Kathryn Rheem, EdD, LMFT, has been using the empirically-validated EFT approach exclusively in private practice for nearly twenty years and continues to study and learn the model daily. She works extensively with couples where one or both partners have endured trauma and has written and presented on the application of EFT with trauma numerous times.
As an international EFT trainer, she collaborates with Dr. Sue Johnson, the primary developer of EFT, to bring EFT to populations worldwide. Together, Sue and Kathryn created Strong Bonds, Strong Couples, LLC, which provided EFT-based weekend retreat for soldiers and Marines coming home from war and their partners at military installations in the US and abroad.
Kathryn is the director of the Washington Baltimore Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy. She was voted a Top Couples Therapist in Washington, D.C., by the Washingtonian Magazine. She is a clinical fellow and approved supervisor of AAMFT and has written 15 articles/chapters on the application of EFT with trauma.
Financial: Kathryn Rheem is the director of the Washington Baltimore Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (WBCEFT). She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Kathryn Rheem has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
T. Leanne Campbell, PhD, is codirector of the Vancouver Island Centre for EFT and Campbell & Fairweather Psychology Group, and is an Honorary Research Associate of Vancouver Island University.
Financial: T. Leanne Campbell is co-director of the Vancouver Island Centre for EFT; and Campbell & Fairweather Psychology Group. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: T. Leanne Campbell has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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Practice an Emotionally Focused Therapy approach when working with couples in which one or both partners has been affected by trauma.
Explain how traumatized partners can provide corrective emotional experiences for each other as it relates to clinical treatment.
Assess the most effective ways to create enactments between partners to alleviate symptoms of trauma.
Incorporate an understanding of neuroscience and attachment theory with the aim of further informing your clinical decision-making and judgment.
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