EFT is the abbreviations of Emotionally focused couples therapy which refers to a form of couples therapy that is based on the assumption that marital distress results from negative a ffect and destructive interactional styles. The interventions of EFT attempt to change partners' problematic interactional styles and emotional responses so that a stronger and more secure emotional bond can be established.
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