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Marital and Family Processes in Depression A Scientific Foundation for Clinical Practice by Steven R. H. Beach

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Published by American Psychological Association (APA) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Abnormal psychology,
  • Marriage,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Mental Depression,
  • Marital Therapy,
  • Psychotherapy - Couples & Family,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychopathology - General,
  • Mental Health,
  • Depression,
  • Family psychotherapy,
  • Treatment,
  • Depression, Mental,
  • Marital psychotherapy,
  • Married people

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages259
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8603009M
ISBN 101557986959
ISBN 109781557986955

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Marital and family processes in depression: a scientific foundation for clinical practice / edited by Steven R.H. Beach. Other author/creator Beach, Steven R. H. Marital and family processes in depression: a scientific foundation for clinical practice / edited by Steven R.H. Beach. RC M Interpersonal psychotherapy for dysthymic disorder / . Marital and family processes in depression: a scientific foundation for clinical practice. [Steven R H Beach;] -- "Research over the past two decades has revealed a robust reciprocal relationship between depression and marital dissatisfaction, but only recently . Get this from a library! Marital and family processes in depression: a scientific foundation for clinical practice. [Steven R H Beach; American Psychological Association.;] -- Presents original research drawing theoretical guidance from developmental psychopathology, social psychology, personality psychology, and descriptive psychopathology as well as from clinical.

By utilizing a marital discord model of depression, therapists can tap the power of the marital relationship to promote growth and healing rather than work against the powerful forces of the marital by: Focuses on the nature and magnitude of the association between depression and marital dissatisfaction (i.e., partners' subjective evaluations of their relationship). The cross-sectional and longitudinal research on the association between depression (assessed in terms of both symptomatology and diagnostic disorder) and marital dissatisfaction is first reviewed, followed by a presentation of Cited by: Alcohol use is often part of the fabric of marriage and family life, and although it is associated with certain positive effects, excessive drinking and alcohol disorders can exert a negative effect on the marital development and on the development of children in the context of the family. This review considers evidence that alcohol influences and is influenced by marital/family processes Cited by: Alcohol use is often part of the fabric of marriage and family life, and although it is associated with certain positive effects, excessive drinking and alcohol disorders can exert a negative effect on the marital development and on the development of children in the context of the by:

Results indicated that hostile-withdrawn co-parenting mediated the relations between marital violence and children's anxiety and depression. Marital violence, co-parenting, and family-level processes also functioned independently in predicting child outcome. Findings are discussed in terms of the family dynamics present in maritally violent by: Alcohol use is often part of the fabric of marriage and family life, and although it is associated with certain positive effects, excessive drinking and alcohol disorders can exert a negative effect on the marital development and on the development of children in the context of the family. This review considers evidence that alcohol influences and is influenced by marital/family processes. Beach’s () marital discord model of depression suggests that disturbance in the marital relationship is a powerful predictor of future depression symptoms. According to this theory, marital adjustment problems are associated with partners’ handling of conflict in Cited by: Marital and Family Processes in Depression: A Scientific Foundation for Clinical Practice Edited by Steven R. H. Beach; The Prevention of Anxiety and Depression: Theory, Research, and Practice Edited by David J. A. Dozois and Keith S. Dobson.