We create relationships from the inside out. When we want to change how our relationships are operating, it’s an inside job.
Mukti Jarvis (she/her) is a member of the The International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), the international Center for Nonviolent Communication and the Melbourne Community for EFT Therapists (MCEFT where she is currently Vice President). She is an accredited EFT Therapist, certified Nonviolent Communication Trainer and Mediator(CNVC) and an experiential attachment oriented Therapist and Counsellor, who is Polyvagal and Trauma informed.
She studied along side the late founder of CNVC, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, in Switzerland, USA and Australia before co-training with with him in New Zealand. She is trained and supervised by Dr Jenny Fitzgerald, Australia’s founding EFT trainer, a student of Chi for Two with Dee Wagner and educated by Deb Dana in the Polyvagal theory of the autonomic nervous system.
Mukti has an extensive history in both corporate and private sector business, in HR and General Management. All through her professional life, human connection, emotional honesty, dignity and wellbeing have been the priority.
She is sought out as a skilful facilitator and presenter. She brings attachment theory, compassionate communication, conflict resolution and relationships together to create practical, experiential workshops and events. Mukti has delivered programs for global and local businesses, school communities, tertiary health education, and franchise organisations.
Her inclusive private practice for couples, individuals and families/ groups has been operating since 2003.
With her commitment to relationship wellbeing and intimacy, Mukti is available to contribute to media discussions and publications.
She meets with people nationally and internationally, online in Zoom.
Mukti is a member of:
International Center for Excellence in EFT
Australian Center for EFT
Melbourne Center for EFT
International Center for Nonviolent Communication
International Institute for Complementary Therapists
I look forward to meeting you.
What is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFCT)?
EFT is an experiential humanistic model that integrates systems theory and attachment theory, a well-researched scientifc model of romantic relationships (Johnson, 2019). It has been validated by outcome research (Wiebe & Johnson, 2016) to successfully help couples repair relationship distress and improve relationship satisfaction with long term success. EFT has a 75% success rate and even those who don’t complete the process, 90% report an improvement in their relationship. EFT has three parts:
- de-escalating your negative distancing cycle;
- restructuring your bond;
- integrating your new positive cycle
Years 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 of connection. The continual deepening of emotional intimacy and connection. NVC starts by helping you make sense of yourself everyday, interaction by interaction. It guides you to truly understand your partner’s feelings and needs instead of your diagnosis or analysis of them. NVC teaches you how to provide a safe emotional place for each other and share in new ways.
With NVC we learn to hear our own deeper needs and those of others. Through its emphasis on deep empathic listening—to ourselves as well as others—NVC helps us discover the gift of compassion in relationship.
Even if you don’t both learn NVC, it can help you have better interactions.
The elements of NVC are simple, yet powerfully transformative.