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The ebook addresses the issues that adventure in the course of the lifestyles cycle. every one bankruptcy contains an up to date evaluation of the literature pertinent to the subject, with a spotlight on useful interventions that are in most cases dependent upon, yet now not constrained to, cognitive and rational emotive behavioral rules. Case reviews or vignettes extra illustrate software of rules. Worksheets, checklists, or different assets that might be priceless in operating with also are incorporated the place proper. This ebook provides interventions dependent upon study, idea, and such a lot of all on perform. And is appropriate to marriage and relatives therapists, psychological health and wellbeing counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, kin legislation specialists, social staff and courting coaches. moreover, it may function a textbook for college students in marriage and kin therapy.
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These results are promising; however, further research is needed to tease out to what extent mindfulness contributed to the gains made. 2 Using Mindfulness with Couples: Theory and Practice 25 Mindfulness Interventions for Couples It is beyond the scope of this chapter to describe in detail all the mindfulness techniques that can be used with couples. However, examples will be given to illustrate how these techniques can be used in counseling couples. Interventions for Individual Members of the Couple As the theory and research have indicted, individuals who demonstrate better levels of psychological functioning have more rewarding relationships.