Couple Therapy

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  1. Book Image10 Principles for Doing Effective Couples Therapy

    Julie Schwartz Gottman, John M. Gottman, Daniel J. Siegel

    From the country’s leading couple therapist duo, a practical guide to what makes it all work.More

  2. Book Image8 Keys to Building Your Best Relationships

    Daniel A. Hughes, Babette Rothschild

    Bringing attachment theory essentials to everyday life.More

  3. 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.
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  4. Book ImageAnger, Alcoholism, and Addiction: Treating Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Patricia S. Potter-Efron, Ronald T. Potter-Efron

    Intended primarily for counsellors working with alcoholics, addicts and their families, this text describes three treatment approaches to anger - ventilation, reduction and management - along with their advantages and disadvantages for different types of patients.
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  5. Book ImageClinical Pearls of Wisdom: 21 Leading Therapists Offer Their Key Insights

    Michael Kerman

    Often when you attend conferences you overhear people telling their colleagues about the most exciting workshops they have attended. Even if it was a day-long workshop, people seem to be able to summarize the best nuggets of information they picked up.More

  6. Book ImageConstructing the Sexual Crucible: An Integration of Sexual and Marital Therapy

    David Morris Schnarch

    This book challenges the fundamental paradigms in sexual-marital therapies, and provides a fresh look at the nature of intimacy and the diverse barriers to eroticism in many marriages.More

  7. Book ImageCountertransference in Couples Therapy

    Judith Siegel, Marion Solomon

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

  8. Book ImageThe Couple Is Telling You What You Need To Know

    Norman S. Bobes, Toby Bobes

    As our society becomes more culturally diverse and our definition of family changes, mental health practitioners must respond by becoming more adept at understanding issues of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and class, and recognizing their impact on every aspect of therapy.More

  9. Book ImageThe Courage to Love: Principles and Practices of Self-Relations Psychotherapy

    Stephen Gilligan

    This is a book about how psychotherapy may be used to cultivate the courage and freedom to love.More

  10. Book ImageDoing Contextual Therapy: An Integrated Model for Working with Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Peter Goldenthal

    This book explains this deeply ethical approach of contextual therapy in practical terms and demonstrates its practice in extensive cases.More

  11. 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

  12. Book ImageEmotional Intelligence in Couples Therapy: Advances from Neurobiology and the Science of Intimate Relationships

    Brent J. Atkinson

    Over the past thirty years, groundbreaking studies on the relationships of couples have identified precisely what intimate partners must do in order to have successful partnerships.More

  13. Book ImageErectile Dysfunction: Integrating Couple Therapy, Sex Therapy, and Medical Treatment

    Nancy Gambescia, Gerald R. Weeks

    With the release of Viagra, erectile dysfunction has become an acceptable topic of advertising and public discussion.More

  14. Book ImageEvaluating Couples: A Handbook for Practitioners

    Mark A. Karpel

    "The reader will find this book useful whether or not one agrees with Karpel's therapeutic style or clinical assumptions….[I]t succinctly reviews a lot of the basics about couples and about couple therapy, and suggests an attitude toward work with couples that we would all do well to incorporate into our own ongoing therapy. It will definitely be on my recommended list of resources and I am sure to quote liberally from its author."—Eleanor Macklin, Journal of Family PsychotherapyMore

  15. Book ImageFrom Conflict to Resolution: Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment of Distressed Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Susan M. Heitler

    "Heitler has established herself as a leader in what is evolving as an extraordinary, valuable integration of systems perspectives, cognitive and behavioral methodologies, and traditional views of personality and therapy."--Psychotherapy in Private PracticeMore

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