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Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, and Solve Relationship Problems Through Cognitive Therapy
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May 2018: Family Drama > Love is never enough - 4 stars by Aaron Beck

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message 1: by Amy (new) - rated it 4 stars

Amy | 9901 comments All of a sudden it occurred to me that this counts as family drama. A nonfiction book about how to deal with it.

Reading a number of books in preparation for my course in couples counseling - training graduate students to learn different models for working with couples. I also hope learning about these various models and theories, they can learn something to grow with, as we are all navigating relationships and their inevitable impasses in our lives. I hope they become skilled clinicians, blending intuition and experience and beliefs with theory and techniques. This one is from a cognitive therapy perspective. As a psychodynamic clinician, I am always drawn to going deeper, but I found this a rather fine start. It will be fun to teach.

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Jason Oliver | 2112 comments Is this book one you are teaching in your class?

message 3: by Amy (new) - rated it 4 stars

Amy | 9901 comments This one is for Class Two this Thursday. There are countless others.

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I didn't realize that you also taught. That's exciting.

message 5: by Amy (new) - rated it 4 stars

Amy | 9901 comments It’s actually pretty new. It was one of my life teams to teach on the graduate level, and this just happened. Like I didn’t expect to be doing this just to two weeks before the big bar mitzvah, but I’m really grateful for the opportunity. I plan to pull off both events well. I’m pretty impressed with myself that I managed to also meet all of my challenges this month despite how hectic things are.

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