Marriage & Family Therapy & Counseling

Pages: Prev 1 ... 3 4 5 6 NextSORT BY: Date | Title | Author
  1. Book ImageNurturing Queer Youth: Family Therapy Transformed

    Linda Stone Fish, Rebecca G. Harvey

    Youth are coming out as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered at increasingly younger ages.More

  2. Book ImageThe Marriage Clinic Casebook

    Julie Schwartz Gottman

    The Marriage Clinic Casebook bridges the gap between the powerful theory behind Gottman Method Couples Therapy and the unique application of therapeutic principles to real-life cases.More

  3. Book ImageLiving Beyond Loss: Death in the Family

    Monica McGoldrick, Froma Walsh

    Walsh and McGoldrick have fully revised and expanded this landmark work on the impact of death on the family system.More

  4. Book ImageTreating Infidelity: Therapeutic Dilemmas and Effective Strategies

    Nancy Gambescia, Robert E. Jenkins, Gerald R. Weeks

    Infidelity is one of the leading presenting problems for couples entering counseling.More

  5. Book ImageIn Search of Solutions: A New Direction in Psychotherapy

    Bill O'Hanlon, Michele Weiner-Davis

    First published in 1989, In Search of Solutions is a classic statement on the concepts, methodologies, and goals of solution-oriented therapy.More

  6. Book ImageRituals in Families and Family Therapy

    Evan Imber-Black, Janine Roberts, Richard A. Whiting

    Family rituals are the events, big and small, that give family life texture and meaning.More

  7. Book ImageDoing Couple Therapy: Integrating Theory with Practice

    Toby Bobes, Barbara Rothman

    How do couples get beyond the reactivity and blaming that destroy self-esteem and good will? How can couples sort out the multiple layers and complexities in their relationships? Is it possible to move from impasse to dialogue?More

  8. Book ImageHypoactive Sexual Desire: Integrating Sex and Couple Therapy

    Nancy Gambescia, Gerald R. Weeks

    The lack of sexual desire, known clinically as hypoactive sexual desire (HSD), is generally recognized as the most common sexual problem in America.

  9. Book ImageFamily Therapy: An Intimate History

    Lynn Hoffman

    This book follows the journey of one highly curious and questing therapist from an instrumental, causal approach to family therapy to a collaborative, communal one.More

  10. Book ImageThe Marriage Clinic: A Scientifically Based Marital Therapy

    John M. Gottman

    The Marriage Clinic presents a complete marital therapy program based on John Gottman's much heralded research on marital success and failure.More

  11. Book ImageCutting: Understanding and Overcoming Self-Mutilation

    Steven Levenkron

    A seminal work on treating self-mutilation, revised and updated with illuminating case studies and newly available resources.More

  12. Book ImageCreating Competence from Chaos

    Martha Morrison Dore, Marion Lindblad-Goldberg, Lenora Stern

    Children with emotional and behavioral disorders are often adrift in our society, lacking adequate mental health care or caught between several child-serving systems, such as child welfare, juvenile justice, and the schools.More

  13. Book ImageInfertility and Involuntary Childlessness: Helping Couples Cope

    Beth Cooper-Hilbert

    Infertility, which affects one in six couples--over ten million people, is at once a medical, psychological, and social problem. Infertility and Involuntary Childlessness shows therapists how to help individuals and couples cope with this crisis.More

  14. Book ImageAcceptance and Change in Couple Therapy: A Therapist's Guide to Transforming Relationships

    Andrew Christensen, Neil S. Jacobson

    An ideal text for all students of marital dynamics.

  15. Book ImageCountertransference in Couples Therapy

    Judith Siegel, Marion Solomon

    Countertransference refers to the therapist's complex reactions to clients--in this case, couples.More

Pages: Prev 1 ... 3 4 5 6 Next