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Work with couples is one of the more widely practised forms of counselling or psychotherapy, yet seems to have found it difficult to establish its own identity and theoretical base. A theoretical tradition specific to work with the couple relationship has, however, developed over the past 40...
Some themes in couple therapy are explored by introducing a case study of a couple in distress. The question, ‘Why were you drawn to each other?’ helps to unravel the relationship story, its dynamics and difficulties. Attachment theory as developed by John Bowlby is propounded as a useful model...
Therapy that prioritises feelings focuses on the development and maintenance of emotional relationships. I want to reflect on how the therapist's emotional involvement is developed and maintained in therapy that focuses on feelings.
At the invitation of the Department of Psychology, Macquarie University, Leslie Greenberg gave seminars during 1997 on emotion in clinical practice and on current research endeavours. He is Professor, Department of Psychology, and Director of the Psychotherapy Research Centre, York University,...
This paper discusses work with a couple where a gambling addiction was present. General principles of change are discussed, and the stages of treatment outlined.
This paper explores the ethical and therapeutic dilemmas of working with clients who come in session after session with an intense need to rehearse and re‐rehearse their own view, following a separation. This is a particularly difficult client group with which to work. Individuals may be...
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