How to partner

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The perils of partnership: industry influence, institutional integrity, and public health [i]
  2. () Personal relationships and intimacy in the age of social media [i] [d]
  3. () Pairwise communication for innovation at work [i] [d]
  4. Heidi Keller & Kim A. Bard [ed] () The cultural nature of attachment: contextualizing relationships and development [i]
  5. () Editorial: Emerging principles of practice in couple and family therapy [p] [d]
  6. () New sexism in couple therapy: a discursive analysis [d]
  7. () What can studying designed marital argument interventions contribute to argumentation scholarship? [i] [d]
  8. Maria Borcsa & Peter Rober [ed] () Research perspectives in couple therapy: discursive qualitative methods [i] [d]
  9. () The gap between couple therapy research efficacy and practice effectiveness [p] [d]
  10. () A roadmap for couple therapy: integrating systemic, psychodynamic, and behavioral approaches [i] [d]
  11. () Affective arousal during blaming in couple therapy: combining analyses of verbal discourse and physiological responses in two case studies [d]
  12. James J. Ponzetti [ed] () Evidence-based approaches to relationship and marriage education [i] [d]
  13. () Relational construct psychology [i] [d]
  14. () Breaking negative relationship patterns: a schema therapy self-help and support book [i] [d]
  15. Gerald R. Weeks, Stephen T. Fife, & Colleen M. Peterson [ed] () Techniques for the couple therapist: essential interventions from the experts [i] [d]
  16. () Using shared journaling to practice communication skills with couples [i] [d]
  17. () Escalating, accusing, and rationalizing: a model of distortion and interaction in couple conflict [d]
  18. () The heart of the fight: a couple's guide to 15 common fights, what they really mean, & how they can bring you closer [i]
  19. () Getting married: the public nature of our private relationships [i] [d]
  20. David Capuzzi & Mark D. Stauffer [ed] () Foundations of couples, marriage, and family counseling [i]
  21. () Empathic accuracy and aggression in couples: individual and dyadic links [p] [d]
  22. () The therapy relationship: a special kind of friendship [i]
  23. () Zen and the art of sex: examining associations among mindfulness, sexual satisfaction, and relationship satisfaction in dating relationships [d]
  24. () When love is not all we want: queers, singles and the therapeutic cult of relationality [i] [d]
  25. () The couple's grid: a tool for assessing interpersonal construction in couples [d]
  26. () Schema therapy with couples: a practitioner's guide to healing relationships [i] [d]
  27. () An emotionally focused workbook for couples: the two of us [i] [d]
  28. () Couple and family therapy: an integrative map of the territory [i] [d]
  29. () Thinking and working relationally: interviewing and constructing hypotheses to create compassionate understanding [p] [d]
  30. () The problem is my partner: treating couples when one partner wants the other to change [d]
  31. () Which relationship skills count most? [d]
  32. () Effects of relationship education on maintenance of couple relationship satisfaction [p] [d]
  33. () Love sense: the revolutionary new science of romantic relationships [i]
  34. () Why power matters: creating a foundation of mutual support in couple relationships [p] [d]
  35. () Silence is not golden: review of studies of couple interaction [d]
  36. () Mindful relationships [d]
  37. () Forgiveness and reconciliation in emotionally focused therapy for couples: the client change process and therapist interventions [d]
  38. () Building learning partnerships [d]
  39. () Common principles of couple therapy [p] [d]
  40. () Informing intimate partner violence prevention efforts: dyadic, developmental, and contextual considerations [d]
  41. () Anxious in love: how to manage your anxiety, reduce conflict & reconnect with your partner [i]
  42. () Emotional coherence and the great attachment debate [i]
  43. () Mindfulness and acceptance in couple and family therapy [i] [d]
  44. () Going my way?: the benefits of travelling in the same direction [d]
  45. () Clearly we've only just begun: developing effective prevention programs for intimate partner violence [d]
  46. David S. Shepard & Michele Harway [ed] () Engaging men in couples therapy [i]
  47. () Splitting and emotional regulation in partner violence [d]
  48. () Enhancing emotionally focused couple therapy through the practice of mindfulness: a case analysis [d]
  49. () Supporting healthy relationships in low-income, violent couples: reducing conflict and strengthening relationship skills and satisfaction [d]
  50. () Compassion and healing in medicine and society: on the nature and use of attachment solutions to separation challenges [i]
  51. James L. Furrow, Susan M. Johnson, & Brent A. Bradley [ed] () The emotionally focused casebook: new directions in treating couples [i]
  52. () Have you thanked your spouse today?: felt and expressed gratitude among married couples [d]
  53. () The science of trust: emotional attunement for couples [i]
  54. () Marriage and relationship education: what works and how to provide it [i]
  55. () Hurt feelings: theory, research, and applications in intimate relationships [i] [d]
  56. () Investigating spousal influence using moment-to-moment affect data from marital conflict [d]
  57. () Psychological abuse in young couples: risk factors [d]
  58. () Could EFT have saved the Buddha's marriage?: a reflection on Beckerman and Sarracco [d]
  59. () Happy ever after?: a practical guide to relationship counselling for clinical psychologists [o]
  60. () Predicting marital adjustment from young adults' initial levels and changes in emotional intimacy over time: a 25-year longitudinal study [d]
  61. () Well connected: an unconventional approach to building genuine, effective business relationships [i]
  62. () Relational aspects of mindfulness: implications for the practice of marriage and family therapy [d]
  63. Alan S. Gurman [ed] () Clinical casebook of couple therapy [i]
  64. () Long-term effects of social investment: the case of partnering in young adulthood [d]
  65. () Voices of experienced meditators: the impact of meditation practice on intimate relationships [d]
  66. () Change processes in couple therapy: an intensive case analysis of one couple using a common factors lens [d]
  67. () Relationship connection: a redux on the role of minding and the quality of feeling special in the enhancement of closeness [i] [d]
  68. () Processing the therapeutic relationship [p] [d]
  69. () Partnering for greater success: local stakeholders and research in tropical biology and conservation [d]
  70. () The occupational transmission genogram: exploring family scripts affecting roles of work and career in couple and family dynamics [d]
  71. () Couple checkup: tuning up relationships [d]
  72. Mudita Rastogi & Volker Thomas [ed] () Multicultural couple therapy [i]
  73. () Common factors in couple and family therapy: the overlooked foundation for effective practice [i]
  74. () The mindful couple: how acceptance and mindfulness can lead you to the love you want [i]
  75. () The three marriages: reimagining work, self and relationship [i]
  76. () Potential benefits of expressive writing for male college students with varying degrees of restrictive emotionality [d]
  77. () Matches and mismatches: partners, perfectionism, and premarital adjustment [d]
  78. () Romantic partners' influence on men's likelihood of arrest in early adulthood [d]
  79. () Emotion-focused couples therapy: the dynamics of emotion, love, and power [i] [d]
  80. () Hold me tight: seven conversations for a lifetime of love [i]
  81. () A typology of domestic violence: intimate terrorism, violent resistance, and situational couple violence [i]
  82. () The couple checkup [i]
  83. () Love's garden: a guide to mindful relationships [i]
  84. () Splitting as a focus of couples treatment [d]
  85. Susan Sprecher, Amy Wenzel, & John H. Harvey [ed] () Handbook of relationship initiation [i]
  86. (/2010) Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari: intersecting lives [i] [j]
  87. () How to improve your marriage without talking about it: finding love beyond words [i]
  88. () Unyielding integrity: the key to creating next-generation transformational partnerships [i]
  89. () The role of need fulfillment in relationship functioning and well-being: a self-determination theory perspective [d]
  90. () The couples emotion rating form: psychometric properties and theoretical associations [d]
  91. () Partnerships for tropical conservation [d]
  92. () Mindful relating: exploring mindfulness and emotion repertoires in intimate relationships [d]
  93. () Therapeutic alliances in couple and family therapy: an empirically informed guide to practice [i] [d]
  94. () Moving on: dump your relationship baggage and make room for the love of your life [i]
  95. () How I ended up in a happy relationship: women's process of successful partnering [d]
  96. () Physiology and interpersonal relationships [i] [d]
  97. () Optimism in close relationships: how seeing things in a positive light makes them so [d]
  98. Anita L. Vangelisti & Daniel Perlman [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of personal relationships [i] [d]
  99. () The paternalism of partnership: a postcolonial reading of identity in development aid [i]
  100. () Waking up together: intimate partnership on the spiritual path [i]
  101. () Mindfulness and marital satisfaction [d]
  102. () A life span developmental systems perspective on aggression toward a partner [i]
  103. () Becoming an emotionally focused couple therapist: the workbook [i]
  104. () A relational-cultural model: healing through mutual empathy [p] [d]
  105. () Using diary methods to study marital and family processes [p] [d]
  106. () Couples therapy: a relational approach [i]
  107. () Problem-solving training for couples [i] [d]
  108. () Forging research partnerships across the academic–agency divide [d]
  109. () The autonomy myth: a theory of dependency [i]
  110. () The partnership charter: how to start out right with your new business partnership (or fix the one you're in) [i]
  111. John M. Kamensky & Thomas J. Burlin [ed] () Collaboration: using networks and partnerships [i]
  112. Daniel J. Canary & Marianne Dainton [ed] () Maintaining relationships through communication: relational, contextual, and cultural variations [i]
  113. () Thinking of you: nonconscious pursuit of interpersonal goals associated with relationship partners [d]
  114. Larraine Segil, Marshall Goldsmith, & James A. Belasco [ed] () Partnering: the new face of leadership [i]
  115. John H. Harvey & Amy Wenzel [ed] () A clinician's guide to maintaining and enhancing close relationships [i]
  116. () Partnerships, information and public safety: community policing in a time of terror [d]
  117. () The responsibility virus: how control freaks, shrinking violets—and the rest of us—can harness the power of true partnership [i]
  118. () Tea for two—creating in pairs [i]
  119. () The mismeasure of love: how self-doubt contaminates relationship beliefs [d]
  120. () The couple's survival workbook: what you can do to reconnect with your partner and make your marriage work [i]
  121. () Mediating family disputes in a world with domestic violence: how to devise a safe and effective court-connected mediation program [u]
  122. () Continuity in problems of social functioning in adulthood: a cumulative perspective [d]
  123. () Love's revolution: interracial marriage [i]
  124. () The collaboration challenge: how nonprofits and businesses succeed through strategic alliances [i]
  125. () Time and intimacy: a new science of personal relationships [i]
  126. (/2014) Reconcilable differences: rebuild your relationship by rediscovering the partner you love—without losing yourself [i]
  127. Jude Cassidy & Phillip R. Shaver [ed] (/2016) Handbook of attachment: theory, research, and clinical applications [i]
  128. () Marriage and family consultation with ranch and farm families: an empirical family case study [d]
  129. () Fear of intimacy [i]
  130. Wyndol Furman, B. Bradford Brown, & Candice Feiring [ed] () The development of romantic relationships in adolescence [i]
  131. () Building relationships: developing skills for life [i]
  132. () Psychology and the study of marital processes [d]
  133. () Emotional unavailability: recognizing it, understanding it, and avoiding its trap [i]
  134. () Everyday blessings: the inner work of mindful parenting [i]
  135. () The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life [i]
  136. () Marry your muse: making a lasting commitment to your creativity [i]
  137. (/2004) The practice of emotionally focused couple therapy: creating connection [i]
  138. () The self-fulfilling nature of positive illusions in romantic relationships: love is not blind, but prescient [d]
  139. () Emotional behavior in long-term marriage [d]
  140. Alan S. Gurman, Jay Lebow, & Douglas K. Snyder [ed] (/2015) Clinical handbook of couple therapy [i]
  141. (/2009) The lost art of listening: how learning to listen can improve relationships [i]
  142. Susan M. Johnson & Leslie S. Greenberg [ed] () The heart of the matter: perspectives on emotion in marital therapy [i]
  143. () The space between us: exploring the dimensions of human relationships [i]
  144. (/2008) Person to person: positive relationships don't just happen [i]
  145. () Conjoint couple therapy in client-centered practice [i] [u]
  146. () Making a friend in youth: developmental theory and pair therapy [i]
  147. () A passion for friends: toward a philosophy of female affection [i]
  148. () Differential effects of experiential and problem-solving interventions in resolving marital conflict [p] [d]
  149. G. Pirooz Sholevar [ed] () The handbook of marriage and marital therapy [i] [d]

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14th edition, last updated: 23 February 2020
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