Southern NV Community for (EFT) Emotionally Focused Therapy
Emotionally Focused Therapy is a model of counseling based on validated research, that focuses on helping disconnected couples restore emotional safety, connection and intimacy in their relationships. EFT is effective for couples, individuals and families. Based on attachment theory and pioneered by Dr. Sue Johnson, the need to form close bonds and connect to a close loved one is a universal human need. It can feel very painful and hopeless when we experience disconnection in our primary love relationships. Get connected with an EFT therapist today and start on the road to healing your connection and restoring intimacy to your relationship.
Dr. Sue Johnson and her work with EFT has advanced what we know about the nature of romantic love and bonding in adulthood.
The Southern Nevada Community for EFT is a (501C3) non-profit community of mental health practitioners committed to creating safe and secure bonds in couples and families, and helping to create healing for emotional and relational brokenness for all who need it. This community's mission is to make training affordable for its therapists and to offer diverse learning and education classes. As a Community we are committed to standing united against messages of hatred.
Emotionally Focused Therapy, pioneered by Sue Johnson, is the most effective therapy model for healing couples in conflict & distress, rebuilding emotional security respect, and intimacy. It also helps foster loving and healthy relationships that last.
Emotionally Focused Therapy is an inclusive model of counseling, helping couples, individuals and families from all backgrounds and walks of life. SNVEFT also models diversity and inclusion by having an open door policy to all ICEEFT Certified EFT Trainers, and welcoming a diversity of training courses.
EFT Counseling is now available in the UK, Europe, Romania and many countries around the world.
EFT gives therapist's a clear road map for helping couples in distress. Research studies find that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements.