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Worksheets and Infographics

Emotionally Focused Therapy can serve as a personal and professional model for us in our role as counselors and human beings. This is why I've found it extremely beneficial to provide resources that can help partners and professionals better grasp the findings of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Please browse and use these resources as needed.



Understand Your Cycle

The following infographic gives a quick run-through of what couples can expect when they're working with a counselor that is providing Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. The document serves as an overview for pre-marital, marriage, or relationship therapy.


Mapping Your Cycle

This worksheet serves as a way to better understand where you and your partner get stuck when there's a disconnect. We will help you understand what a cycle is and how to work through it together. This document can serve as a guide for having difficult conversations with a loved one.



Revisiting Raw Spots

In the following document, therapists and clients can work through very particular 'raw spots' with couples. Here, we are able to identify heightened moments of emotional distress that are unresolved, and therapists can help process within EFT sessions.


Processing Attachment Injuries

In this infographic, you'll start to understand what attachment injuries are and how couples overcome them in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. The resource can be helpful for therapists or clients who want to fully grasp what the process entails.



Attachment History Questionnaire

In this questionnaire, I share with you questions I have formulated for couples I've worked with, using the Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy model. These are derived from common themes that were addressed from childhood and adult attachment bonds. They may be used during individual sessions at the beginning of EFT.


Emotional Presence
Couples Exercise

This activity serves as a mindful practice for you and your partner to share in together. When you're struggling to come back from moments of disconnect, but you want to feel grounded with one another, this can serve as a tool for slowing down. In some relationships, seeking therapy is important because we may feel triggered or unsafe when turning to one another emotionally.

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