The theoretical basis of EFT can best be described as:
Which of the following is not a goal of EFT?
A prototypical scene/slice from EFT in process would look like: (two correct answers)
EFT fits with the present context of couple and family therapy in the following ways except:
The EFT perspective fits very well with the recent body of research on the nature of marital distress and satisfaction and predictors of divorce. The most obvious points of convergence are: (check all correct answers)
In terms of empirical validation, the status of EFT is: (four correct answers)
Which of the following is not an essential role of the EFT therapist?
The naming of EFT: (four correct answers)
In EFT, emotions are not viewed as:
Which of the following are primary tasks of EFT? (three correct answers)
Change occurs in EFT primarily through which two ways?
The three stages of EFT are:
Pick three contraindications for EFT:
Check the following statements to see if you can identify the two best predictors of success in EFT. This information is not included in the brief information on EFT given at the beginning of this workbook. If you have not read the literature in detail, see which ones make the most sense to you and then compare your answer to the ones given in the back of the book
Of the three elements of the therapeutic alliance—bond with the therapist, agreement about goals of therapy, and the perceived relevance of therapy tasks—the element of the therapeutic relationship found to be the most predictive of outcome in EFT is:
In EFT, the focus is on the present process: the unfolding of inner and interpersonal dramas and how they evolve from moment to moment. The many Ps of EFT can be encapsulated as: (four correct answers)
In EFT the main way a focus on the past is used is to:
Which of the following is not a core assumption of EFT?
In each session, an EFT therapist might be expected to: (more than one correct answer)