Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling: A Choice Theory and Reality Therapy Approach - Routledge Series on Family Therapy and Counseling (Hardback)Patricia A. Robey (editor), Robert E. Wubbolding (editor), Jon Carlson (editor)
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Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling explores the most difficult issues that people in the helping professions face when treating couples and provides concrete solutions for addressing them effectively. Using the revolutionary choice theory and reality therapy approaches to couples counseling, the book shows clinicians how to combine a relationship-based approach with the pragmatism of cognitive-behavior therapies. Both experienced and beginning clinicians will find Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling ideal for helping clients focus on the here and now, not the past, and for creating treatment plans that meet clients' individual needs while also addressing the needs of their partners.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 276
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 20 mm
"When it comes to helping relationships, clinicians require up-to-date, proven methods. Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling covers the content that clinicians of all persuasions and all levels of experience need to bring their practice into the twenty-first century." - Jeffrey K. Zeig, Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Arizona, USA
"Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling is a practical and usable example of counseling at its best, one that will appeal to any counselor or therapist looking for an effective approach backed by sound theory. This book is a fascinating read, and we recommend it enthusiastically for professionals or anyone wishing to improve their own relationships." - William Glasser, and Carleen Glasser, coauthors of Getting Together and Staying Together: Solving the Mystery of Marriage
"Is there any doubt that the quality of our lives is a consequence of the choices we make? In Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling, the editors have assembled a diverse and valuable group of chapters. At a time when we desperately need to strengthen relationships to effectively meet our many social and cultural challenges, this book provides what we most need: practical guidelines and the common-sense reasons to choose to follow them." - Michael D. Yapko, author of Depression is Contagious: How the Most Common Mood Disorder is Spreading Around the World and How to Stop It
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