The aim of Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy (PEEFT) is to identify, explore, regulate, process, transform and integrate our experiences from an emotional perspective alongside reflective processing in order to elicit deep, effective, long lasting change.
Recent research confirms that our emotions influence psychological, cognitive, behavioural, biological and neurochemical system functioning. Emotions interface between body and mind, are a primary signalling system and often arise outside of our awareness. Emotions also precede our language-based knowing.
Emotion Focused Guides
Please check out the following videos for information about Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy
Understanding Approaches: Person Centred and Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy (Part 1 of 2)
Professor Robert Elliott of the University of Strathclyde talks to the Counselling Channel’s Niall O’Loingsigh about the Person Centred approach of Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy. Watch this engaging interview.
Understanding Approaches: Person Centred and Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy (Part 2 of 2)
Presented by The Counselling Channel, this is the second in the series of talks given by Professor Robert Elliott of the University of Strathclyde on the person centred approach of PEEFT.
Les Greenberg Interview
This is an interview with Les Greenberg, Director of the York University Psychotherapy Research, and primary originator and developer of Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT). In this video, Les outlines his approach to psychotherapy and his thoughts about other therapeutic approaches and the therapy industry as a whole.
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