Emotion-Focused Therapy is an experiential, short-term form of therapy that based on attachment theory and an understanding of emotions and their connection to human needs, especially in the context of relationships. Initially developed by Sue Johnson and Lee Greenberg in the 1980s for couples, it has become increasingly popular and effective form of therapy for families and individuals as well. EFT pairs well with mindfulness-based approaches as well as psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, and Mindspace occasionally brings in experts in the field to offer trainings in this modality.

Upcoming Emotion-Focused Therapy Training Programs