Same-Sex Couple Households American Community Survey Briefs American Community Survey Briefs
Couples HIV Counseling and Testing Module Three: Initial Session of the CHCT Intervention _____ Module Three covers the material included in the initial session of the couples HIV counseling and testing (CHCT) intervention.
2 U.S. Census Bureau to 1 of 4 mutually exclusive groups, depending on the relationship and gender of the householder and the spouse or partner: opposite-sex married couples, opposite-sex unmarried partners, male same-sex unmarried partners, and female same-sex unmarried partners.
59 Article7 Therapeutic Alliance Direction sin Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling Barbara A. Mahaffeyand Michael S. Lewis Introduction Therapeutic alliance has been heralded as one of the most important factors in successfulindividu al counseling and is also regarded as an important ...
BALANCING ROTORS USING THE STATIC/COUPLE METHOD. INTRODUCTION . The most common method of field balancing is to use the influence coefficient me. thod of balancing.
Couples HIV Counseling and Testing . Module Six: Providing Discordant Results _____ Module Six will clarify the implications of discordance and will explain the Couples HIV
Introduction to the Couple Checkup by PREPARE/ENRICH Congratulations on completing your Couple Checkup ! Taking the time to reflect on your relationship is an important part of growing as a couple.
Good listening can be the key to defusing current and preventing future problems that could arise in a couple's relationship. Listening requires that you pay attention to the tone of voice, ...
Research on Couples and Couple Therapy What Do We Know? Where Are We Going? Neil S. Jacobson Department of Psychology University of Washington Michael E. Addis Department of Psychology University of Washington ABSTRACT This article discusses the outcome and process research on couple therapy and ...
BRIEF REPORTS Infidelity and Behavioral Couple Therapy: Optimism in the Face of Betrayal DavidC. Atkins Fuller Graduate School of Psychology Kathleen A. Eldridge Pepperdine University DonaldH.