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Spring Blossom

RescuingRelationships.

The Journey Starts Here.

Located in Richland, WA

About My Practice

I thrive on rescuing relationships through an Emotionally Focused attachment lens. From the research around cultivating secure attachment, to the inexplicable wonders of our connection to the greater whole, I have been astounded by the research that explains how we build stronger bonds with those close to us. In your journey, my hope is to help you discover the light that radiates within you.

 

I believe that helping clients discover the beauty of secure attachment will reshape how they form bonds with those they love. It is my intention to cultivate safe and secure connections with those struggling to turn to those they love and share the deepest, vulnerable parts of themselves. I am here to walk the journey with you. 

 

My counseling practice has been in operation since June 2021. Since then, I've dedicated time and continued effort in training for Emotionally Focused Therapy, along with interests in trauma, attachment injuries, and LGBTQ+ issues. It is within my practice that I've been able to provide services tailored to both personal and interpersonal growth.

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What is
Emotionally Focused 
Therapy?

EFT is both an evidence-based and empirically validated therapy approach that cultivates closer connection in relationships. 

In over 30 years of research, 75% of couples resolve emotional distress in their relationship, and 90% of couples see long-term improvement years after therapy. 

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Individual Therapy 

Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy helps clients deal with unresolved relationship distress, including the relationship with self. We look at overcoming the struggles of anxiety, depression, or trauma, including PTSD.

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Couple Therapy

70% of couples in the U.S. experience distress in their relationship. Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy aims at building secure bonds through understanding and navigating insecure cycles of connection and building vulnerability between partners.

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About Me.

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I believe that building secure attachment is transformational. My role as a counselor is to step into your experience and safely process the emotion together. Within this embrace, each of the individuals or couples I sit with will find comfort in building that security within a safe alliance. I see EFT as a lighthouse that guides us through the toughest storms.

Tommy Lofgren, MA, LMHC, NCC

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