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Psychology of Relationships - TEST ONLY

THIS IS FOR THE TEST ONLY. You can purchase the e-book from Cedar Fort (see link below). Irritating the Ones You Love, the book for this course, explores how “unconscious” reasons control so much of our choices and behavior in relationships—the hidden reasons we are drawn to particular partners, and how, unknowingly, the past affects our reactions in present situations. This book provides tools to help readers uncover the hidden influences on them so that they can choose partners for the “right” reasons, grow as human beings, stop making the same mistakes when issues arise with their partner, and make their relationships more intimate and happy.
$30.00

** HOMESTUDY TEST ONLY. NO BOOK**
** CLICK HERE to purchase the e-book from CedarFort.com. ** 

Learning Objectives 

  1. Identify common issues that are building blocks of personality and where they originate.
  2. Compare and contrast the role of “conscious” and “unconscious” factors in behavior.
  3. Describe why some people establish and stay in harmful or “dysfunctional” relationships.
  4. Discuss tools patients can use to identify and modify ineffective patterns of behavior in their relationships.
Products specifications
Instructor J. Auerbach, Psy.D.
Contact Hours: 4
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