Results 1–10 of 62 for "Continuing Education Program"X related to "Couples Therapy for Domestic Violence:..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicTherapy (18)Ethics (5)Trauma (5)Military (4)Violence (4) 21 more... [+] Addictions (3)Children (3)Aging (2)Depression (2)Education (2)Emotional health (2)Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (2)Parenting (2)Personality (2)Women & men (2)ADHD (1)Anxiety (1)Death & dying (1)Eating disorders (1)Hypnosis (1)Obesity (1)Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (1)Stress (1)Suicide (1)Teens (1)Testing issues (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeContinuing Education ProgramXYear2013 (9)2012 (5)2011 (16)2010 (9)Author/ContributorBrim, William (1)Brown, Thomas E. (1)Coons, Helen L. (1)Davis, Chelsi Klentz (1)Domenici, Paula (1) 14 more... [+] Drozd, John F. (1)Foy, David W. (1)Freimuth, Marilyn (1)Geller, Pamela A. (1)Glynn, Shirley M. (1)Henderson, Justin D. (1)Meredith, James M. (1)Niles, Barbara L. (1)Nofziger, Debra (1)Randour, Mary Lou (1)Riggs, David S. (1)Scheel, Michael J. (1)Unger, William S. (1)Wattenberg, Melissa S. (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 62 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Couples Therapy for Domestic Violence: Finding Safe SolutionsThis book presents a safety-focused approach to assessment and treatment of couples who choose to remain together after one or both partners have been violent.Continuing Education Program (July 2012)2.Violence Against Women and Children, Volume 1: Mapping the TerrainExperts from diverse disciplines describe prevalence rates among various populations; risk factors for perpetration and vulnerability and protective factors for potential victims.Continuing Education Program 3.What Every Clinician Should Know About the Link between Pet Abuse and Family ViolenceThis article will offer a rationale to all clinicians or other professionals who come into contact with children and their families including questions about animals in the family as a routine part of assessing the health of families and well-being of children.Continuing Education Program (June 2011)4.Supporting Special Needs Adoptive Couples: Assessing an Intervention to Enhance Forgiveness, Increase Marital Satisfaction, and Prevent DepressionEvaluates an educational group intervention for special needs adoptive couples and identifies the key stakeholders involved in the adoption process in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 39, No. 7.Continuing Education Program (August 2011)5.Lesbian and Gay Parents and Their Children: Research on the Family Life CycleAging and Cognition explores methods for measuring cognitive change and the social and psycological factors associated with cognitive aging.This book provides a comprehensive overview of the research on same-sex parenthood, exploring ways in which lesbian and gay parents resist, accommodate, and transform fundamental notions of gender, parenting, and family.Continuing Education Program 6.Stepfamily Therapy: A 10-Step Clinical ApproachExplain the challenges of family therapy that are unique to stepfamilies, and describe the three types of stepfamilies: simple stepmother, simple stepfather, complex stepfamily. Continuing Education Program 7.Grief in Childhood: Fundamentals of Treatment in Clinical PracticeThis book presents Integrated Grief Therapy for Children — an evidence-based model for treating bereaved children.Continuing Education Program (July 2012)8.Methamphetamine Addiction: Biological Foundations, Psychological Factors, and Social ConsequencesMethamphetamine Addiction presents a biopsychosocial perspective on this drug addiction, taking into account the biochemistry of the drug, the predispositions and behavioral patterns of the individual user, and the effects of the drug on the immediate and wider social environments of these drug users.Continuing Education Program 9.Obesity in Youth: Causes, Consequences, and CuresSummarize research findings on genetic and biological influences in the development of obesity among children and adolescents.Continuing Education Program (July 2010)10.Substance Abuse and EmotionThere is a recurring debate over the causes of substance abuse that typically divides along two common assumptions: People either abuse drugs and alcohol out of sheer pleasure-seeking drives run amok or to escape or assuage aversive states of comorbid anxiety or depression. Substance Abuse and Emotion goes beyond this dichotomy in its exploration of recent, significant field observations, theory construction and rigorous testing, and laboratory research to advance working models for a new research paradigm on substance abuse and comorbidity. Continuing Education Program (July 2010) Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 62 for "Continuing Education Program"X related to "Couples Therapy for Domestic Violence:..."