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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. He has edited and written many influential books, including Theory and Practice of Brief Therapy (with Simon H. Budman), the Handbook of Family Therapy (with David P. Kniskern), and Essential Psychotherapies (with Stanley B. Messer). A past two-term Editor of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy and former President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Dr. Gurman's distinguished contributions to marital and family therapy have been recognized with awards from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Family Therapy Academy, and the American Psychological Association. More recently, 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.
Table of Contents
|A Framework for the Comparative Study of Couple Therapy: History, Models, and Applications||p. 1|
|Models of Couple Therapy|
|Cognitive-Behavioral Couple Therapy||p. 31|
|Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy||p. 73|
|Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy||p. 107|
|Gottman Method Couple Therapy||p. 138|
|Psychodynamic and Transgenerational Approaches|
|Object Relations Couple Therapy||p. 167|
|Transgenerational Couple Therapy||p. 196|
|Social Constructionist Approaches|
|Narrative Couple Therapy||p. 229|
|Solution-Focused Couple Therapy||p. 259|
|Brief Strategic Couple Therapy||p. 299|
|Structural Couple Therapy||p. 323|
|Affective-Reconstructive Couple Therapy: A Pluralistic, Developmental Approach||p. 353|
|Integrative Couple Therapy: A Depth-Behavioral Approach||p. 383|
|Applications of Couple Therapy: Special Populations, Problems, and Issues|
|Rupture and Repair of Relational Bonds: Affairs, Divorce, Violence, and Remarriage|
|Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Affairs||p. 429|
|Separation and Divorce Issues in Couple Therapy||p. 459|
|Couple Therapy and Physical Aggression||p. 478|
|Couple Therapy with Remarried Partners||p. 499|
|Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Psychiatric and Medical Disorders|
|Couple Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse||p. 523|
|Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Depression||p. 545|
|Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Borderline Personality and Related Disorders||p. 567|
|Couple Therapy and the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction||p. 591|
|Couple Therapy and Medical Issues: Working with Couples Facing Illness||p. 618|
|Couple Therapy in Broader Context|
|Gender Issues in the Practice of Couple Therapy||p. 641|
|Gay and Lesbian Couples in Therapy: Minority Stress, Relational Ambiguity, and Families of Choice||p. 662|
|African American Couples in Therapy||p. 681|
|Legal and Ethical Issues in Couple Therapy||p. 698|
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