What makes a relationship work? Answers to that question vary wildly from one decade to the next, but even within the current generation, there are countless ways to define committed relationships. For therapists, this means there are also countless things to consider when treating couples.
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William Doherty • Learn about the most common mistakes therapists make when treating couples and how to avoid the pitfalls inherent in couples work with seasoned therapist William Doherty.
Laugh and cry at the foibles of your own profession, while reviewing practical steps for doing good couples therapy that help partners stay together and establish solid, happy relationships.
When working with clients who’ve experienced an intimate betrayal, it’s important to empower them to move beyond a victim identity.
At least 30 percent of couples coming to therapy have fundamentally different agendas about whether to try to save the marriage. If we’re ever going to improve our success rates, we need to address that ambivalence from the moment they arrive in our offices.
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