6 edition of Marital Distress found in the catalog.
December 28, 1998
by Jason Aronson
Written in English
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Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples (Clinical Application of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy) [Rathus, Jill H., Sanderson, William C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Couples (Clinical Application of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy)Author: Jill H.
Rathus, William C. Sanderson. Marital Distress: 1st (First) Edition Hardcover – Decem by William Sanderson Jill H. Rathus, William C.
Sanderson (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Decem Author: William Sanderson Jill H. Rathus, William C. Sanderson. Marital distress has powerful effects on the partners, often leading to great sadness, worry, a high level of tension, anxiety, and depression.
And, if prolonged, it can negatively impact one's physical health. Outcome research has identified cognitive behavioral treatment strategies as efficacious in treating marital/couple distress. Walking the practitioner through the therapy, session by session, Drs.
Rathus and Sanderson clearly illustrate clinical applications of key concepts of cognitive behavioral marital therapy, enhancing the book's utility with a variety of clinical tools, assessment 5/5(1).
Book Review | A New Novel About Marital Distress, a Depressed Mother and a Move to Australia A New Novel About Marital Distress, a Depressed Mother and a Move to Australia THE OTHER SIDE OF THE Author: Susan Coll.
Indeed, marital distress is quite common. At least half of all first marriages and half of all remarriages eventually fail (Glick,a,b). Twenty percent of married couples at any particular time are likely to be distressed (Beach, Arias, & O’Leary, a).
A third problem frequently associated with marital distress is lack of intimacy or loving feelings between spouses. Although the strong emotions associated with courtship naturally decline over time in most relationships, many spouses become upset when they observe such a decline.
Any person who has experienced significant marital distress, or witnessed the feelings of a friend or family member in the midst of such distress, easily recognizes that troubled marriages are among the most complex and upsetting of human problems.
Powerful feelings of sadness, anger, rage, disbelief, shock.