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John Gottman, Ph.D., Author of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
"In 25 years of treating couples and closely following the literature, this is the most significant development I have seen. Schema Therapy with Couples provides a highly developed, systems-oriented theoretical model. With its foundation in schema therapy, this approach can deftly deal with the most severely dysfunctional couples by focusing on personality dysfunction, change at a deep cognitive-emotional level, and potent emotive techniques. This is an extraordinary volume, chock-full of figures, instructive clinical examples, and powerful clinical interventions, that will undoubtedly influence how you treat couples."
Lawrence P. Riso, PhD, Professor of Clinical Psychology, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington DC
"For several years, the authors of this book have been active in a schema therapy for couples workgroup and now share their own insights and those of colleagues. They show how the central concepts and approach to case formulation and intervention in schema therapy provide a coherent integrative framework, and offer a set of guiding and enabling principles as well as practical examples of how to implement specific schema therapy interventions. Rich in clinical examples, this book will enable readers to encounter the distinctive contribution of the schema therapy approach to couples therapy."
David Edwards, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Rhodes University and Schema Therapy Institute of South Africa
"This book teaches the basics of couples in conflict, and provides a deeper, need-based understanding of what goes wrong in relationships. Therapists are offered a toolkit to meet, understand, evaluate and help couples to stay together despite interpersonal turmoil. Schema Therapy with Couples opens a new window of understanding and provides innovative ways to help." Gerhard Zarbock, PhD, Clinical psychologist, Director of IVAH, Hamburg, Germany, co-author of Mindfulness for Therapists