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The Heart Of The Matter: Perspectives On Emotion In Marital

The Heart Of The Matter: Perspectives On Emotion In Marital [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1134860374
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Interpersonal/Humanistic/Existential

Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Interpersonal/Humanistic/Existential [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0471214396
Author: Florence W. Kaslow,Robert F. Massey,Sharon Davis Massey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Interpersonal/Humanistic/Existential by Florence W. Kaslow,Robert F. Massey,Sharon Davis Massey Book Resume:

Now available in paperback. In this volume, theoretical frames, modalities, and applicationsare examined for Interpersonal/Humanistic/Existentialpsychotherapy. Topics range from "Culturally SensitivePsychotherapy with Children" to "Spiritually Sensitive Therapy" and"Existential Treatment with HIV/AIDS clients."

Emotions and the Family

Emotions and the Family [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317718631
Author: Richard Fabes,Gary W Peterson,Suzanne Steinmetz
Publisher: Routledge
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Emotions and the Family by Richard Fabes,Gary W Peterson,Suzanne Steinmetz Book Resume:

“The family is the place where minds come in contact with one another”—Buddha Emotions and the Family reflects the dramatic change in how professionals and practitioners working with today's families view the role of emotions in general family and marital processes. Professionals, researchers, and academics present a wide variety of approaches to the study of emotion and family functioning, providing a rare theoretical and empirical look at how emotions regulate, guide, and influence actions and behaviors within the family. This unique book will provide you with new avenues of research, theory, measurement, and analysis, emphasizing contexts that range from the focus on specific relationships within the family to the impact of contextual influences in family emotionality. Emotions and the Family examines the shift that has taken place in how practitioners and therapists view emotions—as having important interpsychic functions instead of as a function of intrapsychic processes. The book will show you how emotions are involved in almost every aspect of family development: from the beginnings of the family formation (dating, courting, and marriage) to the transition to parenthood (pregnancy, birth, bonding, and attachment) to the dissolution of family relationships (divorce, death). Authors discuss aspects of how the fabric of family life is woven together by the complex interplay of emotions, with essential information on: marital/family relationships parenting socialization sibling relationships family health dysfunctional family processes family therapy and much more! Emotions and the Family functions as an invaluable textbook for graduate studies in family sciences, child development, psychology, social work, and sociology. The book is equally effective as a professional resource for clinical practitioners in psychology, marriage and family therapy, and social work.

Case Studies in Couple and Family Therapy

Case Studies in Couple and Family Therapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1462532233
Author: Frank M. Dattilio
Publisher: Guilford Publications
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Case Studies in Couple and Family Therapy by Frank M. Dattilio Book Resume:

Featuring case presentations by many of the most distinguished practitioners of couple and family therapy, this volume brings to life the full spectrum of approaches in the field. The cases illustrate the principles and techniques of the respective approaches and allow the reader to "listen in" on highly skilled therapists at work. Editor Frank Dattilio comments on each case with a focus on ways to integrate systemic and cognitive-behavioral approaches. He suggests ways that cognitive principles might usefully be called upon at specific points. Responses from contributors consider the benefits of Dattilio's suggestions and elucidate each practitioner's decision-making process. See also Dattilio's authored book, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Couples and Families, which combines the empirical research base with practical clinical guidance.

Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy

Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1606237489
Author: Susan M. Johnson,Valerie E. Whiffen
Publisher: Guilford Press
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Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy by Susan M. Johnson,Valerie E. Whiffen Book Resume:

This practical book presents cutting-edge approaches to couple and family therapy that use attachment theory as the basis for new clinical understandings. Fresh and provocative insights are provided on the nature of interactions between adult partners and among parents and children; the role of attachment in distressed and satisfying relationships; and the ways attachment-oriented interventions can address individual problems as well as marital conflict and difficult family transitions. With contributions from leading clinicians and researchers, the volume offers both general strategies and specific techniques for helping clients build stronger, more supportive relational bonds.

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Trauma Survivors

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Trauma Survivors [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1462504353
Author: Susan M. Johnson
Publisher: Guilford Press
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Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy with Trauma Survivors by Susan M. Johnson Book Resume:

This book provides a theoretical framework and an innovative model of intervention for distressed couples whose relationships are affected by the echoes of trauma. Combining attachment theory, trauma research, and emotionally focused therapeutic techniques, Susan M. Johnson guides the clinician in modifying the interactional patterns that maintain traumatic stress and fostering positive, healing relationships among survivors and their partners. In-depth case material brings to life the process of assessment and treatment with couples coping with the impact of different kinds of trauma, including childhood abuse, serious illness, and combat experiences. The concluding chapter features valuable advice on therapist self-care.

Couples in Conflict

Couples in Conflict [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317301242
Author: Alan Booth,Ann C. Crouter,Mari L. Clements,Tanya Boone-Holladay
Publisher: Routledge
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Couples in Conflict by Alan Booth,Ann C. Crouter,Mari L. Clements,Tanya Boone-Holladay Book Resume:

This classic volume provides a solid foundation for thinking about creative ways in which our society can work to prevent or minimize destructive couple conflict and enhance couples' abilities to constructively handle their differences. A common thread throughout is that constructive conflict and negotiation are beneficial for relationships. The new introduction provides an overview of how this classic text is still relevant today. Divided into four parts, this book: *addresses the societal and bio-evolutionary underpinnings of couple conflict; *presents the interpersonal roots of couple conflict and the consequences for individuals and couples; *discusses what effects couple conflict have on children and how individual differences in children moderate these effects; *outlines policies and programs that address couple conflict; and * concludes with an essay that pulls these four themes together and points to new directions for research and program efforts. This book serves as a supplement in graduate or advanced undergraduate courses on interpersonal relationships, couples and/or family and conflict, divorce, couples and/or family therapy taught in human development and family studies, clinical or counseling psychology, social work, sociology, and communications and it is also a helpful compendium for researchers and clinicians/counselors interested in couple conflict.

The Dilemmas of Intimacy

The Dilemmas of Intimacy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1135068348
Author: Karen J Prager
Publisher: Routledge
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The Dilemmas of Intimacy by Karen J Prager Book Resume:

Grounded in the cognitive-behavioral approach, The Dilemmas of Intimacy focuses exclusively on understanding, assessing, and treating common problems with intimacy. Intimacy offers both risks and rewards, which create three dilemmas that every couple must negotiate: joy vs. protection from hurt, I vs. we, and past vs. present. These dilemmas offer readers a window into the treatment of intimacy problems, and help them to structure formulations, treatment goals, and therapeutic strategies. Unique to this book is the author’s “Intimacy Signature,” which is a comprehensive system for assessing couples’ intimacy issues, and offers a four-step formula for translating assessment data into therapeutic strategies. Along with the book, readers will have access to a web resource page that includes the Intimacy Signature assessment: therapist worksheets (that help match presenting problems to probable intimacy dilemmas), checklists of strengths and areas of vulnerability to assist the clinician in making a prognosis, a client take-home packet, and therapist tools for intervention (including therapist-client dialogues).

Human Bonding

Human Bonding [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1462510698
Author: Cindy Hazan,Mary I. Campa
Publisher: Guilford Press
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Human Bonding by Cindy Hazan,Mary I. Campa Book Resume:

This tightly edited volume provides an integrative overview of human bonding from infancy through adulthood. Through an attachment lens, the book synthesizes classic and cutting-edge research on close relationships and their profound impact in everyday life. Topics include infant-caregiver attachment, human social nature, child and adolescent social development, mate selection, love and sexual desire, hooking up and online dating, keys to relationship success, predictors and consequences of relationship dissolution, and the role of social connectedness in psychological adjustment and physical health. Readers get a solid grounding in the concepts, theories, and methods that define contemporary relationship science.

Beyond Technique in Solution-Focused Therapy

Beyond Technique in Solution-Focused Therapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1462502601
Author: Eve Lipchik
Publisher: Guilford Press
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Beyond Technique in Solution-Focused Therapy by Eve Lipchik Book Resume:

Solution-focused therapy is often misunderstood to be no more than the techniques it is famous for—pragmatic, future-oriented questions that encourage clients to reconceptualize their problems and build on their strengths. Yet when applied in a "one-size-fits-all" manner, these techniques may produce disappointing results and leave clinicians wondering where they have gone wrong. This volume adds a vital dimension to the SFT literature, providing a rich theoretical framework to facilitate nonformulaic clinical decision making. The focus is on how attention to emotional issues, traditionally not emphasized in brief, strengths-based interventions, can help "unstick" difficult situations and pave the way to successful solutions.

Handbook of Family Therapy

Handbook of Family Therapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1136340114
Author: Thomas L. Sexton,Jay Lebow
Publisher: Routledge
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Handbook of Family Therapy by Thomas L. Sexton,Jay Lebow Book Resume:

Integrative, research-based, multisystemic: these words reflect not only the state of family therapy, but the nature of this comprehensive handbook as well. The contributors, all well-recognized names who have contributed extensively to the field, accept and embrace the tensions that emerge when integrating theoretical perspectives and science in clinical settings to document the current evolution of couples and family therapy, practice, and research. Each individual chapter contribution is organized around a central theme: that the integration of theory, clinical wisdom, and practical and meaningful research produce the best understanding of couple and family relationships, and the best treatment options. The handbook contains five parts: • Part I describes the history of the field and its current core theoretical constructs • Part II analyzes the theories that form the foundation of couple and family therapy, chosen because they best represent the broad range of schools of practice in the field • Part III provides the best examples of approaches that illustrate how clinical models can be theoretically integrative, evidence-based, and clinically responsive • Part IV summarizes evidence and provides useful findings relevant for research and practice • Part V looks at the application of couple and family interventions that are based on emerging clinical needs, such as divorce and working in medical settings. Handbook of Family Therapy illuminates the threads that are common to family therapies and gives voice to the range of perspectives that are possible. Practitioners, researchers, and students need to have this handbook on their shelves, both to help look back on our past and to usher in the next evolution in family therapy.

The Development of the Person

The Development of the Person [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1606237349
Author: L. Alan Sroufe,Byron Egeland,Elizabeth A. Carlson,W. Andrew Collins
Publisher: Guilford Press
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The Development of the Person by L. Alan Sroufe,Byron Egeland,Elizabeth A. Carlson,W. Andrew Collins Book Resume:

The definitive work on a groundbreaking study, this essential volume provides a coherent picture of the complexity of development from birth to adulthood. Explicated are both the methodology of the Minnesota study and its far-reaching contributions to understanding how we become who we are. The book marshals a vast body of data on the ways in which individuals' strengths and vulnerabilities are shaped by myriad influences, including early experiences, family and peer relationships throughout childhood and adolescence, variations in child characteristics and abilities, and socioeconomic conditions. Implications for clinical intervention and prevention are also addressed. Rigorously documented and clearly presented, the study's findings elucidate the twists and turns of individual pathways, illustrating as never before the ongoing interplay between developing children and their environments.

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1119979978
Author: Jeffrey L. Kleinberg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy by Jeffrey L. Kleinberg Book Resume:

A user-friendly guide of best practice for leading groups in various settings and with different populations, which incorporates the latest developments in today's mental health marketplace. Features multiple theoretical perspectives and guidelines for running groups for diverse populations, in the US and worldwide Offers modern approaches and practical suggestions in a user-friendly and jargon-free style, with many clinical examples Includes a major component on resiliency and trauma relief work, and explores its impact on clinicians Accompanied by an online resource featuring discussions of psychotherapeutic techniques in practice

Using Workbooks in Mental Health

Using Workbooks in Mental Health [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317719328
Author: Luciano L'Abate
Publisher: Routledge
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Using Workbooks in Mental Health by Luciano L'Abate Book Resume:

The use of workbooks in therapy might represent one of the biggest breakthroughs that has occurred in decades. Using Workbooks in Mental Health: Resources in Prevention, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation for Clinicians and Researchers examines the effectiveness of mental health workbooks designed to address problems ranging from dementia and depression to addiction, spousal abuse, eating disorders, and more. Compiled by Dr. Luciano L’Abate, a leading authority on mental health workbooks, this resource will help clinicians and researchers become aware of the supportive evidence for the use of workbooks. Using Workbooks in Mental Health examines workbooks designed to specifically help: clients affected by dementia or depression abused women gambling addicts women who have substance-abuse addictions incarcerated felons couples preparing for marriage children with school refusal disorder and more! An essential reference for mental health professionals, graduate students, administrators, and researchers, Using Workbooks in Mental Health also explores the role of workbooks in psychological intervention over the past decade. Although workbooks are not yet part of the mainstream of psychological intervention, they are growing in popularity as their many advantages are recognized. They are easy to use by almost any client, they are cost-effective to both therapist and client in terms of money and time, they provide therapists with written assignments to use as homework for individuals, couples, and families, and they can be used in any setting, especially in computer-assisted offline or online interventions. In addition, this book shows how workbooks can be used to administer therapy to previously unreachable clients such as: people who are reluctant to talk to an authoritative figure or a stranger people who cannot afford face-to-face treatments incarcerated offenders who have not been helped by talk therapies Internet users who are searching for help via computer rather than in person

Great Myths of Intimate Relationships

Great Myths of Intimate Relationships [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1118521269
Author: Matthew D. Johnson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Great Myths of Intimate Relationships by Matthew D. Johnson Book Resume:

Great Myths of Intimate Relationships provides a captivating, pithy introduction to the subject that challenges and demystifies the many fabrications and stereotypes surrounding relationships, attraction, sex, love, internet dating, and heartbreak. The book thoroughly interrogates the current research on topics such as attraction, sex, love, internet dating, and heartbreak Takes an argument driven approach to the study of intimate relationships, encouraging critical engagement with the subject Part of The Great Myths series, it's written in a style that is compelling and succinct, making it ideal for general readers and undergraduates

Creativity in Psychotherapy

Creativity in Psychotherapy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317788362
Author: David K Carson,Kent Becker
Publisher: Routledge
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Creativity in Psychotherapy by David K Carson,Kent Becker Book Resume:

Examine the dynamic role of creativity in therapy! Creativity in Psychotherapy: Reaching New Heights with Individuals, Couples, and Families examines the nature, role, and importance of creative thinking in counseling and therapy. Authors David K. Carson and Kent W. Becker combine extensive backgrounds in marriage and family therapy and counseling to give you a unique resource that fills a crucial gap in the therapy literature. The book explores various aspects of creative thinking, personal characteristics of highly creative therapists, creative techniques and interventions, barriers to creative work, and creativity development. Not designed as a “cookbook” for conducting therapy, Creativity in Psychotherapy features practical techniques and interventions for conducting therapy with children, adults, couples, and families. Creativity in Psychotherapy: Reaching New Heights with Individuals, Couples, and Families is a much-needed response to the need for a pragmatic approach that makes sense, using methods, techniques, and applications based in respected, established theoretical principles and empirical research. The book establishes a mind-set the therapist can use to work with clients in discovering creative solutions, instead of viewing creative interventions as a grab bag of techniques. Creativity in Psychotherapy includes: a look at the various dimensions of creativity in counseling and psychotherapy an overview of the relationship between creativity and healthy functioning an examination of the connection between creativity and dysfunction a review of the role of creativity in supervision a survey of 142 therapists in the United States on the use of creativity in their practices in-depth discussions, practical examples, and illustrations “Creative Incubation” and “Break Out of The Box” exercises in each chapter! Creativity in Psychotherapy: Reaching New Heights with Individuals, Couples, and Families is well-suited for use as a primary or supplemental textbook for graduate and undergraduate courses in marriage and family therapy, psychotherapy, and counseling, and can easily be adapted for use in social work, counselor education, and clinical psychology courses. The book is an essential read for practicing psychotherapists, family therapists, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and other human service professionals.

Relational Competence Theory

Relational Competence Theory [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781441956651
Author: Luciano L'Abate,Mario Cusinato,Eleonora Maino,Walter Colesso,Claudia Scilletta
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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Relational Competence Theory by Luciano L'Abate,Mario Cusinato,Eleonora Maino,Walter Colesso,Claudia Scilletta Book Resume:

Relational competence—the set of traits that allow people to interact with each other effectively—enjoys a long history of being recorded, studied, and analyzed. Accordingly, Relational Competence Theory (RCT) complements theories that treat individuals’ personality and functioning individually by placing the individual into full family and social context. The ambitious volume Relational Competence Theory: Research and Mental Health Applications opens out the RCT literature with emphasis on its applicability to interventions, and updates the state of research on RCT, examining what is robust and verifiable both in the lab and the clinic. The authors begin with the conceptual and empirical bases for the theory, and sixteen models demonstrate the range of RCT concerns and their clinical relevance, including: - Socialization settings for relational competence. - The ability to control and regulate the self. - Relationship styles. - Intimacy and negotiation. - The use of practice exercises in prevention and treatment of pathology. - Appendices featuring the Relational Answers Questionnaire and other helpful tools. Relational Competence Theory both challenges and confirms much of what we know about the range of human relationships, and is important reading for researchers, scholars, and students in personality and social psychology, psychotherapy, and couple and family counseling.

Becoming an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist

Becoming an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1136659676
Author: Susan M. Johnson,Brent Bradley,James L. Furrow,Alison Lee,Gail Palmer,Doug Tilley,Scott Woolley
Publisher: Routledge
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Becoming an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist by Susan M. Johnson,Brent Bradley,James L. Furrow,Alison Lee,Gail Palmer,Doug Tilley,Scott Woolley Book Resume:

An invaluable tool for clinicians and students, Becoming an Emotionally Focused Therapist: The Workbook takes the reader on an adventure – the quest to become a competent, confident, and passionate couple and family therapist. In an accessible resource for training and supervision, seven expert therapists lead the reader through the nine essential steps of EFT with explicit intervention strategies. Suitable as a companion volume to The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, 2nd Ed. or as a stand-alone learning tool, the workbook provides an easy road-map to mastering the art of EFT with exercises, review sheets and practice models. Unprecedented in its novel and interactive approach, this is a must-have for all therapists searching for lasting and efficient results in couple therapy.

Handbook of Closeness and Intimacy

Handbook of Closeness and Intimacy [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1135632391
Author: Debra J. Mashek,Arthur Aron
Publisher: Psychology Press
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Handbook of Closeness and Intimacy by Debra J. Mashek,Arthur Aron Book Resume:

This handbook brings together the latest thinking on the scientific study of closeness and intimacy from some of the most active and widely recognized relationship scholars in social and clinical psychology, communication studies, and related disciplines. Each contributing author defines their understanding of the meaning of closeness and intimacy; summarizes existing research and provides an overview of a theoretical framework; presents new ideas, applications, and previously unstated theoretical connections; and provides cross-references to other chapters to further integrate the material. The Handbook of Closeness and Intimacy will be of interest to researchers, practitioners, and students from social, clinical, and developmental psychology; family studies; counseling; and communication.

Intimate Couple

Intimate Couple [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1134870175
Author: Jon Carlson,Len Sperry
Publisher: Routledge
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Intimate Couple by Jon Carlson,Len Sperry Book Resume:

As important as intimacy is in our personal and professional lives, intimacy as a theoretical and clinical factor still remains a phenomenon. Contributors to this work examine the many definitions of intimacy, putting forth a provocative discussion of the multi-faceted topic and offering the best possible clinical methods of creating intimacy and addressing its challenges.