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Depression and Relationships

Why Researchers are Studying Depression and Relationships Revised 12/30/19 Depression and relationships are a growing area of research in science-based couples therapy. When your spouse is depressed, depression

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Dysthymic Disorder and Marital Conflict

What is Dysthymic Disorder? Revised 1/1/20 Dysthymic Disorder is a relatively new way to understand a particular type of depressive behavior. There are 7 million Americans for whom the sun will not come

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When Does Couples Therapy Fail?

Revised 1/6/20 When does couples therapy fail? What are the fluttering red flags that tell us there is trouble ahead? Couples therapy can help you communicate with skill, understand and recruit conflict

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Help! Weekly In-Person Couples Therapy is Not Working!

Weekly In-Person Couples Therapy is Not Working! Revised 1/6/20 Weekly in-person couples therapy may be fading in popularity. Let’s face it. Couples have more stuff to do than they have time to it. Recent

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Building Couples Therapy Momentum After Your Intensive

The Big Mo…Why Momentum is Important Revised 1/6/20 Couples Therapy Inc. is one of the largest couples therapy practices of its kind. Our practice is international, and we speak 9 languages. We have

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Marriage Problems Don’t Need Solutions

 Marriage Problems Don’t Need Solutions. Revised 4/9/20 Marriage problems are the reason couples enter couples therapy. Most couples are looking for solutions and are surprised at first to hear

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