How focused are you as a therapist?
The process of becoming a couples and family therapist is challenging. We start out trying to emulate The Greats, only to stall out and realize our sessions feel chaotic and we can’t find ourselves in the room. You have the nudging sense that you could be working cleaner and with more attunement - but how? This work is too complex to do without focus. I can help you find your voice and develop a plan to work through even the toughest moments in therapy.
How real are you in your relationship?
“She doesn’t want to hear about what I have to deal with all day, she wants to know she married someone who can handle business and be the rock for the family.” You stuff down the difficult and painful things you deal with and try to soldier through. Your relationship is getting more distant, more tense, and you are fighting more frequently and explosively. Sex doesn’t feel connected or happen as often. But you’re doing what you’ve been taught, why aren’t things working? If you can’t see me as a client, read the two books I’ve written (below) and find an EFT therapist in your area.
Become a more effective therapist & supervisor
Reconnect without sacrificing who you are
George Faller is a husband, father, therapist, educator, speaker, author and global leader in helping people reconnect and strengthen their relationships. He is a certified Trainer/Supervisor/Therapist in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) and founder of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy, where he serves as President. George is the director of training at the Greenwich Center for Hope & Renewal in Connecticut and is on the Board of the Porter Cason Institute at Tulane University in New Orleans. He is a Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy and teaches classes at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in Manhattan. He is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist currently practicing in Connecticut and New York.