Ideally regularly scheduled weekly or bi-weekly.
Psychodynamic: paying attention to and processing feelings, sensations and thoughts that arise in the therapeutic relationship. Using this relationship as a tool for healing. Issues can range from depression, anxiety, trauma, struggle with problematic habits, relational difficulties.
Working from an emotionally focused and gender informed framework Incorporating much education about relationships and training in effective interactions Using Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples ( EFT, Sue Johnson) and other models, including Terrence Real’s model
Open to a variety of relationships, not just heterosexual couples
Individual or jointly with a few others Focus on transference and counter-transference and effective use of self Non-judgemental, mutual, sharing experiences and ideas as colleagues