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Love and Intimacy in Modern Relationships

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Objectives

  1. Assess the motivations behind affairs and their possible meanings in different client relationships to inform the clinician’s choice of treatment interventions.
  2. Determine the cost and benefits of truth telling and transparency among couples where at least one has been emotional or physically unfaithful.
  3. Analyze the societal changes such as intimacy, and sexuality, that enter the consultation room and its clinical implications among couples.
  4. Determine clinical strategies to use with the couples’ children when communicating the outcome or process of the parents’ relationship.

Outline

The History of Relationships

Conversations at the Core of Relationships Sexuality The Meaning of Monogamy The Negative Effects of Patriarchy on Relationships

Taking the Time to Listen in the Consultation Room

Copyright : 03/23/2018

Learning from Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity & Pathways to Intimacy

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Objectives

  1. Assess the motivations behind affairs and their possible meanings in different client relationships to inform the clinician’s choice of treatment interventions.
  2. Determine the cost and benefits of truth telling and transparency among couples where at least one has been emotional or physically unfaithful.
  3. Analyze the societal changes such as intimacy, and sexuality, that enter the consultation room and its clinical implications among couples.
  4. Determine clinical strategies to use with the couples’ children when communicating the outcome or process of the parents’ relationship.

Outline

The Fear and Fascination With Affairs

Marriage, Sex, Intimacy, and Monogamy: A Brief Historical Overview Infidelity and Monogamy: Yesterday and Today The Therapeutic Culture of Infidelity | Affairs A Dual Perspective to Infidelity Rethinking Fidelity Ethical and Existential Questions Clinical Questions Sex and Love Online Meanings and Motives of Affairs Affairs are Powered by Longing and Loss Bad Marriages/Good Affairs Role of the Therapist The Politics and Secrets of Revelation Privacy

Copyright : 05/24/2018

How to Work on Sex and Intimacy with Men

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Objectives

  1. Utilize strategies to help men share their sexual attitudes and values within the therapeutic setting.

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Copyright : 04/11/2012

BONUS: Therapy and the Promise of Transformation: How Do We See Our Role?

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Objectives

  1. Articulate the clinical implications of isolation and polarization in clients as it relates to psychoeducation.
  2. Determine how counselor ambitions influences the therapeutic relationship and identify monitoring strategies to minimize the potential impact on the client.

Outline

Transformation in Psychotherapy

Question, Reflection and Audience Conversation

Transformation Defined in Different Ways

The Individual Adapting to Problematic Situations The Public Health Concerns of Isolation

Question, Reflection and Audience Conversation

The Downfalls of Polarizing Oneself from Society

Benefits Interacting with Differing Viewpoints

Change, Trust, and Risks

Copyright : 03/22/2018