Clinical Research

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Relationship Counseling Research from the Harvard Medical School

  Harvard Medical School University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine By Frank M. Dattilio, Ph.D., ABPP Introduction Relationship counseling has become an increasingly popular avenue for attempting to remedy distressed relationships, in addition to the number of other alternatives available (e.g., marriage encounter weekends, self-help literature, etc). Of the many styles of relationship interventions, one […]

  Harvard Medical School University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine By Frank M. Dattilio, Ph.D., ABPP Introduction Relationship counseling has become an increasingly popular avenue for attempting to remedy distressed relationships, in addition to the number of other alternatives available (e.g., marriage encounter weekends, self-help literature, etc). Of the many styles of relationship interventions, one that has gained increasing recognition,

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Going To Therapy For The First Time? Here’s What To Expect

Going to Therapy for the First Time: What to know

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/22/first-time-at-therapy_n_4612858.html Maybe it's that extra 20 pounds you just can't lose. Perhaps you're struggling with infidelity. Or maybe you're unhappy in your job, and need some guidance in figuring out what career will really make you happy. Or, it could be that you're struggling with depression or anxiety. If any of the above situations applies to your life, counseling

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Illness, Injury, and PTSD

Does Serious Illness Increase the Risk of Developing PTSD?

We wrote about this topic back in 2011. At that time, a study in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeonsreported that 20-51% of patients who suffered musculoskeletal injuries went on to develop PTSD. We wrote about this topic back in 2011. At that time, a study in the Journal of the American Academy

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