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5 Free Resources for Teachers

We're celebrating National Teacher Day by offering teachers FIVE of our best school-and teaching-related worksheets and videos...for FREE!

PESI Team

Access each resource below and feel free to share these free activities with all your teacher friends and family. #ThankATeacher

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How Couples Stay in Love For a Lifetime

Plus earn FREE CE...

PESI Team

You’ll gain powerful knowledge and strategies you can use to guide your couples in building great relationships that are filled with life-long committed love and affection — plus you’ll earn 1 Free CE hour!

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Use Your Pause Button: Stop, Drop, and Breathe

A Self-Regulation Strategy for Parents

Laura Markham, PhD

If you want to experience a happier family life, with a lot less drama and a lot more love, then check out this FREE Exercise and Worksheet.

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Trust Revival Method

How to guide couples through the trauma of betrayal and infidelity

John M. Gottman, Ph.D., Julie Gottman, Ph.D.

In this video, John and Julie Gottman will step you through the different phases of their Trust Revival Method to help rebuild and nurture trust in a relationship.

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#AskGottman: Affairs Answers

PESIinc

It’s possible to recover from an affair, but not every relationship can or should be saved. In a recent #AskGottman session, Master Certified Gottman Therapists Don and Carrie Cole answered 5 tough questions about affairs. Here are their responses.

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Married to the military: 6 tips to support the military couples we work with

Martha Teater, MA, LMFT, LCAS, LPC

If we want to help our clients (enlisted, Guard and Reserve, vets) we should arm ourselves with some skills and resources. Here are six tips to utilize when working with these clients...

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3 Tips to Improve Social Anxiety in Young Children

Lynne Kenney, Psy.D.

Social anxiety in children can be rather disruptive for a family, therefore having a few cognitive-behavioral activities and resources to quickly offer a family can be of great help to a clinician or school psychologist. Here are three ideas, based in cognitive science, written as a handout for parents, so you can simply print it, discuss it and then provide more individualized strategies as well.

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Joining Through the Truth: Therapeutic Coaching Tests Our Assumptions

Terry Real, LICSW

You wouldn't dream of telling your client, "You're being such a witch to your spouse!" But maybe that's just the thing they need to hear...

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Therapy Tools for the Advanced Practitioner

William Doherty, Ph.D.

There’s a nasty little secret in the therapy field: Couples therapy may be the hardest form of therapy, and most therapists (even advanced practitioners) aren’t good at it.

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Therapy Tools for the Novice Couples Counselor

William Doherty, Ph.D.

From a consumer’s point of view, going in for couples therapy is like having your broken leg set by a doctor who skipped orthopedics in medical school.

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