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Sharon May, Ph.D., is the originator of the highly acclaimed Haven of Safety Marriage Relationship Intensives and Conferences at the Hart Institute in Pasadena, CA. She is an internationally-known expert in emotionally-focused therapy and the author of Safe Haven Marriage.|
The Geneva Series is an intensive, professional and continuing education program of study for today's Christian leaders.
The Geneva Series addresses the most pressing issues shaping counseling and ministry. Now you can explore tough issues in greater depth, strengthen your clinical knowledge and skills, grow in your faith and earn continuing education credits too.
We have worked hard to provide you with a program that is convenient and flexible, giving you the advantage of "classroom instruction" on DVD so you can study in the comfort of your own home or office… at your own pace.
Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy meets these criteria. Couples therapy is one of the most difficult therapies to do, and today most counselors are not well-trained in helping couples unravel their strong argument patterns and emotionally re-connect.
Emotionally-Focused Marital Therapy (EFMT) is currently one of the most effective models for moving a couple from distress to a safe haven. EFMT is based on attachment theory and offers nine clear steps to guide the counselor as he/she moves a couple from conflict to emotional connectedness.
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Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy|
GENEVA SERIES COURSE GS 406
Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy aims to help couples and families grow closer and healthier and to help couples grow emotionally close by helping them understand their fight cycle—the emotions and wounds that keep them stuck and disconnected. This series will walk you through the main ideas and ways couples can understand their marriages and move toward lasting change.|
Our close relationships are so vitally important to our emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual well-being. We need to take the time and care to understand and nurture our relationships. If we perceive our relationships to be 'safe havens,' then we will be able to turn toward our loved ones for love, comfort, care and emotional safety. You will discover valuable ways of communication that help to promote understanding and emotional closeness in the couples you counsel, practical tools to help couples recognize and break their cycle of hurtful arguing and fighting, and realistic techniques for couples to emotionally connect no matter how distant or hurt they feel.
Light University endeavors to deliver high-quality, competency-based Christian education to form, equip, and train servant-leaders in all kinds of pivotal professions and ministries for the 21st century world.|
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