Category: Emotion-focused therapy (EFT)

Emotion-focused therapy combines a client-centred therapeutic approach with process-directive, marker-guided interventions derived from experiential and Gestalt therapies applied at in-session intrapsychic and/or interpersonal targets. Strategies (including empty-chair and two-chair dialogues, and bodily-felt sense focusing) facilitate the creation of a new compassionate and accepting self-view and the letting go of anger and hurt in relation to others.

Coping With Change at Work

This article explores the effects on staff of major workplace change from a psychosocial perspective. It draws on current research and established models to promote...

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The Power of Sorry

  “Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future” Paul Boese After a recent disagreement with a person, I started thinking...

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