EFT, Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples helps partners to understand each other better. Feelings are often unexpressed or misunderstood. Our primary relationship is either a source of distress and pain or a source of comfort and joy. At our Hold Me Tight workshop, I will help you learn how to deal with your feelings together, reach towards each other instead of pulling apart or fighting, and be more loving and responsive. In our workshop we create a supportive, validating, compassionate, and fun time together. You will leave with new tools to help give you confidence in your future together.
“We had a positive experience, good step to protective focused time to grow and reflect.”
“We were stuck in a cycle that we could not get out of. While we still have work to do, I feel that we are leaving here understanding each other far better and feeling like we are on the same team. Thank you for helping us to really ‘hear’ one another for the first time in a long time.” Cheryl
“We came into this workshop with one partner uncomfortable participating but, through their courage and the safe welcoming environment fostered by the facilitators, we had some lovely conversations about both our challenges and our strengths as a couple.” H.A.
“This workshop was a valuable tool I can refer to in my relationship. It was small group, personable, and the facilitators/facilitator did an excellent job of presenting the information and guiding me and my significant other through the process and helping us work on things.”DJA
“The workshop taught me how to connect with my partner in a deeper fuller way and sidestep the unproductive arguments that would get in the way of heartfelt connection.” Tom D.
“The workshop helped me and my husband of 30+ years see how we get caught in negative cycles and begin to learn to see each other in a new light and look under the surface emotions to the deeper hurts and fears. The safe space and support provided allowed us to be more open and vulnerable with each other and to begin to repair old hurts and create new patterns of interaction and bonding. I also learned the importance of slowing down the interactions with my partner so that we can both really feel our feelings and process them.” M.G.
Friday, January 25, 2019: 9:30AM-6:30PM
Saturday, January 26, 2019: 9:30AM-5PM
48 Monroe Street, Corner of Pierrepont St and Monroe Pl
Brooklyn, NY 11201