Comments on the Emotion-Focused Therapy Approach and
Dr. Leslie Greenberg’s work

"There is no doubt that Greenberg is both a pioneer and the field’s premier investigator in the important work of applying the basic research on emotions to the process of psychotherapy... a fabulous compendium of strategies for working with emotions."
                                                          - Marsha M. Linehan, Ph.D.  

"Immensely valuable [for] psychotherapists of all persuasions...theoretically innovative and clinically practical."
                                                           - Michael J. Mahoney, Ph.D.

"Most psychotherapists and theories of psychotherapy recognize, in one way or another, the centrality of emotion in both psychopathology and therapeutic change. [Dr. Greenberg's] 'emotionally focused' therapeutic approach [is one] that virtually all therapists will find useful."
                                                           - Morris Eagle, Ph.D.

"Although emotion has long been recognized as playing a significant role in the development, maintenance and change of most clinical problems, the guidelines for working with emotions therapeutically have always left something to be desired. Not so with [those of] Greenberg... [his are] lucid, jargon-free ... a landmark contribution."
                                                            - Marvin R. Goldfried, Ph.D.

"Truly outstanding work [for] every researcher and practitioner involved with psychotherapy."
                                                            - David H. Barlow, Ph.D.

Reviews of the book "Emotion-focused therapy: Coaching clients to work through their feelings" by Dr. Leslie Greenberg.

"This book is a must for psychotherapists of all theoretical orientations.”
                                                             - Louise Castonguay, Ph.D.

"..conveys precious practical wisdom about emotional experience.”
                                                             - Michael J. Mahoney, Ph.D.

"An excellent complement to the traditional work of cognitive-behavior therapists.”
                                                             - Arthur Bohart, Ph.D.