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6/11/2014
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JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
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VIDEO: Julie Gottman on Making Couples' Life Dreams Come True

The Importance of Creating "Shared Meaning"

Julie Gottman • 3/22/2017

According to renowned couples therapist Julie Gottman, one of the main predictors of a romantic relationship's success or failure is how well partners can dialogue about their differences. In the following clip from her 2015 Networker Symposium keynote, Gottman explains what a healthy dialogue looks like, and how it fosters "shared meaning."

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What Successful Couples Are Doing Right

The Gottmans on Mastering the Brain’s Seven Pathways to Emotional Connection

John Gottman, Julie Gottman • 6/20/2018

By John and Julie Gottman - John and Julie Gottman have spent decades developing an evidence base for couples therapy, honing their techniques for stabilizing marriage through research with nearly 3,000 couples. In the following excerpt from their 2018 Networker Symposium keynote address, they explain what research has revealed about the crucial role the brain’s seven different command systems can play in enhancing the quality of couples’ emotional connection.

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The Gottmans' Call to Make Couples Therapy More Effective

A New Wave of Systems Theory and Therapy Now Includes Scientific Inquiry

John Gottman, Julie Gottman • 9/21/2017

By John and Julie Gottman - A second revolution is quietly taking shape—a new wave of systems theory and therapy—that marries the wisdom of clinical intuition with the rigors of scientific inquiry. With more precision and accuracy, we can now begin to answer two key questions about relationships: what causes trouble between people and what helps them not merely survive together, but actually rekindle love and delight?

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The Two Essential Ingredients for a Loving, Long-Lasting Relationship

John Gottman Shares the Latest Research from his Love Lab

John Gottman • 1/16/2017

By John Gottman - What the latest research from my lab is telling us is that trust and commitment are both the key ingredients for being in love with your partner for a lifetime, and for having your marriage be a safe haven. These are the ingredients for not just loving your partner, but being in love with your partner.

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VIDEO: Julie Gottman on When Partners Get Flooded

What Works in Couples Therapy

Julie Gottman • 10/18/2017

The hallmark of John and Julie Gottmans’ work is taking the rare step of actually observing the broadest sample of couples they can find, rather than relying on personal intuitions about the world, to inform their approach in the consulting room. In this clip from their keynote, Julie Gottman shares what four decades of research has taught them about how to help partners who become emotionally "flooded."

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The New Science of Couples Therapy

Highlights from Symposium 2018

John Gottman, Julie Gottman • 5/9/2018

In their featured address, the Gottmans explored what research has revealed about the crucial role the brain’s seven different command systems can play in enhancing the quality of couples’ emotional connection.

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VIDEO: Julie Gottman on Why There's a Right Way for Couples to Argue

Breaking Down the Four Points of the "Conflict Blueprint"

Julie Gottman • 11/30/2016

Are you working with partners who can't seem to escape cycles of criticism, contempt, defensiveness, and stonewalling? According to renowned couples therapist Julie Gottman, there's actually a right way for couples to argue that moves partners out of conflict quickly and effectively. In the following video clip, she explains the four points of the Gottmans' Conflict Blueprint.

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Small Things Often

The Gottman Method in a Nutshell

Kathy Butler • 9/1/2006

A Gottman Method therapist coaches couples to build marital friendships, rather than trying to engineer dramatic breakthroughs.

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Lessons from the Love Lab

The Science of Couples Therapy

Julie Schwartz Gottman and John Gottman • 11/18/2015

The pioneers who birthed couples and family therapy never paused to scienti cally study the relationships they treated. Now, after systematically observing and doing therapy with thousands of couples, two of the field’s leading researchers summarize what they’ve learned about successful relationships and effective couples therapy.

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The Science of Togetherness

Making Couples Therapy More Effective

John Gottman • 9/7/2017

Despite all the intellectual excitement it generated, the hard truth is that, so far, the systems revolution hasn’t led to very effective ways of doing therapy. Fortunately, a second revolution is quietly taking shape—a new wave of systems theory and therapy—that marries the wisdom of clinical intuition with the rigors of scientific inquiry.

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Making Marriages Work by Uncovering Secrets of Sex, Love & Trust
Drs. John and Julie Gottman invite you to learn their proven approach in a cutting-edge online course that will transform your work with couples.
Copyright:
11/20/2016
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
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CRS001103
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The Gottman Method: Couples Therapy Under the Microscope

John Gottman Blends Couples Counseling with Science

Katy Butler • 12/4/2014

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, mathematician-turned-psychologist John Gottman performed experiments in which he videotaped ordinary couples in their most ordinary moments---chatting, kissing, and watching TV. But he also recorded how much they brought up painful subjects, how they responded to each other's bids for attention, and expressed emotion. Using complex computer models, he found that he could predict divorce with 91-percent accuracy, simply by analyzing seven variables in a couple's behavior during a five-minute disagreement. What he discovered made him famous, and eventually became the basis of Gottman Method Couples Therapy.



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The Art and Science of Love

Can the Gottmans Bring Empirical Rigor to the Intuitive World of Couples Therapy?

Katy Butler • 9/1/2006

After studying 3,000 couples in the past three decades, researcher John Gottman and his wife Julie are combining his research and her clinical savvy in a science-based therapy. Can a nuts-and-bolts approach focused on fiddling with tiny daily interactions bring couples therapy scientific respectability?

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Copyright:
7/25/2014
Authors:
DANIEL J SIEGEL, M.D.
 
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
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RNV047740

The Future of Couplehood

Esther Perel Is Expanding the Conversation

9/1/2017


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Copyright:
12/11/2013
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
Product:
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$49.99 USD     $15.00 USD
An Online Certificate Course
In this online certificate course, Drs. John and Julie Gottman share their 10 core principles and how each applies to successful couples work. Through masterful commentary and new in-session videos, you'll learn how to implement these evidence-based principles and interventions in your practice to bring greater healing to your clients.
Copyright:
4/1/2018
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
DAVE PENNER, PH.D.
Product:
CRS001253
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$599.99 USD     $199.99 USD

The Colors of Tomorrow

Highlights From Symposium 2015

Rich Simon, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Richard Schwartz, John & Julie Gottman, Esther Perel, Diane Ackerman & Daniel Siegel • 5/1/2015

After a brutal winter that would’ve given Ernest Shackleton pause, more than 3,700 therapists welcomed the opportunity to escape cabin fever, get out of the house, and greet spring at the 38th annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium. What follows are some of the highlights from this year’s exploration of the clinical innovations, scientific advances, and technological developments shaping the future of our field.

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Copyright:
3/24/2018
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
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Then, Now & Tomorrow

Oral Histories of Psychotherapy 1978-2017

Dan Siegel, Bessel van der Kolk, John Gottman, John Preston, Mary Jo Barrett, Ken Hardy, Marian Sandmaier, Salvador Minuchin • 1/1/2017

A group of innovators and leaders look back over different realms of therapeutic practice and offer their view of the eureka moments, the mistakes and misdirections, and the inevitable trial-and-error processes that have shaped the evolution of different specialty areas within the field. 
  • Trauma: Retreats and Advances  BESSEL VAN DER KOLK 
  • Couples: In Search of a Safe Haven  JOHN GOTTMAN 
  • Systems Therapy: The Art of Creating Uncertainty  SALVADOR MINUCHIN 
  • Family Violence: Out of the Shadows  MARY JO BARRETT 
  • Psychopharmacology: The Jury Is Still Out  JOHN PRESTON 
  • Race Matters: How Far Have We Come?  KENNETH HARDY 
  • Neuroscience and Therapy: The Craft of Rewiring the Brain  DANIEL SIEGEL

Magazine Article

Using Science to Determine Why Relationships Succeed or Fail

John and Julie Gottman and the 'Four Horsemen' of the Relationship Apocalypse

John Gottman and Julie Schwartz Gottman • 12/18/2015

The couples we see are often in terrible distress. Don’t they deserve the best we can give them? Couples therapy, like any form of psychotherapy, is an art form at its best. But underlying the art, we need methods built on the truth of what couples need to succeed, rather than those based in myths patched together out of stereotypes. So we come to our first principle for doing effective couples therapy: use research-based methods to treat couples. Science is the avenue that can best lead us toward truth. After studying more than 3,000 couples and participating in studies of 3,500 more, here's a summary of everything our couples have taught us.

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Copyright:
12/15/2013
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
Product:
RNV047855
The Gottman Method Approach
Copyright:
3/25/2018
Authors:
JOHN M. GOTTMAN, PH.D.
 
JULIE GOTTMAN, PH.D.
Product:
RNV095908

The Art and Science of Love

Can the Gottmans Bring Empirical Rigor to the Intuitive World of Couples Therapy?

Katy Butler • 9/1/2006

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, in a specially outfitted studio apartment in Seattle that reporters nicknamed the "love lab," mathematician-turned-psychologist John Gottman videotaped ordinary couples in their most ordinary moments. Sometimes Gottman asked them to discuss an area of conflict while monitors strapped to their chests recorded their heart rates. Sometimes he sat them on spring-loaded platforms to record how much they fidgeted. He looked at how they brought up painful subjects, how they responded to each other's bids for attention, how they fought and joked, and how they expressed emotion.

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