Charles Hershkowitz

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3 Patterns of Recovery after Infidelity – Esther Perel

Three patterns of Recovery after Infidelity excerpted from Esther Perel, “After the Storm”, in Psychotherapy Networker (U.S.), Sept-Oct. 2010 Helping couples using Couple Therapy to recover from the immediate crisis that occurs when infidelity is discovered, is essential – but what happens to them after they leave therapy? All marriages are alike to the degree that confronting an affair [...]

Men’s instinct to Protect in the Couple by S. Stozny

How to motivate men to change in their couple relationships : The primary motivation keeping men invested in loving relationships is different from what keeps women invested. The glue that keeps men (and males in social animal groups) bonded is the INSTINCT TO PROTECT. If men can’t feel successful at protecting, they cannot fully love. Failure [...]

La vraie aventure de vie par Chr. SINGER

Extrait de “Eloge du mariage, de l’engagement et autres folies” de Christiane SINGER "Dans chaque vraie rencontre, l’inespéré a lieu. Dans chaque amour, je réinstaure l’intégrité…de ce qui jusqu’alors n’avait pas existé. Je sauve le monde de l’inanité. La vraie aventure de vie, le défi clair et haut n’est pas de fuir l’engagement mais de l’oser. [...]

HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSONS (HSP) : latest research on Sensory Processing Sensitivity, summarized by Elaine N. ARON – developer of the HSP concept in psychology

[ARON's first book, "The Highly Sensitive Person", was a bestseller in the U.S. in the early 1990's. Since then, a very interesting alternative school of psychotherapeutic thought and practice has developed around her.] Actually, there is so much more research being done, especially in Europe, that I can barely keep up, so I have selected [...]

Memory Reconsolidation – Bruce Ecker’s Coherence Therapy

source: Bruce Ecker et al, “Unlocking the emotional brain”, in Psychotherapy Networker (U.S.), July-August 2013 A very promising discovery for psychotherapy: how the brain can unlock old emotional learnings and replace them by new ones. Until recently, brain researchers believed that the main problem in overcoming old conditioning was that the brain lacked any mechanism [...]