Washington Baltimore Center 
for EFT

Excellence in training mental health clinicians and in providing client care in Emotionally Focused Therapy

Kathryn Rheem, Director

 

Kathryn’s Publications:


Rheem, K.D., Woolley, S.R., & Weissman, N. Using Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Military Couples. In B. Moore & J. Carlson (Eds.), Handbook of Counseling Military Couples, New York: Routledge, (in press).


 

Rheem, K.D., Woolley, S.R., & Johnson, S.M. Emotionally focused couple therapy: A military case study. In D. Carson & M. Casado-Kehoe (Eds.), Case Studies in Couple Therapy: Theory-Based Approaches, New York: Taylor and Francis, 2011.



Johnson, S.M. & Rheem, K.D. Surviving trauma: Strengthening couples through Emotionally Focused Therapy. In P. Noller & G. Karantzas (Eds.), Couple and Family Relationships: A Guide to contemporary research, theory, practice and policy. New York: Wiley Blackwell, 2011.

           

Sneath, L., & Rheem, K.D. Emotionally focused therapy with Army couples coping with PTSD. In R.B. Everson & C.R. Figley (Eds.), Families under fire: Systemic therapy with military families. New York: Routledge, 2010.  



Howard, M.D., & Rheem, K.D. (2009). Attachment & the creation of a safe haven: Use of emotion focused therapy in treating military couples impacted by the trauma of war. The Family Therapy Magazine, 8(2), 21-25.


         Rheem, Kathryn.  Helping a Combat Vet Face His
         Vulnerability: Connecting with the Shut-down Client. 
         Psychotherapy Networker, July 2012

For more information about Kathryn, visit kathrynrheem.com.