Tag: Couple’s Therapy

Peggy Papp on Using Metaphor for New Insight, Fresh Language, and Forward Movement

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The Changing Face of Marriage
NP0062– Session 6

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How do you help couples define and negotiate boundaries of fidelity and betrayal? How do you deal with clients who keep secrets from their partners? Do you have questions for your peers?

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The Changing Face of Marriage
NP0062– Session 5

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How do the new models of partnership and unique perspectives on the differing needs of men and women introduced by same-sex relationships enhance your work as a couples therapist? What do you think straight couples could learn from the role of sexual privacy and freedom to experiment? How do help intimate partners understand each other’s “love” language?

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The Changing Face of Marriage
NP0062– Session 4

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How have the shifts in gender roles changed for the clients you treat? Which strategies presented in this session could you use in helping in dealing with grandiosity in both men and women? What has your experience been in teaching women to successfully modify a partner’s behavior?

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The Changing Face of Marriage
NP0062– Session 3

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How do you address the centrality of economic issues and financial stress faced by younger couples? Which strategies presented in this session will use to help aging Boomer couples? What are your thoughts on the new technology of mate selection?

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How too many options reduce satisfaction, commitment, and happiness: what therapists need to know

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The Changing Face of Marriage
NP0062– Session 2

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How do you guide couples through the decision-making process of divorce? Which strategies presented in this session will use to help couples navigate “the moral crucible moments” when they are on the brink of splitting up? How will you best advocate for children whose parents are considering divorce?

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David Schnarch On How Confrontation Speeds Up Couples Therapy.

Couples therapist, David Schnarch, is not interested in having a couple feel secure in the consulting room.

In fact, David asserts that therapy is the one place where partners should be able to be uncomfortably honest, and take responsibility for their problematic behavior and actions. The couples therapist’s role is to challenge them to do just that.

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Jette Simon on Breaking Through in Couples Therapy

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Bill Doherty On An Approach For Unaligned Relationships

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