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Blame, Denial and Power: The Holy Trinity of Relationship Problems in CBT
TEAM Therapy concept of the core problem in the treatment of relationships may sound simple: As long as our client continues to blame the other person for the problems in their relationship and denying their own role in creating or maintaining the problem, they will remain powerless at creating a positive change in their relationship. This concept is enormously helpful, but it is not easy to get this point across without losing therapeutic alliance. ....Read More.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Prolonged Grief Disorder: Research Brief
Coping after the death of a loved one is a universal, but unique and personal journey often filled with pain and despair. Most usually have the natural capacity to adjust to their new lives in the absence of loved ones. However, some experience more difficulty or prolonged grieving than others. ....Read More.