Emotionally Focused therapy in Seattle for couples, men and women
Joseph A. Losi, MA, LMFT

Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist

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Hold Me Tight Seattle Couples Workshops

Psychedelic Health Northwest

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.”
—Couples client

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

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The ABCs of Healthy Relationship

By Joseph Losi, Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and relationship coach  © Joseph Losi, 2022, www.josephlosi.com Communication that positively connects us to others is central to healthy, fulfilling relationships of all kinds. Humans are inherently social...

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The Gift of Fathering…..

The Gift of Fathering…..

What I have come to realize after a decade of practice, as a psychotherapist, is that the fundamental skills needed to be a solid father are not that different from the skills needed to be a good therapist. Learning how to raise up “good men,” and learning how to...

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Love Listens

Love listens, it has no need to control It does not fix It listens with patience, with compassion, with curiosity, strength and courage It knows its own limits and knows when to hold, it holds, and let’s be...  Love listens and knows that taking control steals from...

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“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