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02.08.2011 Posted In: P003 Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow By Rich Simon
Welcome to Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow. During these next five sessions, we’ll get a valuable opportunity to hear a variety of perspectives, expand our skills, and learn ways of enhancing our effectiveness with couples. Today’s session with expert couples therapist William Doherty, “Bad Couples Therapy and How to Avoid It” will delve into the most common mistakes therapists make when treating couples and how to avoid these difficult situations.
We’ll explore barriers that most frequently occur, how to effectively structure couples therapy sessions, and practical techniques for working with couples on the verge of divorce.
Reading and participating in the Comment Boards provided after each session will help all of us process what we’ve learned by discussing important questions and sharing relevant experiences. Please make sure to take a moment to comment on what stood out for you during this session. What do you think will be most applicable to your practice?
We invite you to please include your name and hometown along with your comment. Thank you again for your participation and for your reflections.