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This is the edition with a publication date of 11/3/2011.
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In Disarming the Critical Partner, readers use a variety of assessments and checklists to assess the core #xEC;schemas,#xEE; or entrenched patterns, that drive their partners#xED; critical behavior. The book provides tools for identifying the schemas that attract readers into relationships with critical partners, and then clearly presents a variety of powerful schema therapy skills for reducing criticism, improving communication, and ending destructive relationship patterns.
Michelle Skeen, PsyD, maintains a private practice in San Francisco, CA, where she lives and works. Foreword writer Jeffrey Young, PhD, is founder of schema therapy and director of the Schema Therapy Institute of New York.
Table of Contents
|Understanding Your Critical Partner||p. 3|
|Identifying Your Partner's Schema||p. 15|
|What Makes You Vulnerable to Criticism?||p. 55|
|Uncovering Your Schema||p. 71|
|Life Traps||p. 109|
|Alternative Coping Strategies I||p. 121|
|Alternative Coping Strategies II||p. 147|
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