Conjoint Marital Therapy

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Jason Aronson, 1973 - Family & Relationships - 248 pages
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Contents

Parenthood
72
New Marital Relationships
74
Specific Forms of Common Sexual ConstraintsIndirect Therapeutic Techniques
76
More Direct Therapeutic Tactics
78
Use of Wit and Humor
79
THE END OF THE SAFARI TERMINAL PHASE OF THERAPY
85
Again Content versus Process
86
Transference Material
87

Patient Characteristics
14
Acceptance Terms
16
THE THERAPIST AS TRAVEL AGENT GETTING THERAPY STARTED
21
History Taking
24
Other Information Gathering
29
The First Conjoint Session
31
Common Problems
34
IN THE JUNGLE THE MIDDLE PHASE OF THERAPY
45
Process Focus versus Content Focus
46
Interview Behavior Focus versus Related Behavior Focus
51
Past Present and Future
53
Mate Choice
54
Dyadic Vicious Circles
55
Dynamics Genetics and Transference Reactions
57
Adaptive Then Maladaptive Now
60
Role Modeling and Role Playing
64
SEX IN THE JUNGLE THE MIDDLE PHASE OF THERAPY CONTINUED
67
Its Effect on Women and Their Mates
69
The Use of SelfRevelation in Therapy
89
Termination Proper
91
The Terminal Interview
94
Therapy for Those Divorcing
95
A Word of Advice
98
BIBLIOGRAPHY
99
SUGGESTED READINGS FOR PATIENTS
101
ILLUSTRATIVE CASE HISTORY
103
AN EXCHANGE OF LETTERS
119
VERBATIM INTERVIEWS
127
Interview 2
150
Interview 3
172
Interview 4
188
Interview 5
205
Interview 6
226
INDEX
247
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