The Heart of the Matter: Perspectives on Emotion in Marital Therapy
Susan M. Johnson, Leslie S. Greenberg
Psychology Press, 1994 - Psychology - 340 pages
The Heart of the Matter is a highly accessible volume that examines in depth the role of affective processes in intimate relationships via the perspectives of clinical psychologists and researchers from a variety of psychotherapeutic traditions. The Heart of the Matter provides insight into how expert therapists of varied orientations work with affective processes to improve troubled relationships and enhance individual functioning.
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