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Alcohol Problems in Intimate Relationships: Identification and Intervention
This guide helps therapists and other health care professionals identify and treat individuals (or families) who currently are experiencing alcohol problems. The guide includes screening and assessment tools, brief intervention strategies, and treatment alternatives for longer term care.
Bad Boys: Sexual Addiction or Entitlement?
Sharon O-Hara, LMFT, C-SAT, explains the difference between the outrageous sexual behavior of some noted powerful politicians and celebrities and the desperate behavior and treatment of sexual addicts, whose brains are hijacked by the intensity of their own fantasies.
Clinical Excellence: Interview with Scott Miller, PhD
Scott Miller, PhD, talks about how therapists can achieve superior performance. Dr. Miller outlines steps that therapists can take to determine their level of performance, develop a plan of deliberate practice to improve outcomes, set specific target behaviors the therapist wants to change, and develop a detailed plan to accomplish that objective.
Couples Therapy: Recreating Partnership - A Solution-Oriented Collaborative Approach
Veteran therapists Phillip Ziegler and Tobey Hiller provide a pragmatic approach to couples therapy that is solution-oriented, collaborative, and strength-based with the couple at the center of the process.
Key Elements in Couples Therapy with Veterans
Because of the adverse effects of PTSD on relationships, couples therapy can be a powerful adjunct treatment; however, few receive this service. A new framework for conceptualizing couples therapy organizes treatment around the 3 PTSD symptom clusters (re-experiencing, avoidance, and arousal). The authors summarize the relationship consequences of
Six Types of Sexual Addiction: Interview with Douglas Weiss, PhD
Douglas Weiss, PhD, sexual addictions expert, describes six different types of sexual addictions and provides tools that can be used for assessment and treatment.
Solution - Focused Brief Therapy
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is a competency-based, collaborative psychotherapeutic approach that is both effective and time-sensitive. Although it is a relatively brief form of treatment, SFBT is capable of initiating profound change in people's lives by helping them to resolve the most challenging and intractable problems. The author exp
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