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Default Recommended Readings re CBT with Couples and Families

Baucom, D. H., Epstein, N. Sayers, S. & Sher, T. G. (1989). The role of cognition in marital relationships: Deffinitional, metholodogical, and conceptual issues. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psycholgy, 57, 31-38.

Beck, A. T. (1988). Love is never enough. New York, Harper and Row.

Bedrosian, R. C. (1983). Cognitive therapy in the family system. In A. Freeman (Ed.) Cognitive therapy with couples and groups. New York: Plenum.

Epstein, N. B. & Baucom, D. H. (2002). Enhanced cognitive-behavioral therapy for couples. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.

Miller, I. W., Gabor, I. K., Epstein, N. B., Bishop, D. S. & Ryan, C. E. (1993). Inpatient family treatment: General principles. In J. H. Wright, M. E. Thase, A. T. Beck, & J. W. Ludgate (Eds.) Cognitive therapy with inpatients: Developing a cognitive milieu. New York: Guilford.

Spring, J. A. (1996). After the affair: Healing the pain and rebuilding trust when a partner has been unfaithful. New York: Harper Collins.

Wright, J. H. & Beck, A.T. (1993). Family cognitive therapy with inpatients. In J. H. Wright, M. E. Thase, A. T. Beck, & J. W. Ludgate (Eds.) Cognitive therapy with inpatients: Developing a cognitive milieu. New York: Guilford.
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