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Five Ways to Maintain Gains in Couples Therapy

...And the First Question You Need to Ask Relapsing Partners

Jon Carlson • 2/16/2018

By Jon Carlson - Couples therapists need to be aware of the strategies that prevent relapse, so that short-term successes don't become long-term failures, and to address those areas in the initial therapy with the couple. However, if gains are not maintained, here are five areas of treatment you may need to revisit.

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How to Prevent Relapse

Treatment Strategies for Long-Term Change

Jon Carlson • 9/1/2000

I notice that many of my couples clients do well in therapy, only to return with the same or similar problems in a few months. What can I do to make the effects of treatment last?

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Five Ways to Maintain Gains in Couples Therapy

...And the First Question You Need to Ask Relapsing Partners

Jon Carlson • 2/16/2018

By Jon Carlson - Couples therapists need to be aware of the strategies that prevent relapse, so that short-term successes don't become long-term failures, and to address those areas in the initial therapy with the couple. However, if gains are not maintained, here are five areas of treatment you may need to revisit.

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How to Prevent Relapse

Treatment Strategies for Long-Term Change

Jon Carlson • 9/1/2000

I notice that many of my couples clients do well in therapy, only to return with the same or similar problems in a few months. What can I do to make the effects of treatment last?

Magazine Article
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Jon Carlson, EDD, PSYD, ABPP, is a licensed psychologist with doctoral degrees in both counseling and clinical psychology. He has a Diploma in Family Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has worked as a therapist for over forty years, during which time he has published 60 books, 175 professional articles and produced over 300 video training programs.