Treating Difficult Couples: Helping Clients with Coexisting Mental and Relationship Disorders
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Treating Difficult Couples addresses that challenge of providing therapy when there are co-occurring mental and relationship disorders. The course provides specific guidelines for conceptualizing, evaluating, and treating behavioral and health concerns in couple therapy.
This course is based on a book and a post test. When you're ready, purchase the test by clicking the "Add this Course Now" button above; this will let you take the test and receive your certificate for CEU credits.
- Comorbidity of Relationship Distress and Mental and Physical Health Problems
- Tailoring Couple Therapy to Individual Differences: A Conceptual Approach
- Anxiety Disorders
- Bipolar Disorder
- Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders
- Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Physical Aggression
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Narcissistic Disorder
- Posttraumatic Stress
- Childhood Sexual Trauma
- Physical Illness
- Aging and Cognitive Impairment
- Bereavement and Complicated Grief
- Understanding Psychopathology and Couple Dysfunction: Implications for Clinical Practice, Training, and Research
- Discuss the interaction between relationship disturbance and mental and physical health problems.
- Describe the impact of a couple's relationship on specific psychological problems.
- Explain the impact of specific psychological problems on a couple's relationship.
- Describe effective couple-based interventions for specific psychological problems.
- Explain the impact of depression relationships.
- Discuss the impact of schizophrenia on relationships.
- Describe the impact of paranoia on relationships.
- Explain the impact of anxiety disorders on relationships.