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Becoming a Therapist for Each Other: How to Deepen Couples Therapy

Ellen Wachtel • 7/6/2018

How to address one partner’s long-term issues in couples therapy without derailing work on the current relationship.

Magazine Article

Couples Therapy with a Positive Spin

How to Accomplish Something in Every Session

Ellen Wachtel • 3/2/2018

By Ellen Wachtel - Doing couples therapy isn’t easy. But often there are implicit positives in statements in which the main point is anger, disappointment, and hurt. With practice, therapists can learn to pick up on the strengths that are embedded in painful emotions.

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Couples Therapy with a Positive Spin

How to Accomplish Something in Every Session

Ellen Wachtel • 3/2/2018

By Ellen Wachtel - Doing couples therapy isn’t easy. But often there are implicit positives in statements in which the main point is anger, disappointment, and hurt. With practice, therapists can learn to pick up on the strengths that are embedded in painful emotions.

Daily Blog
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In Consultation

Becoming a Therapist for Each Other: How to Deepen Couples Therapy

Ellen Wachtel • 7/6/2018

How to address one partner’s long-term issues in couples therapy without derailing work on the current relationship.

Magazine Article
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Ellen Wachtel, JD, PhD, is in private practice and gives workshops at home and abroad. She’s the author of We Love Each Other But … as well as a new book for therapists, The Heart of Couple Therapy: Knowing What to Do and How to Do It.