In the 1980s, Dr Sue Johnson decided to develop a new therapy that would focus on emotions from a new light, and Dr Leslie Greenberg further developed this therapy. This newly developed therapy came to be known as emotionally focussed therapy or short for EFT. This is short term therapy that many couples facing problems in their relationship tend to go for. Emotionally focussed therapy lasts for about 20 sessions, but not more than that—many top psychologists in India practice EFT.
The therapy seeks to help distressed couples find happiness in their lives again by bridging the emotional distance between them and increasing their attachment to each other.
When to use emotionally focussed therapy?
Emotionally focussed therapy mainly focuses on adult relationships. So this therapy is mainly used when a couple is in distress. It can be about their failing marriage or the growing distance between them. Relationships often crumble or get sour when certain unexpected situations and events occur in one’s lives, so the best psychologist in Chennai, India, uses EFT to focus on the negative emotions that one feels and turns them to positive. Top psychologists in India also use EFT to help out families grieving the loss of their parents or child. The therapy also helps a family or a couple to come to terms with one’s illness. Apart from mending relationships, the therapy can also help out individuals suffering from depression or severe trauma.
What to Expect from Emotionally Focussed Therapy?
EFT focuses on emotions; how emotions can shape a person. You can use your emotions to understand who you are, which is what the top psychologists in India do. You may not realize the dormant feelings or emotions. Once you start your EFT session, your therapist will help you discover these hidden emotions with the help of cognitive-behavioural therapy. Cognitive-behavioural therapy will help determine any physical discomfort. The therapist will also study the dynamic between you and your partner or your family members and then tie the feelings you feel at present with the situation you are currently in. Your therapist will help you to express these newly discovered emotions.
How does EFT work?
Emotionally focussed therapy has three stages. The first step is the de-escalation stage. Here therapists map out the negative feelings and interactions. The second step is the restructured interactions stage, whereby the therapist will direct conversation between the couple to be more open and honest with each other. The last stage is the consolidation stage, where the therapist shows them the negative patterns and how to address them by having positive interactions.
The International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy accredits the best psychologists in India to practice EFT. When looking for a therapist in Chennai, look for someone with whom you can talk freely.
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