This is an exciting time to be working in the psychotherapy field.
Over the years we have witnessed a fascinating evolution of interrelated treatment approaches for overcoming suffering. None of these approaches—whether Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology, or Mindfulness-Based approaches—work in a vacuum.
Enduring change requires the engagement of the whole being through behavior, cognition, honest inquiry and reflection, awareness of one’s strengths, and a nonjudgmental attitude.
In truth, it’s the integrative way in which these concepts work together that creates a synergy bigger than the sum of its parts.
It’s no surprise that clinicians who work with relationship issues are looking for hands-on, practical tools or protocols that embrace this broader, integrative perspective.
That’s exactly why we’re giving away this FREE CBT for Couples Worksheet.
Download this exercise to improve communication, navigate problems, and build strong relationships.
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