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How effective therapy disrupts our negative patterns
J. Scott Fraser Ph.D.
Looking for the most effective couples therapy? Learn which two approaches work best and what they have in common.
What has research told us about the classic patterns of couple conflict, and how do these ABCs point us in the direction of resolution?
The eight things to know about troubled couples. How research affirms that these are common in distressed relationships.
With so many effective psychotherapy approaches, how can we choose what is right for us? How do we find the truth in an approach to psychotherapy that will set us free?
With so many therapies and therapists to choose from, how might we come to find the best fit for us and our problems? What are the elements of fit in therapy that works?
While hope seems hard to define, research shows it to be crucial to all therapy that works. Learn the three aspects, and how they breed success.
Simple solutions are not always simple. Track the paradox of effective psychotherapy by looking at what doesn't work.
How do we get trapped in our own "neurotic boxes"? How easy is it to "think outside the box"? Step into these nine dots and see.
Our best intentions often lead us into problem cycles. Learn the four steps of a vicious cycle and how they trap us.
J. Scott Fraser, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with a career path of nearly 40 years of clinical practice, supervision, training, and academic teaching.