We combat toxic masculinity by setting a positive example for other men, especially teenagers and boys, to follow.
Treating trauma is a powerful way for a therapist to observe profound human strength. It makes the work worth doing.
Treatment plans are central to psychotherapy, but the way in which they are created and utilized can pose ethical problems.
Many of us in the clinical community observed how supportive relationships led to better outcomes for those in recovery.
This outcome study is the first of its kind, and it displays the strengths of same-sex relationships to the scientific community.
How to Attract Your Ideal Client as a Gottman Couples Therapist: An Interview with Joe Sanok, MA, LLP, LCC, Part II
A detailed knowledge of who you want to attract helps you decide where you dedicate your energy and time.
Joe Sanok, MA, LLP, LCC interview on what a therapist needs to know before opening a private practice.
We need to increase awareness of the importance and place for couple recovery.
The Still Face Experiment illustrates the power of emotion coaching and the importance of turning toward your child's bids for connection.
Today on The Gottman Relationship Blog, we continue The Research with a six-year longitudinal study performed by Dr. Gottman and fellow University of Washington researcher Sybil Carrère.
Who doesn’t want the relationship that has a wonderful friendship base, tackles gridlocked and perpetual conflict with ease and humor, and a shared meaning system that inspires the best in oneself?
My practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist is focused on proactively transforming nearly newlyweds into competent love birds by teaching The Gottman Method