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Conflict Avoidant

How do you create intensity and momentum with conflict-avoidant partners? I find conflict-avoidant couples more challenging than hostile couples. Their energy is so low. How do you create intensity and momentum with conflict-avoidant partners?  … Read more...

The Relationship Alive Podcast Interview with Peter Pearson and Ellyn Bader

Thanks for listening to our interview with Neil Sattin on his Relationship Alive! Podcast. We hope you found the interview helpful. Please feel free to share the podcast and resources below. If you'd like more relationship or couples therapy training information, feel free to signup here. For Couples and Therapists: Click here for Super Negotiation for Couples that Pete mentioned on the podcast. Good negotiation is much more complex than having each person say what they want and then both compromise on something they hold important for the sake of peace. For Therapists: In Quest of the Mythical Mate Kit Develop your therapy skills with this comprehensive kit for working with couples.… Read more...

For Listeners of “The How of Business”

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For Listeners of “Culture Eats Strategy.”

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For Listeners of “Small Business Radio”

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For Listeners of “Business Life & Coffee” More on “Business Life & Coffee”

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Perry Marshall’s Mastermind Group with Ellyn Bader & Peter Pearson

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Psychotherapy is one or more processes to help improve psychological and emotional functioning. Examples are psychoanalysis, cognitive therapy, behavior therapy, Gestalt therapy, Transactional Analysis, Rational-Emotive therapy, or group therapy. Many forms of psychotherapy are blends of different approaches. For example, newer forms of psychotherapy called energy psychology draw upon recent advances in brain and neuroscience. These approaches often build on cognitive behavioral methods.

Clinical Psychologist. After graduating from college, it usually takes about five years of graduate school to get a Ph.D. in Psycholgy. It then requires an additional two years of supervision and passing a written (and often) an oral exam. There are a few states that allow psychologists to prescribe medications (with additional training) but that is uncommon.

Psychiatrist. After graduation from medical school, there is a generally a 4-year psychiatric residency. After the completion of this training, psychiatrists must pass an exam issued by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology to obtain certification and legally practice in the field. Psychiatrists can prescribe medications.

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