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  1. Couples in Treatment

    Techniques and Approaches for Effective Practice, 3rd Edition

    By Gerald R. Weeks, Stephen T. Fife

    This third edition of Couples in Treatment helps readers conceptualize and treat couples from multiple perspectives and with a multitude of techniques. The authors do not advocate any single approach to couple therapy and instead present basic principles and techniques with wide-ranging...

    Published January 16th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Tokens of Affection

    Reclaiming Your Marriage After Postpartum Depression

    By Karen Kleiman, Amy Wenzel

    Postpartum depression is hard on a marriage. In their private practices, authors Karen Kleiman and Amy Wenzel often find themselves face-to-face with marriages that are suffocating, as if the depression has sucked the life out of a relationship that was only prepared for the anticipated joy of...

    Published January 14th 2014 by Routledge

  3. Barriers to Loving

    A Clinician's Perspective

    By Stephen B. Levine

    Barriers to Loving is an intriguing exploration of the role of sexual love over the course of life. Beginning with the mental health professions’ avoidance of the topic, Levine proposes a compendium of love’s pathologies by reorganizing what is familiar to clinicians into the barriers that limit...

    Published October 16th 2013 by Routledge

  4. The Stories We Tell Ourselves

    Mentalizing Tales of Dating and Marriage

    By J. Mark Thompson, Richard Tuch

    The Stories We Tell Ourselves: Mentalizing Tales of Dating and Marriage is about the dynamics of intimate interpersonal relationships (dating and marriage) - how and why human pairings occur, what helps them function optimally and how therapists can intervene when they don't. J. Mark Thompson and...

    Published September 13th 2013 by Routledge

  5. Assessment of Marital Discord (Psychology Revivals)

    An Integration for Research and Clinical Practice

    Edited by K. Daniel O'Leary

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    Originally published in 1987 this book was designed to present the most recent research data on assessment of various aspects of marriage. Noted authorities on specific assessment areas provide information on conceptual and practical issues in marital assessment. The chapters include assessment of...

    Published September 13th 2013 by Routledge

  6. Demystifying Love

    Plain Talk for the Mental Health Professional

    By Stephen B. Levine

    Intended primarily for mental health professionals, Demystifying Love deals plainly with topics rarely written about for clinicians. As the book shows, love is the logical point of departure for a clinical understanding of sexuality and its problems. It is the most conventional framework for...

    Published September 3rd 2013 by Routledge

  7. The Transparent Brain in Couple and Family Therapy

    Mindful Integrations with Neuroscience

    By Suzanne Midori Hanna

    Why should family therapists care about brain research? Are there invisible connections between the breakdown of our relationships and the breakdown of our cells? To answer these questions, author Suzanne Hanna paints pictures of ancient principles coming together with contemporary research as a...

    Published August 26th 2013 by Routledge

  8. The Dilemmas of Intimacy

    Conceptualization, Assessment, and Treatment

    By Karen J. Prager

    The Dilemmas of Intimacy applies evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral interventions to therapeutic work with couples and individuals who have problems with intimacy. Karen Prager introduces a 3-dilemma model that outlines the risks and rewards of intimate relating. A conceptual model for...

    Published July 25th 2013 by Routledge

  9. The Couple and Family Technology Framework

    Intimate Relationships in a Digital Age

    By Katherine M. Hertlein, Markie L. C. Blumer

    Couples and families worldwide have a constant electronic connection to others, a fact that is influencing the concerns and issues they bring to therapy. The authors of this resource help mental health practitioners to better deal with concerns such as online infidelity, online dating, internet...

    Published July 9th 2013 by Routledge

  10. Creating Connection

    A Relational-Cultural Approach with Couples

    Edited by Judith V. Jordan, Jon Carlson

    Series: Family Therapy and Counseling

    Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT) posits that people grow through and toward relationship throughout the lifespan. Rather than emphasizing movement toward autonomy and self-sufficiency, it focuses on the power of connection in people’s lives. Culture and power are seen as formative in...

    Published June 12th 2013 by Routledge