Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo says Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) provides clinically proven strategies to assist couples to renew their trust and develop a deeper level of intimacy and connection. Developed during the 1980s EFT is now one of the leading forms of couples’ therapy. Research indicates that a good 70% of couples receiving EFT recover from relationship distress, and of those who recover, 90% of them experience significantly more satisfaction in their love relationship. Some of the vital aspects of EFT are:
Psychologist Shivani will take great care of you as she is an expert EFT therapist with who you can like, trust and collaborate. You will begin by talking with Shivani about the issues and obstructions keeping you from having the relationship you desire.
Identify negative patterns: Once you have established a rapport with psychologist Shivani she will observe your relationship dynamics and assist you to begin uncovering the emotions and needs behind the negative traits and cycles in your relationship.
Explore your feelings: Next, your EFT therapist Shivani Sadhoo will guide you through new conversations formed on honest emotions. You and your partner are likely to uncover feelings and needs you never know you had. In therapy, you will have a safe horizon to be vulnerable and learn to see things from each other's point of view, and you will explore how these emotions affect your patterns and cycles.
Rewire the connection: EFT therapist Shivani will assist you to learn to use those emotions, needs, and fears as methods to connect rather than disconnect. You will create new pathways for listening and staying in sync with each other's feelings, and map out healthy manners to address those old patterns and situations as they arise.
Psychologist Shivani says EFT is most commonly used in couples therapy, and mostly adapted to address family and individual relationship issues too. You might need EFT techniques to help you deal with - depression, anxiety, frequent conflicts between partners, lack of intimacy, life transitions or family change, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).