The couple who fell in hate: Eclectic psychodynamic therapy with an angry couple
Couples in which the husband is passive and the wife aggressive are a common sight in today's therapy clinics. Such couples are difficult to work with because they have become addicted to their ritual of hate, which offers each a secondary gratification. To work with them, therapists often need to be creative and utilize eclectic approaches. In this instance, I have used a paradoxical behavioral approach combined with psychoanalysis.
KeywordsPublic Health Social Psychology Behavioral Approach Therapy Clinic Psychodynamic Therapy
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