Case Study Evaluation of a Theory and Implications for a Beginning Therapist

Case Study Evaluation of a Theory and Implications for a Beginning Therapist

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John Gottman, PhD, has been doing cutting-edge research and work in the field of couples therapy since the 1970s. His qLove Labq in Seattle, Washington, and his Gottman Institute Relationship Clinic have been leading the development of new approaches to couples therapy. Gottman uses an eclectic model based on treatment elements found to be effective in his research, and calls his model, qThe Sound Marital House.q This dissertation is a case study analysis to look at the utility of Gottman's model, and its effectiveness as applied to one married heterosexual couple by a beginning therapist.John Gottman, PhD, has been doing cutting-edge research and work in the field of couples therapy since the 1970s.


Title:Case Study Evaluation of a Theory and Implications for a Beginning Therapist
Author: Julie A. Barth
Publisher: - 2008
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