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Earles Lesley Faith of Our Mothers: religiosity in Adult Daughter-Mother Relationships
143 2015 Sudano Laura Roles and responsibilities of behavioral science faculty within family medicine residencies in inpatient medicine teaching services
142 2015 Karimi Hassan Contribution of common factors to therapeutic outcomes from the clinician's perspective: a mixed method study to explore common mechanisms of change
141 2015 Richardson-Quamina Tenille Online behavioral boundaries: an investigation of how engaged couples negotiate agreements regarding what is considered online infidelity
140 2015 D'Aniello Carissa Couple and family therapy clients’ perceptions of how therapy productivity impacts intended retention: A common factors informed mixed methods analysis
139 2015 Pasymowski Stefan Expressed emotion in families with mild cognitive impairment
138 2015 Austin Jason Getting them in: an exploratory mixed methods study with implications towards marketing Marriage and Family Therapy
137 2014 Hollingsworth Glenn Boundary ambiguity and ambivalence in military family reintegration
136 2014 Johnson Jacob How couples raising children on the autism spectrum negotiate intimacy: a grounded theory study
135 2013 Palit Manjushree Uncovering messages of intimacy in urban, educated, and middle-income married Indian couples: a phenomenological study using pictures as metaphors
134 2013 Kennington Mathis Ambiguous freedom: a grounded theoretical analysis of life outside prison
133 2013 Chen Ruoxi A cross-cultural study of never-married adults’ mate selection perceptions and criteria
132 2013 Jaramillo Sierra Ana Young women's anger in romantic relationships
131 2013 Kraus Vanieca Parental involvement in family therapy for adolescents who sexually offend
130 2012 Gambrel Laura The Mindful Transition to Parenthood Program: developing and evaluating a psychoeducational-experiential intervention for couples
129 2012 Moore Darren Life after bariatric surgery: men's perspectives on self-concept, intimate relationships, and social support
128 2011 Goodwin Annabelle An exploration of feminist family therapists' resistance to and collusion with oppression
127 2011 Jordal Christian "Making it work": a grounded theory of how mixed orientation married couples commit, sexually identify, and gender themselves
126 2010 Banker Jamie Understanding postpartum depression from a structural family theory perspective: examining risk and protective factors
125 2010 Glass Valerie Black lesbian families and their relationships with their families of origin
124 2010 Perkins Susan Influential client factors: understanding and organizing therapists' perceptions of client factors that influence reported outcome of therapy
123 2010 Nunley Robyn Mental health clinicians' perceptions, knowledge, level of training, and utilization of evidence based practices with a specific focus on dialectical behavior therapy
122 2010 Stone Dana Parent and child influences on the development of a Black-White biracial identity
121 2009 Rodgers Brandon An ecological approach to understanding the stigma associated with receiving mental health services: the role of social proximity
120 2009 Bird Mark Sexual addiction and MFT: therapists' perspectives on facilitating individual and relationship healing
119 2009 Nielson Reece Family and clinician effects on costs of psychiatric emergency services dispositions
118 2009 Castanos Carolina Family business consultation: a Delphi study to develop a model curriculum for marriage and family therapists
117 2008 Benson Kristen Gender identity and the family story: a critical analysis
116 2008 Hudgins Cathy Region as a cultural context in family therapy
115 2008 Arthur Kristin Attachment styles and enneagram types
114 2008 Cole Elise Development of the multicultural competency inventory-client version
113 2008 Issenmann Tony An examination of the impact of studying abroad with AFS on level of differentiation
112 2008 Jagasia Jotika Culturally appropriate Indian applications of marriage and family therapy interventions explored through an HIV example 
111 2008 Winston Ebony Gender and diversity topics taught in COAMFTE programs
110 2006 Smock Sara The development of the solution building inventory
109 2006 Morris Matt A cybernetic analysis of the United States of America's relationship with Iraq
108 2005 Matheson Jenn Using metaphors to explore the experiences of powerlessness among women in twelve-step substance abuse recovery
107 2005 Davis Sean Common and model-specific factors: what marital therapy model developers, their former students, and their clients say about change
106 2005 McLaurin Sham Childhood experiences of sibling abuse: an investigation into learned helplessness
105 2004 Hertlien Kat Internet infidelity: an examination of family therapist treatment decisions and gender biases
104 2004 McNamee Carole Bilateral art: an integration of marriage and family therapy, art therapy, and neuroscience 
103 2004 Ricci Ron Trauma resolution treatment as an adjunct to standard treatment for sexual offenders
102 2004 Lambert-Shute Jenn Students and faculty members in marriage and family therapy programs: navigating successful non-sexual dual relationships 
101 2003 Zitzman Bryan Clients' views regarding the inclusion of religious issues in couple therapy
100 2003 Linville Deanna Family experiences concerning adopting a previously institutionalized child from Russia or Romania
99 2003 Yorgason Jeremy Acquired hearing impairment in older couple relationships: an exploration of couple resilience processes
98 2003 White Richard Biblical family systems
97 2003 Sparks Jenn The current use of self-of-the-therapist training in COAMFTE accredited doctoral programs: a survey
96 2003 Evans Clarice Filial therapy with court-ordered parents of maltreated children
95 2003 Thorne Cathy Managing depression: stories of patients and their families pursuing mental health after psychiatric hospitalization
94 2003 Beitin Ben Resilience in Arab American couples in the wake of the terrorist attacks on New York City: a family systems perspective 
93 2003 Flemke Kim Women's experiences of rage towards their intimate partners: diverse voices within the criminal justice system 
92 2003 Moon Liz Flow: family dynamics and adolescent experiences in soccer
91 2003 Viers Dawn Career and relationship satisfaction among female faculty in MFT programs
90 2002 Baptist Joyce Coming out: one family's story
89 2002 Bermudez Maria Conflict resolution among Latino couples
88 2002 Walsh Stephanie Emotion focused couples therapy as a treatment of somatoform disorders: an outcome study
87 2002 Peterson Brennan Examining the individual and dyadic coping processes of men and women in infertile couples and their relationship to infertility stress, marital adjustment, and depression
86 2002 Bava Saliha Transforming performances: an intern-researcher's hypertextual journey in a postmodern community
85 2001 Edwards Scott The essential elements of multi-family group therapy: a Delphi study
84 2001 Kelley Paige What do women in therapy for an eating disorder find helpful: a qualitative study
83 2000 Pankow Shannon Career practices and training perspectives of marriage and family therapy program graduates
82 2000 Habben Chris Differentiation as a predictor of extramarital involvement
81 2000 Millikin John Resolving attachment injuries in couples using emotionally focused therapy: a process study
80 2000 Rogers Linda Women recreating their lives: challenges and resilience in midlife
79 1998 Galway Alison Attitudes and moral development during a college course on human sexuality
78 1998 Schubert Beth Levels of self-control, partner fusion, and marital egalitarianism in men as predictors of male-to-female partner violence
77 1998 Willard Alan Using an integrated competency-based group therapy approach in building adult caregiver strengths
76 1997 Batzel Donna Exploration of session perceptions in the words of clients and therapists
75 1997 Zangari Mary-Eve Family members' experiences of saturation, bonding, and leisure : a feminist perspective
74 1997 Ewing Jan Narratives about God and gender: women's experiences
73 1997 Stone TJ Family conversations about sexual orientation: interviews with heterosexually married parents
72 1997 Thayne Tim Solution-focused leadership: the development and evaluation of a marriage and family therapy-based leadership training program
71 1996 Bradley Peter Towards a theory of family therapy : rediscovering the influence of Don D. Jackson
70 1996 Cooley Sue In their own words: an analysis of personal narratives from fathers' perspectives on the death of a child
69 1996 Eaglesham Sue Online support groups: extending communities of concern
68 1996 Miller John Walk-in single session therapy: a study of client satisfaction
67 1996 Daniels Jean Ethics education in marriage and family therapy graduate programs
66 1996 Edwards Todd Levels of personal disclosure and engagement in communication of later-life couples coping with chronic illness
65 1996 Coward Lynn Significant events and themes in the development of marriage and family therapists: a qualitative study
64 1995 Speice Jenny The effects of family communication patterns during the middle phase of Alzheimer's disease
63 1995 Gosling Anne Pain, courage, and wisdom: stories of women living with HIV
62 1995 Marek Lydia A multi-modal evaluation of an integrated treatment program for college women with eating problems
61 1995 Moore Dave Projective and introjective identification in a couple therapy case study: a hermeneutical examination
60 1994 Madden-Derdich Debra  The ties that bind: relationship attachment between former spouses
59 1994 West Chuck An investigation of second-person narratives: the positioning of "you" in a therapy relationship
58 1993 Beach Alan Sexual attitudes and behaviors of married Christian college alumni
57 1993 Darden Ellen Adult new readers: the impact on family
56 1993 Hickmon Adrian Analysis of an adventure-based marriage enrichment program
55 1993 Sandifer Dan Family ties and growing up to be: late adolescent career development and intergenerational family relationships
54 1993 Scott Wally Reflecting team supervision (RTS): reflexivity in therapy, supervision and research
53 1993 Carruthers Keene Religious orientation in marriage and family therapy
52 1993 Rackley Vann The relationships of marital satisfaction, forgiveness, and religiosity
51 1992 Blaisure Karen Feminists and marriage: a qualitative analysis
50 1992 Disque Graham The experiences of marriage and family therapy supervisors and supervisees
49 1992 Hill Kit Mothers' and fathers' self reports of marital satisfaction and perceptions of their children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
48 1992 Pfaffly Carol An exploration of boundaries of families in treatment for father-daughter incest: a comparison with other clinical families
47 1992 Klienhen Rachel From cohabitation to marriage: couples' perceptions of the transition stage II of the family life cycle
46 1991 Johnson Scott Systemic concepts in literature and art
45 1991 Prest Layne Family of origin, dyadic relationship and the level of codependences: a comparison of alcoholic and non-alcoholic couples
44 1991 Narron Georganne The effects of intrafamilial ritualistic child abuse on an adult survivor: a systemic perspective on recovery
43 1991 Zimmerman Toni Uncommon sports psychology: a qualitative study of the process of utilizing family therapy theory and techniques with an athletic team
42 1990 Grogan John The evolution of family myths: a qualitative analysis of mid- life married men
41 1990 Washle Wynn Fathers and young-adult children: factors affecting relationship strength
40 1990 Bromley Mark Planning for long-term care: filial behavior and relationship quality of adult children with independent parents
39 1990 Martyn Ann Rehearsal for survivorship: a qualitative analysis of later life husbands and wives
38 1990 Skelly Robert Strengths and weaknesses of the spousal relationship following a stroke
37 1990 Turner William Ego identity development in black college students :the effects of self-esteem, ethnic identity and family environment
36 1989 Strombom Tracy Humor and the problem solving behavior of married couples
35 1989 Huber Jim Mothers' adaptation to childhood cancer: an analysis of family process stressors, family system resources, parental coping patterns, and parental adaptation...
34 1989 Long Janie Social provisions in adult friendship
33 1989 DeWeese Myra Stressors, coping strategies and marital adjustment of parents of fullterm and preterm infants in the adjustment to parenthood : a comparative study
32 1989 Ecker Steve Intergenerational family relationships as perceived by adult children of alcoholics
31 1988 Shilts Lee Adolescent substance use and family dynamics
30 1988 Prevatt Bruce Family adaptability and cohesion in remarried families
29 1988 Caldwell Karen Family adaptability, cohesion and conflict in families with rheumatoid arthritis, chronic pain and depression
28 1988 Somers Marsha Fathers and daughters: an assessment of the individuation and strength of their relationship
27 1988 Gilkey Joyce From their daughters' eyes: parent/daughter relationships and college adjustment in young women
26 1988 Earle Marcus The image of marriage and family therapy
25 1988 Seagle Audra Intergenerational dynamics of adult offspring living in the parental home
24 1988 Welch Bob The relationship of psychosexual factors and eating disorders
23 1987 Lipscomb Abby Alcoholism and family relations
22 1987 Preli Rona Alcoholism and family structure
21 1987 Watson Marlene Black adolescent identity development: effects of self-esteem and family structure
20 1987 Shea Laurie Grandparent-adolescent relationships as mediated by lineage and gender
19 1987 Russell Debra Hopelessness and suicidal ideation in adolescents as related to life stress, self-esteem and friendship
18 1987 Farmer Libby Self-images of selected groups of adopted and non-adopted adolescents
17 1986 Birch Dianne Adolescents whose parents are divorced: an interview study and ethnographic analysis
16 1986 McVoy Joe An ethnographic analysis of the family dynamics of the obese adolescent
15 1986 Gillespie Cheryl Marital therapists' own marital distress and its perceived impact on their clinical work
14 1986 Ratcliff Bonnie Predictors of bulimia among university women
13 1986 Sara Mary Linda Premenstrual syndrome and marital satisfaction
12 1986 Gunn Bill Psychosocial factors affecting adaptation of patients and spouses to myocardial infarction
11 1985 Roy Leena An empirical study of the double bind
10 1985 Smith Tom Family cohesion in remarried families
9 1985 Greenwood Phil A survey of family therapists concerning the inclusion of young children in family therapy
8 1984 Dougherty John The influence of stress and child factors on families with educable mentally retarded children: the mother's viewpoint
7 1984 Czarnik Teresa A comparison of family environment between problem and non-problem school children
6 1984 Harvey Donald Eriksonian ego identity and intimacy in marital relationships
5 1983 Van Patten Isaac Family relations and chronic renal disease
4 1982 Garrison Jim The effects on adult children of placing a parent in a nursing home
3 1982 Horner  James Perception of control and marital adjustment
2 1982 Wilkerson Jackie Ego identity, egocentrism, and formal operations
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