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The Marriage Clinic Casebook
Gottman, Julie Schwartz (Edt)
Norton Professional Books / Hardcover / 2004-09-01 / 0393704130
Couple Therapy
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The Marriage Clinic Casebook bridges the gap between the powerful theory behind Gottman Method Couples Therapy and the unique application of therapeutic principles to real-life cases. Covering a broad range of couples as well as a variety of relational problems, this casebook is a resource for clinicians who want practical guidance for putting the powerful Gottman method to work. --- from the publisher

‘This is a most welcome book. . . . What is striking in this volume are the many creative ways in which the Gottmans’ principles and methods can be fluidly integrated with other approaches to couple therapy. The Marriage Clinic Casebook will be a very valuable addition to the clinical literature of couple therapy.’

— Alan S. Gurman, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin Medical School

About the Editor:

Julie Schwartz Gottman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and co-founder and clinical director of The Gottman Institute. She is also clinical and training director of the Relationship Research Institute, assistant professor of clinical psychology at the University of Washington, and has a private practice in Seattle.


Preface, John Gottman

Introduction: An Abbreviated History and Overview, Julie Schwartz Gottman

The Gottman Model’s Effect on the Equilibrium of the Couples Therapist, Cynthia H. Ervin

Treatment of a Couple With Trauma-Related Domestic Violence, Regina Delmastro

Extramarital Affairs: The Pearl in the Oyster, Julie Schwartz Gottman

Working With a Couple With Depression, Terry Sterrenberg

Working with a Couple With Borderline Qualities, Barbara Johnstone

Sexual Dysfunction, Ruth Saks

The Emotionally Distant Couple: Creating New Bridges, Connie Feutz

Stepfamily Issues and the Sound Relationship House, Trudi Sackey

The Use of Metaphor, Sarah L. Rattray

Marathon Couples Therapy, Andy Greendorfer

Bridging Psychodynamic Couple Therapy and the Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Maureen Sawyer

Marital Therapy When Parenting is the Issue, Mirabai Wahbe

Termination and Two-Year Follow Up to Prevent Relapse, Michael T. Clifford

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