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This clinical manual describes how to use emotion-focused family therapy, an exciting new psychotherapeutic approach in which caregivers play a pivotal role in their loved ones' treatment.
About the Author
Adele Lafrance, PhD, is a research scientist, codeveloper of emotion-focused family therapy (EFFT), and licensed clinical psychologist. She is also a founding member of the International Institute for EFFT (https: //efftinternational.org/). She has taught numerous courses on developmental and clinical psychology with a focus on family-oriented mental health care across the lifespan. Dr. Lafrance provides EFFT training for clinicians, school boards, and mental health agencies worldwide. She also makes many practical resources for parents, caregivers and clinicians available on her website (https: //www.mentalhealthfoundations.ca/). Adele Lafrance lives in Denver, Colorado. Follow @DrAdeleLafrance. Katherine Henderson, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and codirector of Anchor Psychological Services (http: //www.anchorpsychology.ca/). She is also an adjunct research professor in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University. Dr. Henderson is recognized internationally for her expertise and research in treating pediatric eating disorders. She codeveloped the two-day EFFT caregiver workshop and Concurrent-CARE (C-CARE), an extension of EFFT for the treatment of concurrent eating and substance use disorders. She provides EFFT and C-CARE training to clinicians and community agencies worldwide and is a frequent speaker within her community on mental health issues. Katherine Henderson lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Shari Mayman, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and the codirector of Anchor Psychological Services (http: //www.anchorpsychology.ca/), a private practice in Ottawa, Ontario. She is an expert in assessing and treating eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders. She has significant experience in hospital-based eating disorder programs. Dr. Mayman codeveloped the two-day EFFT caregiver workshop and Concurrent-CARE (C-CARE), a treatment model for concurrent eating and substance use disorders that is an extension of EFFT. She provides EFFT and C-CARE training to clinicians and community agencies internationally and speaks frequently on mental health topics. Shari Mayman lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.