Susan Johnson Shows How Couples Can Heal from the Inside Out
When a couple enters therapy to address sexual problems, are their fundamental issues confined to the bedroom?
Rarely, says Susan Johnson, originator of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Her work demonstrates how therapists can safely explore deep issues of intimacy and connection.
In our all-new webcast series on the practical applications of attachment theory, Sue discusses how therapists can help couples heal their relationship from the inside out.
In this video clip, Sue explains EFT’s role in the process.
Susan Johnson is just one of the six innovators included in our all-new video webcast series, Is Attachment the Problem? Putting Attachment Theory into Practice. It’s a great way to learn from experts including Bruce Ecker, Diane Poole Heller, Daniel Hughes, Maggie Phillips, and David Feinstein, and there is no more convenient, enjoyable way to expand your clinical repertoire. To learn more about this popular webcast, click here.
Want to learn more about attachment theory and clinical practice? Here’s a free article that’s popular with your peers: “Are You There for Me? Understanding the Foundations of Couples Conflict” by Susan Johnson.
Need CEs? Audio Courses available include The Heart of the Matter: A Clinician’s Guide to Attachment Theory with Susan Johnson.
About Susan Johnson: Susan helped develop Emotionally Focused Therapy, and is the director of the Ottawa Couple and Family Institute and the International Center for Excellence in EFT. Her latest book is Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love.