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"This groundbreaking book is very well written and comprehensive in its conceptualization. It is a must-read for couple and family therapists who work in the 21st century." - Volker Thomas, PhD, LMFT, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Couple and Family Therapy Program, The University of Iowa; Editor, Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy "Couple and family therapists wake up and enter the 21st century! If you think that technology is not going to come into your office, you are absolutely wrong! This book attests to the entrance of 21st century technology in your office. If you think for one moment that you can continue to work and possibly help couples and families using the traditional face-to-face, talk-based approach, you are wrong. If you want to enter and join the present century and update your online therapeutic skills, then this is the book for you...You will not be able to practice in this century without it." - Luciano L'Abate, PhD, ABEPP, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Georgia State University "Hertlein and Blumer have provided an accessible and workable approach to assisting couples and families in improving their relationships and lives while still being able to benefit from the advantages of technology." - Craig W. Smith, Director of the Medical Family Therapy Program in the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, PsycCRITIQUES
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Katherine M. Hertlein, PhD, is an associate professor and program director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Markie L. C. Blumer, PhD, is an assistant professor and the Delta Kappa (International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society) Zeta chapter faculty advisor in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
1. Couple and Family Technology: The Emergence of a New Discipline 2. The Basics of Online Coupling 3. Issues E-merging in Couple Life 4. The Couple and Family Technology Framework 5. Ecological Influences on the Couple System 6. The Interactional Nature of Structure and Function 7. Assessment in the CFT Framework 8. Treatment of Internet-Based Problems Through the CFT Framework 9. Toward a Developmentally Diverse E-Couple Lifespan 10. Technology, Risks, and Relationships Appendices.