Founded in 2011, isEFT is an international society for Emotion Focused Therapy (commonly abbreviated as "EFT") training centers. Emotion Focused Therapy is an empirically-supported psychotherapy approach that views emotions as centrally important in human functioning and therapeutic change. An emotion-focused approach promotes emotional awareness, expression, regulation, understanding and transformation of emotion and the development of empathy as a path to health and well-being in individuals and couples. It is an evidence-based approach to the treatment of problems in living and interpersonal problems and is dedicated to the scientific study of the process of human change in therapy.
Changing Emotions with Emotions
EFT TRAINERS' MEETING (in person) – June 27-28, 2023
ISEFT CONFERENCE (in person) – June 29-30, 2023
CONFERENCE THEME: CHANGING EMOTIONS IN A CHANGING WORLD
The Conference Website is online! The portal to register is open!
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL IN PORTO!
Interview Rhonda Goldman EFT Couples, febr. 2023
Webinar 'Deliberate Practice in Emotion Focused Therapy', maart 2023
Emotion Focused Podcast, hosted by dr. Lou Cooper
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We are very excited to announce that isEFT has become an organizational WAPCEPC (World Association for Person Centered & Experiential Psychotherapy & Counseling) MEMBER. As such, we can now offer the Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies PCEP journal to our isEFT members at a reduced price (4 issues per year). If you want more information on the isEFT membership and the PCEP journal, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Portuguese EFT institute (SPTFE - Sociedade Portuguesa de Terapia Focada nas Emoções) is proud to host the upcoming isEFT conference in Porto, Portugal.
We hope you can join us in Porto for a lively gathering on Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT). More information on the program and registration will follow soon on this website.
On the world's third Emotion Awareness Day in 2023 we pay international extra attention to Emotions as our main driver and compass. An international day to 'celebrate emotions'!. To stay informed about the program on June 2nd follow: https://www.emotionawarenessday.com/
The members of the Board of isEFT wish to express their deep sadness on the death of Melissa Harte, an International Trainer with the Australian Institute for EFT in Melbourne, Australia. Melissa was an esteemed and cherished colleague. She will be remembered for her energy, dedication, and enthusiasm as she worked to build an EFT Institute in Australia, sharing the approach widely with colleagues and clients. EFT as an approach and the International Organisation grew stronger with her contributions. Her presence among us will be missed in the years to come but her legacy and memory will live on. Our sincere condolences to her family and friends. www.aieft.org
Debate "Transforming emotional memories: from science to clinical practice". Emotional Memory by David Sander and Changing emotion with emotion by Leslie Greenberg. video
How do you change emotions? Les Greenberg: video
Why are emotions important? Les Greenberg: video
What is the role of emotion in distress? video
New Therapist talks to Les Greenberg: video
Interview with Les Greenberg about EFT by Juliette Becking, video
Talking about evolution and essence of EFT - Jeanne Watson, video
Emotion Focused Therapy for Depression, Jeanne Watson: video
More videos here
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) has evolved in recent years to have a significant impact on the field of psychotherapy. Its increasing popularity and the growing support for its efficacy with a wide variety of problems have made EFT an important approach to psychotherapy treatment. Please click here to view a list of books written by primary developers of EFT.