Explore effective, innovative ways to foster healthy relationships!This thoughtful book discusses fresh and innovative ways to treat partners in distress. It suggests creative therapeutic ways to approach a range of problems and inner needs. Encompassing case studies, theoretical concepts, and...
Published April 2nd 2002 by Routledge
Bring the physical dimension into your therapeutic work with couples! This helpful book offers couples therapists new and powerful techniques derived from several body-oriented therapies. This fresh approach can help you identify the hidden conflicts and attitudes of your clients. Couples and Body...
Published September 20th 2001 by Routledge
Trauma Begets Trauma
When men are abused, everybody suffers. This courageous book exposes a dark secret: Men are often victims of abuse. Although a great deal of attention has recently been paid to the victimization of women, the role of men as victims--not just perpetrators--has been neglected. The Abuse of Men...
Published July 8th 2001 by Routledge
You don't have to check your humanity at the office door!Drawing on the teachings of Virginia Satir, this humane volume is designed to help therapists bring their full selves into the therapeutic relationship. The Personhood of the Therapist examines what happens when a therapist consciously enters...
Published January 9th 2001 by Routledge
Prerequisites of Intimacy
Help clients grow into loving commitment!Making and keeping commitments is more difficult today than ever. About half of all marriages end in divorce, and serial monogamy is not uncommon. Couples Connecting: Prerequisites of Intimacy identifies the cultural and personal attitudes that impede...
Published October 11th 2000 by Routledge
Facing the Crisis
Couples Therapy in Managed Care: Facing the Crisis provides social workers, psychologists, and counselors with an overview of the negative effects of the managed care industry on the quality of mental health care. Within this book, you will discover the paradoxes that occur with the mixing of...
Published December 1st 1999 by Routledge
Welcome, Unwelcome, and In-Between
From Couples and Pregnancy: Welcome, Unwelcome, and In-Between, therapists will gain valuable insight into the profound psychological effects that pregnancy and birth have on a couple's relationship, especially on their experience of intimacy. However, as this unique book discusses, the nature of...
Published October 20th 1999 by Routledge
Couples, Trauma, and Catastrophes examines the issues and hardships couples face when dealing with traumatic circumstances, such as illness, child abduction, or the death of a child. From case studies and recommendations from other therapists, you will learn how to better help clients identify...
Published September 24th 1998 by Routledge
Couples: Building Bridges shows therapists how to successfully apply basic principles of human interaction and communication to help facilitate intimate connections between people. Using the approaches in this book, you will see how the bridge between couples materializes naturally as a result of...
Published May 5th 1997 by Routledge
Understanding Styles of Relationships
Here is a fascinating exploration of the powerful forces of attachment and attraction that determine the formation and styles of couples’relationships. What factors attract one person to another? What determines whether or not a healthy relationship is formed? As therapists know, there is...
Published February 22nd 1994 by Routledge