Love is attachment - this is the basis of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Once a controversial idea, it is now viewed as having the highest rate of success, simply because it works on enriching a relationship from its roots.
In Hold Me Tight, clinical psychologist and couples therapist Dr. Sue Johnson reveals this theory to the general public for the first time. Relationships need to be nurtured, and with these seven healing conversations, the way forward will be illuminated.
Dr. Johnson says it best: “Love has an immense ability to help heal the devastating wounds that life sometimes deals us. Love also enhances our sense of connection to the larger world. Loving responsiveness is the foundation of a truly compassionate, civilized society.”