NOTES:

  1. These books were originally published in English. Click on the title of the book for more information or to purchase.
  2. Many of these books have been translated into various languages. The list below contains live links, where available, to websites for more information or to purchase one of these translated versions.
  3. Please click here or see the Non-English EFT Publications document for information on EFT publications originally published in languages other than English.

EFT Books:

Becoming an Emotionally Focused Therapist: The Workbook
(2nd edition, 2022) by James L. Furrow, Susan M. Johnson, Brent Bradley, Lorrie Brubacher, T. Leanne Campbell, Veronica Kallos-Lily, Gail Palmer, Kathryn Rheem & Scott Woolley. New York, NY: Routledge.

A Primer for Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) – Cultivating Fitness and Growth in Every Client
(2021) by Sue Johnson & Leanne Campbell. New York, NY: Routledge.
This book is in the process of being translated into Farsi, Italian and Korean.
         Danish (2022) Mindspace.
         Dutch (2022) Stichting EFT Nederland.  LINK: Click here.

Emotionally Focused Therapy with African American Couples: Love Heals
(2021) by Paul Gillory. New York, NY: Routledge.

An Emotionally Focused Workbook for Couples: The Two of Us
(2nd edition, 2021) by Veronica Kallos-Lily and Jennifer Fitzgerald. New York, NY: Routledge.

The Practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy: Creating Connection
(3rd edition, 2020) by Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Routledge.
This newer 3rd edition is in press in Chinese (simplified), German, Italian and Polish, is available in audiobook format (2020), and has been translated into:
          Dutch (2021) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
          French (2022) Presses de l’Université du Québec. LINK: Click here.
          Korean (2022) Hakjisa Publisher LINK: Click here.
          Spanish (2020) Editorial Desclée de Brouwer S.A. (Desclee) LINK: Click here.
          Swedish (2020) Studentlitteratur AB. LINK: Click here.

Attachment Theory in Practice — Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) with Individuals, Couples and Families
(2019) by Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
This book is now available in a full-accessible audio book format (e-pub).
This book is also in press in Chinese (simplified), Finnish, Greek, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish, and has been translated into:
         Chinese (Complex) (2022) LINK: Click here.
         Danish (2019) Forlaget Mindspace. LINK: Click here.
         Dutch (2020) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
         Farsi (2022) LINK: Click here.
         German (2020) Junfermann Verlag.  LINK: Click here.
         Italian (2021) Franco Angeli.  LINK: Click here.
         Korean (2021) Hakjisa Publisher LINK: Click here.
         Romanian (2020) Editura Trei. LINK: Click here.
         Serbian (2022) Psihopolis. LINK: Click here.
         Swedish (2020) Studentlitteratur AB. LINK: Click here.

Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT): Restoring Connection and Promotion Resilience
(2019) by James L. Furrow, Gail Palmer, Sue M. Johnson, George Faller, & Lisa Palmer-Olsen. New York, NY: Routledge.
This book is in the process of being translated into Russian, and has been translated into:
         German (2022) Junfermann VerlagLINK: Click here.
         Hungarian (2021) Oriold & Companies, Ltd. LINK: Click here.

Stepping into Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Key Ingredients of Change
(2017) by Lorrie Brubacher. London, UK: Karnac Books.
This book has been translated into:
          Danish (2018) Saxo. LINK: Click here.
          Dutch (2019) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
          Greek (2020) Gutenberg. LINK: Click here.
          German (2020) Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Publishers. LINK: Click here.
          Korean (2019) Hakjisa. LINK: Click here.
          Norwegian (2019) Gyldendal.  LINK: Click here.

Created for Connection: The “Hold Me Tight” Guide for Christian Couples
(2016) by Sue M. Johnson & Kenneth Sanderfer. New York, NY: Little Brown & Co.
This book is in press in Chinese (complex), Dutch, Hungarian, and Taiwanese, and has been translated into:
          Romanian (2021) ACT and Politon Publishing. LINK: Click here.
          Swedish (2021) OrdGlob Forlag. LINK: Click here.

An Emotionally Focused Workbook for Couples: The Two of Us
(1st edition,2014) by Veronica Kallos-Lily and Jennifer Fitzgerald. New York, NY: Routledge.
This first edition is in press in Hungarian and has been translated into:
          Dutch (2016) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
          German (2016) Junfermann VerlagLINK: Click here.
          Japanese (2021)  LINK:  Click here.
          Korean (2016) LINK: Click here.
          Polish (2019) Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego. LINK: Click here.

Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships
(2013) by Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Little Brown.
This book is in press in Estonian, Romanian and Russian, and has been translated into:
          Dutch (2014) Kosmos Uitgevers. LINK: Click here.
          Finnish (2015) Hogrefe Psykologien Kustannus Oy. LINK: Click here.
          German (2017) Verlagsgruppe Random House Gmbh. LINK: Click here.
          Greek (2016) Gutenberg. LINK: Click here.
          Italian (2014) ISC Editore. LINK: Click here.
          Korean (2015) Sigongsa Co., Ltd. LINK: Click here.
          Polish (2015) Instytut Psychologii Zdrowia PTP LINK: Click here.
          Slovenian (2019) Zalozba Primus d.o.o. LINK: Click here.
          Taiwanese (2014) LINK: Click here.
          Turkish (2018) Utopya. LINK: Click here.
          UK published as The Love Secret (2014) London, UK: Piatkus. LINK: Click here.

The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New Directions in Treating Couples
(2011) Edited by James Furrow, Brent Bradley, & Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Routledge.
This book is in press in Russian.

Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love
(2008) by Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Little Brown.
This book is in translation/press into Arabic, Bulgarian, Latvian, Ukrainian, and Uzbekistani, and has been translated into:
          Chinese, complex (2018) Post & Telecommunications Press. LINK: Click here.
          Chinese, simplified (2010) Wan Juan Publishing Company. LINK: Click here.
          Czech (2018) Portal. LINK: Click here.
          Danish (2014) Forlaget Mindspace. LINK: Click here.
          Dutch (2019) Kosmos Uitgevers. LINK: Click here.
          Finnish (2011) Psykologien Kustannus Oy. LINK: Click here.
          French (2013) Editions First – Grund. LINK: Click here.
          German (2019) Jundermann Verlag Publishers. LINK: Click here.
          Greek (2014) G. Dardanos – C. Dardanos OE. LINK: Click here.
          Hungarian (2011) Park Kiado. LINK: Click here.
          Italian (2012) Istitituto di Scienze Cognitive. LINK: Click here.
          Japanese (2014) Kongo Shuppan. LINK: Click here.
          Korean (2010) Hakjisa. LINK: Click here.
          Lithuanian (2014) Tyto Alba. LINK: Click here.
          Norwegian (2017) Pax Forlag A/S. LINK: Click here.
          Polish (2023) LINK: Click here.
          Portuguese (2012) Jardim dos Livros LINK: Click here.
          Romanian — SC ACT SI Politon SRL. LINK: Click here.
          Russian (2017) Mann, Ivanov and Ferber. LINK: Click here.
          Serbian (2017) Laguna. LINK: Click here.
          Slovenian (2017) Zalozba Primus d.o.o. LINK: Click here.
          Spanish (2019) Alba Editorial. LINK: Click here.
          Swedish (2012) OrdGlob Förlag. LINK: Click here.
          Taiwanese (2009) Living Psychology Publishers.
          Turkish (2018) Utopya. LINK: Click here.
          UK (2011) Piatkus Books. LINK: Click here.

Becoming an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist: The Workbook
(1st edition, 2005) by Sue M. Johnson, Brent Bradley, James L. Furrow, Alison Lee, Gail Palmer, Doug Tilley, & Scott Woolley. New York, NY: Routledge.
This 1st edition is in press in Korean, and Russian, and has been translated into:
        Turkish (2018) Utopya. LINK: Click here.

The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Creating Connection
(2004) by Susan M. Johnson
This 2nd edition, has been translated into:
          Chinese, complex (2011) Living Psychology Publishers.
          Dutch (2010) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
          Finnish (2010)
          German (2009) Jundermann Verlag Publishers. LINK: Click here.
          Greek LINK: Click here. 
          Hungarian (2016) Oriold & Co Ltd. LINK: Click here.
          Italian (2013) Istitituto di Scienze Cognitive. LINK: Click here.
          Korean (2006) Hakjisa. LINK: Click here.
          Romanian (2018) Asociatia Alianta pentru Copil si Familie.
          Russian (2013) Nauchniy Mir Publishing (Scientific World Publishing).
          Spanish (2007) Brunner Routledge. LINK: Click here.
          Turkish (2015) Utopya. LINK: Click here.

Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy
(2003) Edited by Sue M. Johnson & Valerie Whiffen. New York, NY: Guilford.
This book is in press in Portuguese.

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Trauma Survivors: Strengthening Attachment Bonds
(2002) by Sue M. Johnson. New York, NY: Guilford.
This book is currently in press in Russian, and has been translated into:
          Chinese, complex (2015) Teacher Zhang Culture. LINK: Click here.
          Dutch (2013) Stichting EFT Nederland. LINK: Click here.
          Italian (2015) LINK: Click here.

The Heart of the Matter: Emotion in Marital Therapy
(1994) Edited by Sue M. Johnson & Les Greenberg. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Facilitator’s Guides:

Hold Me Tight®: A Facilitator’s Guide to Small Groups
(2009) by Sue M. Johnson. Ottawa, Canada: ICEEFT.
This booklet/Guide is in press in Danish, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Ukrainian, and has been translated into:
          Chinesecomplex 
          Farsi (2019)  LINK: Click here.
          Greek LINK: Click here.
          German (2016) ICEEFT.
          Hungarian (2016)
          Italian (2015) Ist. Scienze Cognitive LINK: Click here.
          Polish (2023) LINK: Click here.
          Swedish (2016) Relationship workshop. LINK: Click here.

Created for Connection Facilitator’s Guide for Small Groups
(2017) by Sue M. Johnson & Kenneth Sanderfer. Ottawa, Canada: ICEEFT.
This booklet/Guide is in press in Spanish, and has been translated into:
          Chinese, simplified (2019)
          Hungarian (2019) LINK: Click here.

Hold Me Tight®/Let Me Go Facilitators’ Guide for Small Groups
(2017) by Nancy Aikin & Paul A. Aikin. Ottawa, Canada: ICEEFT.
This booklet/Guide is in press in Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, German, Greek, Hungarian, Polish, Spanish and Swedish, with the slides also being translated in Hebrew, and has already been translated into:
          Farsi (2019).  LINK: Click here.
          Norwegian (2019)

Hold Me Tight®/Let Me Be Me Facilitators’ Guide for Small Groups
(2022) by Nancy Aikin & Paul A. Aikin. Ottawa, Canada: ICEEFT.
This booklet/Guide is in the process of being translated into Norwegian.

Healing Hearts Together Facilitator’s Guide for Small Groups
(2018) by Heather Tulloch, Paul Greenman, Natasha Demidenko, & Sue M. Johnson. Ottawa, Canada: ICEEFT.
This booklet/Guide is in press in Dutch and Hungarian, and has been translated into:
          Farsi (2020)