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Treating infidelity : therapeutic dilemmas and effective strategies

Author: Gerald R Weeks; Nancy Gambescia; Robert E Jenkins
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
"In Treating Infidelity, Weeks, Gambescia, and Jenkins provide therapists and counselors with concepts, insights, and therapeutic plans that will allow them to work effectively with couples undergoing a crisis of broken intimacy. The authors address this severe therapeutic challenge with a comprehensive and inter-systematic approach that carefully considers the concerns of the couple, the partners as individuals,

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald R Weeks; Nancy Gambescia; Robert E Jenkins
ISBN: 0393703886 9780393703887
OCLC Number: 52838917
Notes: "A Norton Professional Book."
Description: xvii, 224 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Typologies of Infidelity --
Empirical Perspectives on Infidelity with Treatment Implications --
The Multiple Dimensions of Infidelity --
Consequences of Infidelity --
Therapeutic Dilemmas --
Initial Phase of Treatment: Issues and Strategies --
Treatment: Systemic Considerations --
Forgiveness --
Facilitating Forgiveness --
Working with Refractory Cases --
The Final Phase of Therapy: Treating Factors That Trigger Infidelity --
Concluding Techniques: Promoting Intimacy Through Communication.
Responsibility: Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia, Robert E. Jenkins.
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"[A] core book in the growing field of infidelity research and intervention....This book will serve as a valuable resource to both researchers and clinicians....Those working in the field owe a debt Read more...

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