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Reinventing Couplehood: Intimacy and Commitment in the Age of Consumer Marriage
Esther Perel, a couples therapist whose TED talk has had more than 5 million views, believes that it’s time to challenge the mismatch between the romantic ideal and the changing realities of contemporary life.
Talking on the Edge: Assessing the Risk of Suicide
Most clinicians already know the basic questions to ask about a client’s suicidality, but it’s important to go beyond a rote assessment to get a fuller picture of suicide risk.
Sex, Lies, and the Long Road Back: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
Healing from an extramarital affair is rarely a simple process, especially when embarrassing sexual secrets and incompatibilities are exposed.
Addicted to Sex: There are no shortcuts in treating SA
Effective work with sex addicts must address deep-seated attachment wounds.
Infidelity Has Different Meanings In Different Cultures
My Parisian colleague was shocked to learn that American therapists typically encourage couples not only to confess their affairs, but also to share the details.
The Affair In Retrospect
As therapists, we have an unquenchable desire to find happy ending for troubled clients, especially those weathering the crisis of infidelity. But what happens months or years later to those couples once our work with has concluded.
What's the Prevalence of Porn Doing to Our Psyches?
A revolution in how people access and use pornography has taken the therapy community by surprise. Now some experts believe that an epidemic of porn use is society's newest and most challenging mental health problems.
Why Can't It Be Just an Acceptable Diversion?
Open porn use introduces a relational question that most couples never face: how to live with the knowledge that your partner's erotic fantasy-world often doesn't include you.
Helping Couples Find Their Sexual Chemistry
Whether they know it or not, what most people are looking for in sex therapy isn't so much a change in specific behaviors as a way of developing a more rewarding couple sexual style.
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