Dr Sue speaks, $5 Hold Me Tight this week only

Dr. Sue Johnson Speaks about Her Book & Couples Workshop: Hold Me Tight. Here Dr. Sue Johnson, the Originator of Emotionally Focused Therapy, takes a few moments to discuss with us about the science of emotion and bonding. Sue is not only a trailblazer in couple’s therapy she is also an excellent author who cares about ordinary people being able to read and enjoy her books.  https://youtu.be/fpw_bvR2sYY For the first week of May, 2020 there is an unbelievable deal on her ebook. Get it for UNDER 5 DOLLARS! Here is the link: As well, Sue has reduced the price of her online couples workshop by 50%! Here is the link: […]

Enhance Your Relationship, Deepen Your Bond while Sheltering-in-Place

Dr. Sue Johnson’s seminal couple’s self-help book, Hold Me Tight, Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love, continues to be a bestseller since published in 2009.  Dr. Johnson developed the empirically-validated, outcome-based, research supported couple’s therapy approach, Emotionally Focused Therapy. Now, the Hold Me Tight (trademark and copyright protected) Program is now available online.  You and your partner can use this unique slowing down, sheltering-in-place to better understand how to strengthen your emotional bond. To access the program, click here, or visit https://holdmetightonline.com/ to learn more.   During the Covid19 Crisis, as a service, there is a 50% discount available. Though the Colorado Center is not directly involved in this program, […]

Jim Smith, LPC, earns Certification as an EFT Therapist!

The Colorado Center for EFT along with the growing EFT Community of therapists in Colorado Springs, along with the whole Colorado EFT community celebrates Jim Smith for earning his Certification as an EFT Therapist from the International Centre for Emotionally Focused Therapy. Jim Smith is a LPC at Desert Streams Counseling, serving clients in a clinical capacity since 2016. Wherever he has gone on his professional journey, it has routinely brought him back to confirming he’s meant to be involved in helping people reconcile their relationships. Jim’s first experience came in 2005 while serving on staff with a Christian ministry called the Navigators. Fellow staff and ministry members in conflict […]