We create our relationships from the inside out. When we want to change the way our relationships are operating, it’s an inside job.
EVERYDAY LOVE.. IS A HUB OF SUPPORT
- Flexible online learning at your own pace.
- Professionally designed and delivered courses.
- Services and resources based on time-tested and empirically proven methods.
- Support through live online practice sessions.
- In-person private support for deep integrated relationship support.
CLICK THE OPTION THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOU
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.
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Discovering and making sense of the many layers of emotions, needs and thoughts can be daunting and unfamiliar territory. It’s possible for ALL of us to understand emotions and find healthy loving ways forward in intimate relationship. However there can be perceived barriers, and these were the impetus for Everyday Love…
Someone dear to me needed relationship support and I was too close to be able to contribute. Money was a factor too. I realised my dream of providing relationship resources online was the solution for them and others with limited resources. It would give affordable support rather than none.
I also go to the beach early each morning and people there told me that their husbands and boyfriends (predominately) would not be willing to get relationship help. I work with both men and women and I see how the messages that society has given men and some women too, has generated shame and confusion around emotions.
I wanted to offer private, safe, flexible stepping stones so that everyone can find support, including those who say that they would never go to therapy or a workshop.
Hi, I’m Linda Mukti Rysenbry. Relationship in its full potential is a path for transformation, healing, health, purpose and happiness.
I invite you into an expansive presence of warmth, authenticity, joy and love.
In this you will find a powerful combination of learning and embodying the consciousness of Nonviolent/Compassionate Communication, conversation and mediation which values everyone’s needs equally and transformative deep honest therapeutic dialogues as per Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT).
The balancing of our human feelings and needs and soulful longings for love are approached through the lens of attachment theory. I also bring a rich pot of personal and professional experiences including in blended families, and 15 years of professional learning and resources.
I have co-trained with the founder of Nonviolent Communication, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg and studied with him personally intensively in Switzerland and the USA. I am one of the founding trainers for the Center for Nonviolent Communication in Australia and co-founder of www.embodyingnvc.com . I am privileged to be supervised by Dr. Jenny Fitzgerald, Australia’s foremost Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy therapist trainer for EFCT.
What is Emotionally Focused Therapy?
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 ie. 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 means 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.