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Emotional Intelligence in Couples Therapy - Advances from Neurobiology and Science of Human Nature (Anglais) Relié – 9 décembre 2005

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Book by Atkinson Brent J

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  • Relié: 392 pages
  • Editeur : W. W. Norton & Company (9 décembre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 039370386X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0393703863
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,7 x 0,4 x 2,4 cm
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Les premiers chapitres concernant la neuroscience étaient très intéressantes, par contre les chapitres sur la thérapie et les vignettes cliniques étaient trop basiques
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PET-C Atkinson 6 août 2006
Par Marissa Kent - Publié sur
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This book is an incrediable tool for any clinicial doing relational work. In fact, it's great for anyone involved in a serious relationship. It explains, in a clear manner, the biological reasons for emotional reactions and a step by step method to change established patterns of negative interactions. Atkinson's theory provides research and factual information to intirgue a logical thinker as well as someone more driven by feelings and emotions. As a marriage and family therapist, and someone in a long term relationship, I find this book extermely helpful and I give it my highest recommendation.
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Way Too Many Words! 17 septembre 2009
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As an MFT, I am always on the lookout for books that help me add to what I already know, and to do better what I already do. I was encouraged to buy this book by the rave reviews the author got from some colleagues who listened to him present his ideas live.

Brent's model is a really a nice integration of primary research from marital failure and success (John Gottman) with multiple ideas from emotionally focused therapy (Les Greenberg, Susan Johnson), brain (Allan Schore) and emotional research (Paul Ekman). I followed his model quite easily, since these are the concepts and interventions I have come to embrace in my own practice.

Why I rated the book itself so low is because I found reading it to be a huge chore. It is presented as if it were a textbook for beginning clinicians, and maybe that was the intent. But long, wordy chapters, extensive verbatims, and constant repetition wore me down as a reader. He didn't have to convince me, and I would have loved a book half the length, without all the "take it from the top," step by step, line by therapeutic line, instructions.

So, in the end, perhaps this is a book written more for teachers of therapy who will, in fact, use it for a single model textbook. Or a book that needed to prove that this model is, in fact, based completely in human science. I just didn't need all the WORDS he takes to introduce and help me appropriate his model into practice. I think it should have been more tightly and energetically edited.
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Good book to understand new therapy model 22 février 2007
Par K. Beck - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Atkinson's book is easy to read and understand. The inclusion of biological/physiological rewiring of emotions is an interesting aspect that deserves attention in couples therapy. Atkinson includes several appendices that provide lots of information regarding his approach to couples therapy and a very clear outline for what happens in his model. The book is fairly repetitive. While it makes it easy to understand, it does become a little cumbersome.
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The How to Marriage Therapy 9 janvier 2010
Par Dr. John Laughlin - Publié sur
Format: Relié
This is the clearest book out on how therapists can work successfully with waring couples --and aren't they all. Atkinson makes even Gottman's work clearler and more useful. Never have I read anything so helpful in guiding couples from conflict to successful communication. Must read for marriage therapists.

John Laughliln, PhD. LCSW-C, FAPA author of Reading Thomas Merton
book review 10 avril 2010
Par Terry McCammon - Publié sur
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This book is a good and interesting presentation of the concept of emotional intelligence as related to couples therapy. The chapters devoted to neuroscience seemed appropriately complete without being overwhelming. I am not certain that they were required. My assumption is that the need was felt to underpin the notion of emotional intelligence and its extension into couples therapy. As I am not a neuroscience professional or even a well educated layman in that field, it had to be taken on faith anyway.

The book seems very suitable for the intelligent layman or a professional interested in this approach. I gave four rather than five stars as it is very badly edited.

The author maintains a center for the study and promulgation of his method in the Western Suburbs of Chicago.
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