Raspberry Hill - Where Love Grows
Emotionally Focused Therapy Online
Christine (*1969) is a certified EFT supervisor / therapist and trainer (in training). She was instructed in EFT by Yolanda von Hockauf, Matthias Angelstorf, Paul Greenman, Gail Palmer, Sue Johnson, Leanne Campbell, and Lorrie Brubacher and is a founding member and chairwoman of the EFT Community Deutschland e.V.. Furthermore, she is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SE) ® according to Peter Levine (work with traumas) and teacher for Tango Argentino. She offers EFT sessions and supervision in German and English.
Interview on EFT & Trauma
Hendrik (*1967) is a certified EFT therapist and supervisor (in training). He was instructed in EFT by Yolanda von Hockauf, Matthias Angelstorf, Paul Greenman, Gail Palmer, Sue Johnson, Leanne Campbell, and Lorrie Brubacher and is a founding and board member of the EFT Community Deutschland e.V.. Furthermore, he is a trained zen-teacher and has been working for 15 years as Project and Sales Manager for various companies in the Netherlands. He offers EFT sessions and supervision in German, English, and Dutch.
Founded in 1998 by Dr. Sue Johnson and her colleagues in Ottawa, Canada. The International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) offers educational courses and training for mental health professionals (basic training, workshops, subsequent training etc.), provides certification for EFT therapists around the world and undertakes clinical research studies.
The EFTCD is affiliated with the Canadian parent organization ICEEFT. In October 2016, a group of EFT therapists from Germany founded the EFT Community Deutschland e.V., which has been recognized as a non-profit organization since January 2019, and officially represents Dr. Sue Johnson's attachment oriented EFT in Germany.
The VFP, with more than 11.400 members, is the largest German association for professionals in freelance psychotherapy. The members are all bound on professional regulations.
Our special Thanks goes to…
A thank you goes to the British psychiatrist and psychoanalyst John Bowlby (1907-1990). He has shown that the lifelong pursuit of close emotional relationships is specifically human. The most important thing is not the sex drive, but the need for security, which we experience in the felt presence of attachment figures. Thus, dependency is no longer negatively connoted, but the ability to bond - of the person reaching out but also the one responding - indicates mentally stable personalities.
Our thanks also goes to the Canadian psychologist Sue Johnson (*1947). Together with her colleagues, she has developed EFT, an attachment-oriented psycho-therapeutic approach that combines systematic and experimental interventions and focuses on emotions and encounters in the here and now as the driving force for growth. According to her, a therapist is at the same time a process facilitator as well as a temporary attachment figure.