Emotion-Focused Psychotherapy : A Practitioner’s Guide
A new book by Michelle Webster, to be released soon in 2019.
What happens when you see the effects of childhood maltreatment – when you have been trained in short-term work and you need another way to work with clients? This is the dilemma facing many practitioners. The Emotion-Focused approach has now been developed into a long-term psychotherapy. It is a humanistically and psychodynamically based relational psychotherapy, a treatment that understands the importance of emotions and processing emotional experience as well as the re-experiencing and regressions that are required for healing.
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EFT-Online is an online journal for practitioners in Emotion-Focused work developed in collaboration between the trainers at the Institute for Emotionally Focused Therapy. It is an international, peer-reviewed journal which aims to contribute to the practice of counselling and psychotherapy in Emotion Focused work. The EFT-Online publishes counselling and therapy articles, case-studies, and practitioner-based research featuring single-case studies, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches.
EFT-Online encourages practitioners in particular as well as trainers, researchers, students and educators to submit articles for publication. The editorial group aims to encourage aspiring authors to contribute to the sharing of information relevant to practitioners. The editorial group will encourage articles that inspire the reader, written in easy English and/or employing creative methods of writing.