Therapeutic Counseling Resources for Couples, Individuals, & Family Connection
If you want to discover more about Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and relationships, you’re in the right place! EFT is the most successful method on the planet for couples and we believe so strongly in its effectiveness that it’s pretty much all we use at Wellness. We’d love to make a few suggestions as you research the therapeutic resources available to you. You’ll find some of our favorite material below.
What is EFT?
EFT in Action
The Power of Vulnerability
Listening to Shame
This Could Be Why You're Depressed or Anxious
Everything You Know About Addiction is Wrong
Johann Hari shares cutting-edge information about why depression and anxiety are on the rise. He explains our deep human need to be seen, heard, and valued. He also talks about remedies beyond pharmaceuticals. The antidote for anxiety and depression is connection.
Hold Me Tight
If you’re looking for another couples therapy resource, take in some cutting-edge research with ‘Love Sense’. It’s all about how and why we love. This new understanding changes everything because when we move from bargaining and negotiating to human bonding, we create the basis for a secure, long-lasting relationship. Connection is like human super-glue. It bonds us.
An Emotionally Focused Workbook For Couples
Understanding adult attachment offers you a roadmap for building stronger more fulfilling relationships. We’ve discovered that having information about Attachment Theory provides a lot of insight and is a great couples counseling resource for everyone. Once you determine an attachment style: Anxious, Avoidant, or Secure, it helps explain why some people navigate relationships easily while others struggle.
The Body Keeps The Score
Vivek Murthy, U.S. Surgeon General, makes the case for loneliness as an urgent public health issue AND universal human condition. It affects our health, how children perform in school and how we perform in the workplace. He shares the profound importance of community and connection.
Bessel van der Kolk explores trauma as a fact of life and exposes the tremendous power of our relationships to both hurt and heal. He offers hope for reclaiming our lives and relationships by explaining how trauma reshapes both our bodies and brains and what we can do about it.
My Grandmother's Hands
What Happened To You?
If you’ve ever judged yourself or others while thinking “What’s wrong with me?” or “What’s wrong with that person?” this book is essential. Oprah Winfrey and brain and trauma expert, Dr. Bruce Perry offer a profound shift from asking “What’s wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?”
The Seat of the Soul
All About Love
Parenting with Love & Logic
Simple wisdom on how to lovingly raise responsible children. This book includes solutions for lots of topics including tantrums, chores, grades, peer pressure, navigating a crisis, taming tempers and re-establishing a calm, healthy relationship with your child.