• Sue-2014-MBGtalk-resized “Can love last forever through the ups and downs of life? Couples therapist Dr. Sue Johnson explains what it really takes to make a relationship work.”

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    Dr. Sue Johnson is a bestselling author, a clinical psychologist, Distinguished Research Professor, dynamic speaker, and a recognized innovator who has changed the field of couples therapy.

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  • Cover_love-sense_wr“A life-changing book! Dr. Johnson elucidates the science of love, convincingly demonstrating the underlying emotional logic of relationships. It will enrich the lives of all who read it.”
    Richard Lannon, MD. coauthor of A General Theory of Love

    (Published in the UK as The Love Secret)

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    “A truly revolutionary, breakthrough book….the most important, valuable book for couples published in the 21st century.”
    Barry McCarthy, Ph.D. author of Getting It Right the First Time

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Attachment and the Dance of Sex: Integrating Couple and Sex Therapy



Attachment and the Dance of Sex – Integrating Couple and Sex Therapy  

We are just going to chat here a little about a couple of small topics – sex and love – and how to really put them together and make them work – in just 50 minutes or so! read more »




EFT stands for Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.

This approach to seeing relationships – as an attachment bond – and shaping more loving relationships is leading the couple relationship field into a new understanding of romantic love. read more »

"This is a fascinating, paradigm-shifting book, impressive in its scope and depth and staggering in its implications for us all. It is a giant leap forward. It is also a great, fun read - enjoy!"

- Dr. Drew Pinsky on Love Sense



"Attachment lives deep in primordial pathways in the brain. And Johnson’s impressive work at commandeering this brain system to rehabilitate failing partnerships is an important contribution to those lost in the thicket of unhappy pair-bonding". - on Love Sense

- Dr. Helen Fisher, New York Times Sunday Book Review


"Romantic love is not the least bit illogical or random. It is the continuation of an ordered and wise recipe for survival. We now have a map that can guide us in creating, healing and sustaining love. This is a consummate breakthrough.”

- Dr. Sue Johnson