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1.        Johnson, Susan M. (2021). “Attachment Principles as a Guide to Therapeutic Change: The Example of Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In Thompson, R. A., Simpson, J. A., & Berlin, L. J. (Eds.), Attachment: The fundamental questions. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

2.        Wiebe, Stephanie A. & Johnson, Sue M. (2018). “Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

3.        Wiebe, Stephanie A. & Johnson, Sue M. (2018). “Emotion in Couple and Family Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

4.        Johnson S.M. (2018). “Attachment Theory.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

5.        Wiebe S.A., Johnson S.M., Kennedy N. (2018). “Hold Me Tight Enrichment Program.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

6.        Brubacher, L., & Johnson, S.M. (2018). “Deepening Emotional Experience and Restructuring the Bond in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

7.        Brubacher L., Johnson S.M. (2018). “Clarifying the Negative Cycle in Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

8.        Aikin, N., Aikin, P. (2018). “Hold Me Tight/Let Me Go Enrichment Program for Families and Teens.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

9.        Greenman P.S. (2018). “Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and Physical Health in Couples and Families.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

10.    Brubacher L. (2018). “Attachment Injury Resolution Model in Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

11.    Furrow J.L., Palmer G. (2018). “Emotionally Focused Family Therapy.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

12.    Rheem K., Campbell T.L. (2018). “Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and Trauma.” In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, D. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Springer, Cham Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

13.    Zeytinoglu-Saydam, S. (2018). “Cross-Culturally Responsive Training of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: International Experiences.” In Shruti Singh Poulsen & Robert Allan (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Responsiveness & Systemic Therapy — Personal & Clinical Narratives, pp.53-67. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG.

14.    Harvey A.M. (2018). “Primary Emotions in Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In Jay Lebow, Anthony Chambers, & Douglas C. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

15.    Harvey A.M. (2018). “Secondary Emotions in Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In Jay Lebow, Anthony Chambers, & Douglas C. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

16.    Bernards, R. (2018). “Dancing Close: Attachment, Marriage and Couples Counseling.” In Peter Lovenheim, The Attachment Effect: Exploring the Powerful Ways our Earliest Bond Shapes our Relationships and Lives, pp. 122-134. New York, NY: Penguin Random House LLC.

17.    Johnson, S.M. (2017). “Training Emotionally Focused Couples Therapists.” In Jay Lebow, Anthony Chambers, & Douglas C. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

18.    Lee N., Spengler P. (2017). “Training Counseling Psychologists in Couple and Family Therapy.” In Jay Lebow, Anthony Chambers, & Douglas C. Breunlin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science and Business Media.

19.    Johnson, S.M. (2017). “An Emotionally Focused Approach to Sex Therapy.” In Zoe D. Peterson, The Wiley- Blackwell Handbook of Sex Therapy, pp.250-266. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

20.    Furrow, J., Lee, N., & Myung, H.S. (2017). “Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.” In Michael D. Reiter & Ronald J. Chenail (Eds.), Constructivist, Critical, and Integrative Approaches to Couples Counseling, pp.15-45. New York, NY: Routledge.

21.    Brubacher, L.L., & Johnson, S.M. (2017) “Romantic Love as an Attachment Process: Shaping Secure Bonds.” In Jennifer Fitzgerald (Ed.), Foundations for Couples’ Therapy: Research for the Real World, pp. 8-19. Abingdon, Oxon: Taylor Francis.

22.    Greenman, Paul S., Wiebe, Stephanie A., Johnson, Susan M. (2017). “Neurological Processes in Couple Relationships: Emotions, Attachment Bonds, and the Brain.” In Jennifer Fitzgerald (Ed.), Foundations for Couples’ Therapy: Research for the Real World, pp. 291-301. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

23.    Palmer, G. (2017). “Emotionally Focused Family Therapy for Stepfamilies: Building Security for Children in the Face of Complexity and Change.” In Jennifer Fitzgerald (Ed.), Foundations for Couples’ Therapy: Research for the Real World, pp. 395-403. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

24.    Inouye, B., Madsen, J., Palmer-Olsen, L., Faller, G., & Best, M. (2017). “Emotionally Focused Therapy Supervision: The Four Chambers of the HEART.” In Jennifer Fitzgerald (Ed.), Foundations for Couples’ Therapy: Research for the Real World, pp. 415-425. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

25.    Johnson, S.M., & Brubacher, L.L. (2016). “Clarifying the negative cycle in emotionally focused couple therapy (EFT).” In G. Weeks, S. Fife, & C. Peterson (Eds.), Techniques for the Couple Therapist: Essential interventions, pp.92-96. New York: Routledge.

26.    Johnson, S.M., & Brubacher, L.L. (2016). “Deepening attachment emotion in emotionally focused couple therapy (EFT).” In G. Weeks, S. Fife, & C. Peterson (Eds.), Techniques for the Couple Therapist: Essential interventions, pp. 155-160. New York: Routledge.

27.    Woolley, S.R., Faller, G., Palmer-Olsen, L., & Vitoria, A.D. (2016). “Training the Emotionally Focused Therapist.” In K. Jordon (Ed.), Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy Supervision, pp. 325-344. New York: Springer.

28.    Brassard, A., Johnson, S.M. (2016). ” Couple and Family Therapy: An Attachment Perspective.” In Jude Cassidy and Phillip R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of Attachment, Third Edition: Theory, Research and Clinical Applications. New York: Guilford.

29.    Johnson, S.M. & Brubacher, L. (2016). “Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: Empiricism and Art”. In T. Sexton & J. Lebow (Eds.), Handbook of Family Therapy, pp. 326-348. New York: Brunner/Routledge.

30.    Johnson, S.M. (2015). “Emotionally focused couple therapy.” In Alan S. Gurman, Jay L. Lebow & Douglas K. Snyder (Eds.), Clinical Handbook of Couple Therapy, 5th Edition, pp. 97-128. New York: Guilford Press.

31.    Fitzgerald, Jennifer, Johnson, Susan M., & Thomas, James. (2015). “Emotionally-Focused Therapy.” In Robin L. Cautin and Scott O. Lilienfeld (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

32.    Johnson, S.M., LaFontaine, M.F., & Dalgleish, T. (2015). “Attachment: A guide to a new era of couple interventions”. In J. Simpson & S. Rholes (Eds.), Attachment theory and research: New directions and emerging themes, 393-421. New York, NY: Guilford.

33.    Johnson, S.M. & Rheem, K. (2012). “Surviving trauma: Strengthening couples through Emotionally Focused Therapy”. In P. Noller & G. Karantzas (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of couple and family relationships: A Guide to contemporary research, theory, practice and policy, pp. 333-343. Chichester, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

34.    Lebow, J.L., Chambers, A., Christensen, A., & Johnson, S.M. (2012). “Marital distress”. In D. Sprenkle & R. Chenail (Eds.), Effectiveness research in marriage and family therapy: A decade review. Alexandria, VA: American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.

35.    Rheem, K.D., Woolley, S.R. & Weissman, N. (2012). “Using Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy with military couples”. In Bret A. Moore (Ed.), Handbook of Counseling Military Couples, pp. 89-112. New York, NY: Routledge.

36.    Furrow, J.L, & Bradley, B. (2011). “Emotionally focused couple therapy: Making the case for effective Couple Therapy”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 3-30. New York, NY: Routledge.

37.    Johnson, S.M. (2011). “The attachment perspective on the bonds of love: A prototype for relationship change”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 31-58. New York: Routledge.

38.    Bradley, B. (2011). “New insights into change in emotionally focused couple therapy”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 59-86. New York, NY: Routledge.

39.    Denton, W.H. & Coffey, A.D. (2011). “Depression: Enemy of the attachment bond”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 87-112. New York, NY: Routledge.

40.    Stiell, K. & Gailey, G. (2011). “Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples Living with Aphasia”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 113-140. New York, NY: Routledge.

41.    Namaan, S., Radwin, K. & Johnson, S.M. (2011). “Emotionally focused couple therapy in chronic medical illness: Working in the aftermath of breast cancer”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 141-164. New York, NY: Routledge.

42.    Johnson, S.M., & Faller, G. (2011). “Dancing with the dragon of trauma: EFT with couples who stand in harm’s way”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 165-192. New York, NY: Routledge.

43.    Landau-North, M., Johnson, S.M. & Dalgleish, T. (2011). “Emotionally focused couple therapy and addiction”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 193-218. New York, NY: Routledge.

44.    Johnson, S.M. & Zuccarini, D. (2011). “EFT for sexual issues: An integrated model of couple and sex therapy”. In J. Furrow, S. Johnson & B. Bradley (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 219-246. New York, NY: Routledge.

45.    Makinen, J.A. & Ediger, L. (2011). “Rebuilding bonds after the traumatic impact of infidelity”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 247-270. New York, NY: Routledge.

46.    Furrow, J.L. & Palmer, G. (2011). “Emotionally focused therapy for remarried couples: Making new connections and facing competing attachments”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley, & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 271-294. New York, NY: Routledge.

47.    Liu, T. & Wittenborn, A. (2011). “Emotionally focused therapy with culturally diverse couples”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 295-316. New York, NY: Routledge.

48.    Furrow, J., Johnson, S.M., Bradley, B., & Amodeo, J. (2011). “Spirituality and emotionally focused couple therapy: Exploring common ground”. In J. Furrow, S. Johnson & B. Bradley (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 343-372. New York, NY: Routledge.

49.    Zuccarini, D. & Karos, L. (2011). “Emotionally focused therapy for gay and lesbian couples: Strong identities, strong bonds”. In J. Furrow, B. Bradley & S. Johnson, (Eds.), The Emotionally Focused Casebook: New directions in treating couples, pp. 317-342. New York, NY: Routledge.

50.    Greenman, P.S., Faller, G. & Johnson, S.M. (2011). “Finding the words: Working with men in emotionally focused therapy (EFT) for couples”. In D. Shepard & M. Harway (Eds.), Engaging men in couples therapy: A gender sensitive approach, pp. 129-152. New York: Routledge.

51.    Ruzgyte, E., & Spinks, D. (2011). “Emotionally Focused Therapy.” In L. Metcalf (Ed.), Marriage and Family Therapy: A Practice-Oriented Approach, pp. 341-364. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

52.    Johnson, S.M. (2009). “Emotionally focused couple therapy”. In H Reis & S. Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human relationships, pp. 497-500. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Ltd.

53.    Johnson, S.M. (2009). “Emotionally focused couple therapy: It’s all about emotion and connection”. In M. Kerman (Ed.), Clinical pearls of wisdom: 21 Leading therapists offer their key insights, pp. 133-143. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

54.    Greenman, P.S., Young, M.Y. & Johnson, S.M. (2009). “Emotionally focused couple therapy with intercultural couples”. In M. Rastogi, & V. Thomas (Eds.), Multicultural couple therapy, pp. 143-166. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Ltd.

55.    Johnson. S.M. (2009). “Extravagant emotion: Understanding and transforming love relationships in Emotionally Focused Therapy”. In D. Fosha, D. Siegel, & M. Solomon (Eds.), The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development & clinical practice, pp. 257-279. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

56.    Johnson, S.M. & Bradley, B. (2009). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: Creating loving relationships”. In J. Bray & M. Stanton (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of family psychology, pp. 402-416. Chichester, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

57.    Johnson, S.M., & Courtois, C. (2009). “Couple therapy”. In C. Courtois & J. Ford (Eds.), Treating complex traumatic stress disorders: Scientific Foundations and Therapeutic Models, pp. 371-390. New York: Guilford Press.

58.    Johnson, S.M., & Woolley, S. (2009). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: An attachment-based treatment”. In G. Gabbard (Ed.), Textbook of psychotherapeutic treatments, pp. 553-580. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing Inc. (APPI).

59.    Johnson, S.M. (2008). “Attachment theory and emotionally focused therapy for individuals and couples: Perfect partners”, In J. Obegi & E. Berant (Eds.), Attachment theory and research in clinical work with adults, pp. 410– 433. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

60.    Johnson, S.M. (2008). “Emotionally focused couple therapy.” In Alan S. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical handbook of couple therapy, 4th Edition, pp. 107-137. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

61.    Johnson, S. M. (2008). “Couple and family therapy: An attachment perspective”. In J. Cassidy & P.R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research and clinical applications, 2nd Edition, pp. 811- 832. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

62.    Efron, D. & Palmer, G. (2008) “Emotionally focused family therapy”. In L. VandeCreek & J.B. Allen (Eds.), Innovations in clinical practice: Focus on group, couples & family therapy, pp. 47-59. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.

63.    Macintosh, H.B., Hall, J. & Johnson, S.M. (2007). “Forgive and forget: A comparison of emotionally focused and cognitive-behavioral models of forgiveness and intervention in the context of couple infidelity”. In P.R. Peluso (Ed.), Infidelity: A practitioners guide to working with couples in crisis, pp. 127-148. New York, NY: Routledge.

64.    Macintosh, H.B., Johnson, S.M. & Lee, A. (2006). “Hanging on to a heartbeat: Emotionally focused therapy as a resource for couples dealing with the trauma of coronary heart disease”. In E. Molinari, A. Compare & G. Parati (Eds.), Clinical psychology and heart disease, pp. 391-412. Milan, Italy: Springer.

Reprinted in Italian (2007). “Terapia di coppia emotionally focused per il trattamento dell ‘ansia in pazienti postinfortuati.” In E. Molinari, A. Compare & G. Parati (Eds.), Mente & Cuore: clinica psicologica della malattia cardiaca, pp. 317-342. Milan, Italy: Springer.

65.    Woolley, S., & Johnson, S.M. (2005). “Creating secure connections: Emotionally focused couples therapy”. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Handbook of clinical family therapy, pp. 384-405. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

66.    Johnson, S.M. (2005). “Broken bonds: An emotionally focused approach to infidelity.” In K.M. Hertlein, F.P. Piercy & & J.L. Wetchler (Eds.), Handbook of the clinical treatment of infidelity, pp. 17-29. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

67.    Johnson, S.M. (2005). “Emotion and the repair of close relationships”. In W.M. Pinsof & J. Lebow (Eds.), Family psychology: The art of the science, pp. 91-113. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

68.    Bradley, B., & Johnson, S.M. (2005). “Task analysis of couple and family change events”. In D. Sprenkle & F. Piercy (Eds.), Research methods in family therapy, 2nd Edition, pp. 254-271. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

69.    Bradley, B., & Johnson, S.M. (2004). “EFT: An integrative contemporary approach”. In M. Harway (Ed.), Handbook of couples therapy, pp. 179-193. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

70.    Johnson, S.M. (2004). “Attachment theory: A guide for healing couple relationships” In W.S. Rholes & J.A. Simpson (Eds.), Adult attachment: Theory, research and clinical implications, pp. 367-387. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

71.    Johnson, S.M. (2004). “Facing the dragon together: Emotionally focused couples therapy with trauma survivors”. In D. Catherall (Ed.), Handbook of stress, trauma and the family, pp. 493-512. Washington, DC: APA Press.

72.    Johnson, S.M. (2004). “An antidote to post-traumatic stress disorder: The creation of secure attachment in couples therapy”. In L. Atkinson & S. Goldberg, (Eds.), Attachment issues in psychopathology and intervention, pp. 207-228. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

73.    Furrow, J. L., Bradley, B., & Johnson, S. M. (2004). Emotion focused family therapy with complex family systems. In V. Bengston, A. Acock, K. Allen, P. Dilworth Anderson, & D. Klien (Eds.). Sourcebook of family theory and research, pp. 220-222. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

74.    Johnson, S.M. (2003). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: Empiricism and art”. In T. Sexton, G. Weeks, & M. Robbins (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy: The science and practice of working with families and couples, pp. 303-322. New York, NY: Routledge.

75.    Johnson, S. M. (2003). “Attachment theory: A guide for couples therapy.” In S. M. Johnson & V. Whiffen (Eds.), Attachment processes in couples and families, pp. 103-123. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

76.    Bradley, B. & Palmer, G. (2003) “Attachment in later life-implications for intervention with older adults”. In S.M. Johnson & V. Whiffen (Eds.), Attachment processes in couple and family therapy, pp. 281-299. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

77.    Josephson, G. (2003) “Using an attachment based intervention for same sex couples”. In S.M. Johnson & V. Whiffen (Eds.), Attachment processes in couple and family therapy, pp. 300-320. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

78.    Whiffen, V. (2003) “Adult attachment and childbearing depression”. In S.M. Johnson & V. Whiffen (Eds.), Attachment processes in couple and family therapy, pp. 321-341. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

79.    Johnson, S. M., & Makinen, J. (2003). “Post-traumatic stress.” In D.K. Snyder & M.A. Whisman (Eds.), Treating difficult couples, pp. 308-329. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

80.    Johnson, S. M. (2003). “Couples therapy research: Status and directions.” In G.P. Sholevar (Ed.), Textbook of family and couples therapy: Clinical applications, pp. 797-820. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing Inc. (APPI).

81.    Johnson, S. M. (2003). “Introduction to attachment: A therapists guide to primary relationships and their renewal.” In S.M. Johnson & V. Whiffen (Eds.), Attachment processes in couples and family therapy, pp. 3-17. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

82.    Johnson, S. M. & Best, M. (2003). “A systemic approach to restructuring adult attachment: The EFT model of couples therapy.” In P. Erdman & T. Caffery (Eds.), Attachment and family systems: Conceptual, empirical and therapeutic relatedness, pp. 165-192. New York, NY: Routledge.

83.    Johnson, S. M. (2002). “Marital Problems.” In D. Sprenkle (Ed.), Effectiveness research in marriage and family therapy, pp. 163-192. Alexandria, VA: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).

84.    Johnson, S. M., & Denton, W. (2002). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: Creating connection.” In A.S. Gurman & N.S. Jacobson (Eds.), The clinical handbook of couple therapy, 3rd Edition, pp. 221-250. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

85.    Johnson, S. M., & Boisvert, C. (2002). “Treating couples and families from the humanistic perspective: More than symptoms, more than solutions.” In D. Cain & J. Seeman (Eds.), Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice, pp. 309-338. Washington, DC: APA Press.

86.    Johnson, S.M., (2000). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: Creating a secure bond.” In F.M. Dattilio & L.J. Bevilacqua (Eds.), Comparative treatments in relationship dysfunction, pp. 163-185. New York, NY: Springer.

87.    Johnson, S. M. & Lee, A. (2000). “Emotionally focused family therapy: Restructuring attachment.” In C.E. Bailey (Ed.), Children in therapy: Using the family as a resource, pp. 112-136. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

88.    Johnson, S. M. & Sims, A. (2000). “Attachment theory: A map for couples therapy.” In T. Levy (Ed.), Handbook of attachment interventions, pp. 169-191. San Diego, CA: Elsevier/Academic Press.

89.    Johnson, S. M. (1999). “Emotionally focused couples therapy: Straight to the heart.” In J. Donovan (Ed.), Short term couple therapy, pp.13-42. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

90.    Johnson, S. M. (1998). “Emotionally focused couple therapy.” In F.M. Dattilio (Ed.). Case studies in couple and family therapy: Systemic and cognitive perspectives, pp. 450-472. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

91.    Johnson, S. M., & Greenberg, L. S. (1995). “The emotionally focused approach to problems in adult attachment.” In N. S. Jacobson & A. S. Gurman (Eds.), The clinical handbook of marital therapy, 2nd Edition, pp. 3-26. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

92.    Johnson, S. M., & Greenberg, L. S. (1992). “Emotionally focused therapy: Restructuring attachment.” In S. Budman, M. Hoyt, & S. Friedman (Eds.), The first sessions in brief therapy, pp. 297-324. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

93.    Greenberg, L. S. & Johnson, S. M. (1990) “Emotional change processes in couples therapy.” In E.A. Belchman & A.M. Delamater (Eds.), Emotions and the family: For better or for worse, pp. 137-154 Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

94.    Greenberg, L. S. & Johnson, S. M. (1986) “Emotionally focused couples therapy: An integrated affective systemic approach.” In N. S. Jacobson & A. S. Gurman (Eds.), The clinical handbook of marital therapy, pp 253-276. New York, NY: Guilford Press.