Founded in 2011, ISEFT is an international organization of 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
May 28, 2018 at Site de Cery, Lausanne: 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
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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.