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|The Evolving Clinical Practice of Couple Therapy||p. 1|
|Attunement, Disruption, and Repair: The Dance of Self and Other in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy||p. 21|
|Explanation and Description: An Integrative, Solution-Focused Case of Couple Therapy||p. 44|
|The North-Going Zax and the South-Going Zax: From Impasse to Empathic Acceptance in Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy||p. 67|
|Therapy with a Gay Male Couple: An Unlikely Multisyste... MORE||p. 90|
|A Clinical Format for Bowen Family Systems Therapy with Highly Reactive Couples||p. 112|
|A Good-Enough Therapy: An Object Relations Approach||p. 134|
|El Tigre, El Tigre: A Story of Narrative Practice||p. 153|
|Rewiring Emotional Habits: The Pragmatic/Experiential Method||p. 181|
|Relational Empowerment in Couple Therapy: An Integrative Approach||p. 208|
|Opening Steps: A Structural Approach to Working with Couples||p. 232|
|Self-Soothing and Other-Soothing in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Couples||p. 255|
|Searching for Mutuality: A Feminist/Multicultural Approach to Couple Therapy||p. 281|
|Getting Over a Rough Spot: A Short-Term, Problem-Focused Approach||p. 308|
|Building Intimacy Bridges: From the Marriage Checkup to Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy||p. 331|
|The Me Nobody Knows: Attachment Repair in Couple Therapy||p. 355|
|Creating Self-to-Self Intimacy: Internal Family Systems Therapy with Couples||p. 375|
|At the Risk of Losing Our Misery: Existential Couple Therapy||p. 399|
|Happily Ever After: A Couple Therapy from Three Perspectives||p. 427|
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Alan S. Gurman, PhD, is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Family Therapy Training at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison. He has edited and written many influential books. A past two-term editor of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy and former President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Dr. Gurman has received numerous awards for his contributions to couple and family therapy, including awards for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Research from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, for Distinguished Achievement in Family Therapy Research from the American Family Therapy Academy, and for Distinguished Contributions to Family Psychology from the American Psychological Association. He received a national teaching award from the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers. A pioneer in the development of integrative approaches to couple therapy, Dr. Gurman maintains an active clinical practice in Madison, Wisconsin.