Counseling for couples, men, and women in Seattle with Joseph A. Losi, MA, LMFT
Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist
“No one can dance with a partner and not touch each other’s raw spots. We must know what these raw spots are and be able to speak about them in a way that pulls our partner closer to us.” —Sue Johnson
It is my firm belief that coming to know whom we truly are can have enormous benefits in all phases of our life, individually and in partnership. It is challenging work, and when done in a relationship founded in trust, empathy and collaboration the rewards can be life altering and life affirming.
“Ya know… I always knew that we loved each other, but now I am falling back in love with you.”
My goal in therapy is to help couples, men, and women cultivate a greater awareness,acceptance and regulation of emotion, thought and behavior. You’ll develop the ability to communicate in ways that will foster increased intimacy with partners, spouses and other relationships.
“I found out I am unique, complex and very imperfect and that is okay.”
—Individual therapy client
Seattle Couples Workshops
Join us for a deeply experiential weekend for couples. We guide you to reconnect and strengthen your relationship and in turn rekindle your spark.
Fresh from the Blog
“Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story.” “What you don’t talk out, you act out.” That is the profound truth that lies at the core of the mass shootings that plague American society. You must watch this Ted Talk!!!...read more
A core tenet of EFT, and our Hold Me Tight Seattle Couples Workshops – Accepting Negative Emotions “Instead of backing away from negative emotions, accept them. Acknowledge how you are feeling without rushing to change your emotional state.” And,...read more
With the fundamental help of Developmental Psychologist, Ed Tronick, Phd, the creator of the “Still Face,” experiment, Sue Johnson, the primary creator of EFT, continues to show us how the power of emotion organizes moments of disconnection and connection...read more
“Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn’t you – all of the expectations, all of the beliefs – and becoming who you are.” —Rachel Naomi Remen