We create relationships from the inside out. When we want to change how our relationships are operating, it’s an inside job.
Mukti is a certified EFT Therapist by the International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) and accredited with the international Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC).
As one of the first four trainers for the Center for Nonviolent Communication in Australia, Mukti has specialised since 2002 in couples focusing on emotional intimacy (which is directly related to sexual intimacy), developing positive cycles of connection, facilitated conversations and relationship emotional fitness for singles.
Through Everyday Love, Mukti also facilitates The Relationship Revolution a 10 week Online Program – with 30 hours of Live Group Coaching.
Mukti worked along side the late founder of CNVC, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, co-training, studying intensively with him in Switzerland, the USA, Australia and New Zealand. NVC was a life changing discovery for her.
She has found that to truly transform the foundations of a relationship it often requires more than learning Nonviolent Communication (NVC) – which is about how to create positive cycles of connection. It requires us to also be able to identify subtle disruptive habits and patterns.
For this reason Mukti studied and became an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist (EFCT), in an empirically proven methodology widely considered one of the best couple therapy models available.
To date she is the only person we are aware of who is both accredited in EFCT and NVC. Hopefully that changes, because she see these two modalities as an incredibly powerful combination which is widely needed. Her own inner work, uniquely shapes how she shares NVC and bring EFCT with the individuals and couples.
Spiritually oriented or personal growth focused couples and individuals are frequently drawn to work with Mukti. Her experience is that relationship is a unique pathway for awakening to who we are and to understand that love is not to be obtained from another but is our basic nature.
Mukti meets with people in-person, in Melbourne’s inner-north Melbourne at the beautiful Wellbeing Center in the Convent, Abbotsford. And nationally and internationally via Online in Zoom.
She would tell you her work is really not work, because she gets so much satisfaction and fulfillment. You can find her out in the early morning, hill walking, bike riding, yoga-ing and/or just sitting quietly, before she goes online, writes and has a cup of tea!
Yep, that’s me 🙂
What is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFCT)?
EFT is extensively empirically validated as the most successful approach for building loving relationships. It has a 75% success rate and even those who don’t complete the process in full, experience a 90% improvement in their relationship. It is irrefutable now that our early attachment bonding experiences shape our relationships. That can be helpful or unhelpful!
EFT has a structured approach – de-escalating the negative cycle; restructuring the bond; integrating the positive cycle. Long after completing this process couples report their relationship is increasingly loving and resilient.
EFT is relevant for ALL relationships!
What is NVC?
NVC is the language of the positive cycle i.e. connection. It is a fabulous way to establish and support directing attention away from our thoughts, negative perceptions of the world and ourselves; instead we direct attention back inward toward making heart-felt interactions that embrace emotions and common human needs —both our own and our partners. NVC stands for Nonviolent Communication. Nonviolent meaning compassionate, honest, present – in the way Gandhi and Martin Luther King used it.
It helps us find and take actions from the energy of love and connection.
IS EVERYDAY LOVE FOR YOU?
Our Live Learning or Online Courses and Practice will give you new insights and understandings about how that can help you to deepen your connection.
Online Courses and Practice will give you new insights and understandings about how that can help you to deepen your connection.
In-person support is absolutely your first step so you can:
- Step out of the negative cycle of interactions you currently have and address the painful emotions behind it.
- Have the healing conversations you both need so you can build trust and intimacy.
- Embody the positive cycle of connection that strengthens your relationship for years to come.