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Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT)

Anxiety, Depression and Trauma are windows into emotional dysregulation, caused by attachment distress and reinforced by secondary strategies. Recent research shows that anxiety and depression can be framed as emotional disorders.


Tele-Therapy is having an appointment over video chat on a private and confidential platform (Zoom) from the comfort of home.

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT)

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT) is a structured, generally short-term (8-20 sessions), evidence-based therapeutic approach to expand and reorganize important emotional responses and foster the creation of a secure bond between partners.

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a technique that has been shown to decrease fights and loneliness, increase affection and intimacy, and rebuild levels of trust after betrayal. You will grow into a deeper level of safety and trust, caring and respect.

My ultimate goal is to help you and your partner realize the full potential of your relationship. Even the best relationships undergo times of stress, anger, moments of hopelessness, and disconnect.

With over 25 years of experience in clinical psychology, I have helped hundreds of couples in troubled relationships overcome and work through issues related to:

  • Infidelity & Affair Recovery

  • Intimacy Challenges

    Too many of us feel hurt, embarrassed, and shame because of misconceptions about what it means to be sexually healthy. EFT can help repair misconceptions, heal sexual wounds, and open the doors to more meaningful, creative, and gratifying sex.

  • Communication Differences

  • Adult ADD and your Relationship

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