professionals around the globe, as well as her popular educational books and programs for the public.
Scientific American recognizes Sue Johnson's work in human attachment!
We are delighted to inform you that Scientific American, the internationally respected journal of scientific discovery and research news has published a wonderfully accessible article about Sue Johnson's work with attachment and helping people have more fulfilling relationships. You can view or download the complete article here.
What is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT?)
A Research-Validated Approach to Repairing Injuries and Strengthening Bonds Between Couples and Families.
After 30 years of research into attachment theory and its role in relationships, we now have interventions and clinical frameworks for changing patterns of negative interactions into positive dance steps that create security and strong bonds for our clients.