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By Martin Payne

ISBN-10: 1848600496

ISBN-13: 9781848600492

Couple Counselling outlines the basic ideas and practices of couple counselling. Demystifying this type of treatment, the writer offers a step by step consultant from the 1st assembly via to next classes. The publication encompasses a wealth of assisting positive aspects together with case examples, scholar workouts, issues for mirrored image and memory-jog pages to exploit in perform. in addition to chapters illustrating counselling for difficulties often skilled by means of undefined, corresponding to sexual problems, infidelity, violence and abuse.

This ebook contains a valid foundation for one-to-one practitioners wishing to extend their services and perform of treatment into operating with undefined, and for college kids education during this mode of counselling.

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I gave her photocopies of my notes for the second and third sessions as reinforcing reminders of the good and happy aspects of her marriage which she had described. Towards the end of the fourth session, responding to a question from me, she said that if Fred could be present with us in spirit he would probably tell her impatiently to stop feeling guilty, and to remember all the good times. She still bitterly regretted her last words to him, but now she could recognize it was just very bad luck that he died soon afterwards rather than after a happier incident.

Other beliefs and assumptions embed themselves as ‘unexamined truths’ which are hardly noticed as such, let alone questioned – we have absorbed them as obvious ‘realities’ and norms according to our socio-cultural context. Because life is full and complex but memory is selective, there is a potential for telling many contrasting accounts or stories about the events, feelings and thoughts of our past and more recent history. They may concern our career, our love life, our giving up smoking, the cars we have owned, our health problems, people we have lost touch with, our last holiday, memories of childhood games, house moves ...

Because life is full and complex but memory is selective, there is a potential for telling many contrasting accounts or stories about the events, feelings and thoughts of our past and more recent history. They may concern our career, our love life, our giving up smoking, the cars we have owned, our health problems, people we have lost touch with, our last holiday, memories of childhood games, house moves ... the possibilities are endless. Sometimes these themes will intersect (changes in career meaning house moves and losing touch with friends) and sometimes they will be wholly disconnected with other story-strands of our lives.

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