In order to appear in the British Emotionally Focused Therapy Centre (BEFT) directory, therapists must be members of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT).
Welcome to the British Emotionally Focused Therapy Centre – BEFT. We support secure, resilient and successful couple and family relationships by enabling and promoting access to Emotionally Focused Therapy – EFT in Britain.
“Romantic love is not the least bit illogical or random. It is the continuation of an ordered and wise recipe for survival. We now have a map that can guide us in creating, healing and sustaining love. This is a consummate breakthrough.”
– Dr. Sue Johnson
EFT, as developed by Dr Sue Johnson, is a collaborative, structured, usually short-term therapy approach to working with couples, families and individuals that fosters the creation of secure relationship bonds.
EFT is a change process that facilitates movement from distress to recovery by transforming negative cycles of interaction into safe emotional connection between intimate partners and family members.
Based on the science of emotions and attachment theory as well as humanistic and systemic theories, EFT has a high success rate in achieving secure, resilient relationships in couples and within families, and in helping individuals to flexibly manage their emotional experience.
Explore the website for a wealth of information relevant to you, whether you are a couple looking for
relationship support, a therapist interested in EFT or a member of the British EFT Centre.
The BEFT directory is a list of members who are therapists with different levels of experience and training in EFT. It is not a recommendation of any or all individuals on the directory but is intended to provide potential clients, aged 18 and over, with basic information about therapists that they can then follow up.
To be listed in the British Emotionally Focused Therapy Centre (BEFT) directory, therapists must be members of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), which requires, at minimum, counselling/psychotherapy training and completion of an Externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy.
BEFT cannot and does not provide any warranties related to the information contained in or resulting services from any of the therapists listed in the BEFT therapist directory.