A Family Systems Guide To Infidelity

Author: Paul R. Peluso
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351847783
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A Family Systems Guide to Infidelity offers an explanatory model and concrete techniques, enabling therapists and counselors to treat the core of a couple’s relationship problems instead of merely applying a therapeutic bandage. Chapters give therapists proven techniques to help couples redevelop trust, rebalance power, increase satisfaction, and recover from the wounds that infidelity causes. This text uses case studies from clinical practice, examples of public or historical figures, and scenarios from popular movies to illustrate concepts, and it provides a systemic explanatory model for understanding infidelity, one that focuses on marital dissatisfaction, power imbalances, unfulfilled dreams, and the discovery of infidelity.

Couple Therapy

Author: Len Sperry
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351051563
File Size: 12,25 MB
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This new edition of Couples Therapy tackles four challenges currently facing the field: (1) accountability and the increasing demands for demonstrating effectiveness as a condition for reimbursement, (2) the need for practitioners to reconfigure their practice patterns in an ever-involving health-care system, (3) training mental health practitioners who have not completed marital and family therapy (MFT) programs, and (4) integrating new couples approaches and interventions into everyday clinical practice. The book offers a focused vision and successful strategies for working effectively with couples, both today and tomorrow. It incorporates the best insights from the neurosciences as well as new couples theories, research, and evidence-based interventions, introducing approaches including psychoanalytic, systemic, cognitive behavioral, Adlerian, constructivist, third wave, integrative, and mindfulness-based. Chapters also present practical applications and professional considerations, with a comprehensive look at how to work with diverse issues in couples therapy, such as substance abuse, domestic violence, sexual dysfunction, infidelity, aging, and much more. This third edition of Couples Therapy is an essential resource for students as well as mental health practitioners, social workers, and family counselors who are keen to better meet the needs of couples and the demands of the changing healthcare landscape.

A Guide For The Family Therapist

Author: Patricia A. Boyer
Editor: Jason Aronson Incorporated
ISBN: 9781568212852
File Size: 62,67 MB
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This work is a primer for mental health professionals who work with families. Boyer and Jeffrey share their ideas, techniques and experiences. They recognise and borrow from the rich contributions and clinical work of well-known and skilled family therapists to offer a workable approach to dealing with problems in family relationships.

Medical And Health Care Books And Serials In Print

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A Guide To Catholic Marriage

Author: Clement Simon Mihanovich
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Integrative Sex Couples Therapy

Author: Tammy Nelson
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ISBN: 9781683732570
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Family Guide To Emotional Wellness

Author: Patrick Fanning
Editor: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781572242074
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Explores the connection between family members and emotional well-being, and provides self-help techniques for finding solutions to such common problems as eating disorders, depression, marital relations, grief, and panic attacks.

Challenging Family Therapy Situations

Author: Joan D. Atwood
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
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The Art Of Psychotherapy

Author: Richard Simon
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
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The most widely read magazine in the mental health field, the award-winning Family Therapy Networker is recognized as a provocative forum for examining the latest innovations and findings in the field. Drawing together two decades of the Networker's popular case studies and commentaries, this book vividly illustrates the art of psychotherapy as practiced by the nation's leading authorities on couples and family therapy. In addition to the full text of the cases, The Art of Psychotherapy also offers study questions to stimulate thought and discussion, making this text an ideal teaching tool.

Guide To Microforms In Print

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The Evangelical Family Library Infidelity A View Of The Internal Evidence Of The Christian Religion

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Family Systems In America

Author: Ira L. Reiss
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Guide To Literature Of Home And Family Life

Author: Annie Isabel Robertson
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Counselor S Guide To Clinical Personality And Behavioral Assessment

Author: Bradley T. Erford
Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company
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File Size: 75,25 MB
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This combined textbook and reference guide identifies the three major types of psychological assessment--clinical, personality, and behavioral--and provides a survey of current theory and an expert review of the most commonly used assessment instruments (tests) in each area. The book concludes with three representative case studies that demonstrate the uses of various assessment instruments in practice. The text includes reviews of the seventeen most commonly used clinical, personality, and behavioral testing instruments, how to use them, and their application to the assessment process. Chapter 3 presents a workable framework to help students assimilate the DSM-IV-TR system. Three case studies in Chapter 7 demonstrate how various instruments are used as a battery to gather diagnostic and assessment information.

Family Talks

Author: Thakar Singh
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Marriage And The Family

Author: David H. L. Olson
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
ISBN: 9781559346566
File Size: 47,99 MB
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This introduction to marriage and the family accentuates the positive aspects of relationships and focuses on enriching students knowledge and experience in building strong, successful relationships. The authors, both seasoned family scholars and therapists, integrate research, theory, and practical application with an interdisciplinary perspective of marriage and family. Throughout the book, emphasis is placed on both the diversity of ethnic and cultural groups as well as the types of family structures and intimate relationships that are common today. A variety of personal assessments and end-of-chapter exercises are provided to increase student understanding of interpersonal relationships.

Group Exercises For Enhancing Social Skills And Self Esteem

Author: SiriNam S. Khalsa
Editor: Professional Resource Exchange Incorporated
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Two uniquely creative collections of exercises for enhancing self-esteem utilizing proven social, emotional, and cognitive skill-building techniques. These exercises are useful in therapeutic, psychoeducational, and recreational settings. The adaptability of the exercises makes them effective with groups of children, adolescents, and adults from diverse backgrounds with a wide variety of problems, concerns, interests, and abilities.

Marriage And Family Welfare Systems

Author: Monica L. Munachonga
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Mental Health Nursing

Author: Verna Benner Carson
Editor: Saunders
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In addition to comprehensive coverage of all standard topics in psychiatric nursing, the New Edition of this groundbreaking text offers unparalleled insights into the human side of mental illness. It enables readers to empathize with psychiatric patients and treat them with dignity and understanding. A unique, holistic approach prepares readers to care for all of their patients' needs physical, psychological, social, and spiritual.This second edition contains new, one-of-a-kind appendices on patient/family teaching and spiritual interventions, clinical practice guidelines for home care, testimonials from mental health nurses in a full range of settings, new, full-color brain scan images that depict visible differences in the brains of patients with certain mental illnesses, and much more. Combines the latest biological and psychopharmacological advances, proven psychodynamic approaches, and spiritual and cultural interventions to encourage consideration of the total person. Integrates DSM-IV categories throughout and relates NANDA diagnoses to the psychiatric diagnoses. Features new Snap Shotsconcise summaries of the nursing interventions for particular disorders. Contains all-new full-color images demonstrating the visible differences in the brain of patients with various mental illnesses. Offers new What Do You Think questions that encourage students to explore their own perceptions about mental health. Includes new Home Care Clinical Practice Guidelines that illustrate the steps, stages, and treatment plans involved in a patients recovery from mental illness and introduces students to the multidisciplinary health care team.

Parachutes For Parents

Author: Bobbie Sandoz
Editor: McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
ISBN: 9780809230259
File Size: 78,69 MB
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Offers a parenting model for developing close relationships with children