Paul Weiss will conduct this 3-part seminar series on the core habits that are needed for satisfying relationships beginning March 5th. Be sure to register early as seats often fill in advance.
Dr. Atkinson’s recent interview on The Couples Therapist Couch show can be heard by clicking here!
An article describing Couples Clinic methods has been published in the German academic journal, Familiendynamik: Systemische Praxis und Forschung. (click here for an English version) Dr Atkinson will conduct 5 days of training for mental health professionals in Berne, Switzerland in October, 2017.
Intensive Training for Mental Health Professionals: Spend five days learning the Pragmatic/Experiential Method, a step-by-step approach that translates advances in neurobiology and relationship science into practical methods for improving relationships.
Read about how the brain is wired for love in Dr. Atkinson’s article posted by the Psychotherapy Networker online magazine for therapists.
Janice Kaplan describes how Dr. Atkinson helped her fall back in love with her husband through the practice of gratitude in Chapter Two of her new book, The Gratitude Diaries.
Dr. Atkinson speaks about Increasing the Capacity for Love at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York. Click here to listen to the interview.
Dr. Atkinson’s book chapter appears in the recently published book, Couple Resilience: Emerging Perspectives.
We’re pleased to invite mental health professionals to join a Facebook forum with others who are using the principals of the Pragmatic/Experiential (PEX) Method for Improving Relationships in their lives and in their work. Developed by Couples Clinic therapists and educators and detailed in the books, Emotional Intelligence in Couples Therapy...