Emotionally Focused Family Therapy

Emotionally Focused Family Therapy

Similar in some ways and based on the Emotion-Focused Therapy model from Greenberg and colleagues, EFFT is an evidence-based family therapy approach in which the therapist offers support to caregivers/parents.  This equips caregivers/parents with skills, tasks, and emotion basics in order to better support their loved ones who may be struggling with mental health.

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Sarah Delroy

M.A., RCC
    • In-Person Sessions
    • Online booking
It is a privilege to walk this path with you. I believe that when we find what’s blocking our growth and where our resourced strengths lie, healing flows into our lives.  This healing can transform how we... Read more

Amy Johnston

M.Ed., RCC
    • Online booking
Sometimes there is a gap between where we are and where we want to be or who we think we could be. Feeling this gap can be emotionally and physically draining. It’s difficult to be present in our lives when we... Read more

Sarah Causton

M.S.W., RSW
    • In-Person Sessions
Currently Accepting New Clients. Sometimes we all feel stuck. Our go-to methods of coping aren't working anymore, or we aren't getting what we need from those we usually turn to. Sometimes we need a space to... Read more

Danielle Green

M.A., RCC
    • Video on profile
    • Online booking
It is frustrating and painful to get stuck in unwanted patterns in life.  Overthinking, relationship conflict, low mood and a deep sense of overwhelm can feel like issues that continue to recycle throughout your... Read more

Heather Evans

M.A., RCC
Heather has over 20 years experience providing counseling services to a variety of individuals, couples and families, in various settings. Heather has training in trauma-informed care and utilizes a collaborative and... Read more
    • Online booking
When explaining my approach, I often ask the question, “Who are you”? It’s a tricky one, isn’t it? No matter how hard we try, our stories rarely can sum it all up. Inevitably, something is... Read more