We continue our conversation with Dr. Adam Fisher, discussing conflict patterns in relationships. In this episode we cover:

  • What are some of the common patterns you see with couples when they present for therapy?
  • How do you help couples understand their patterns without feeling blamed?
  • How can couples escape unhealthy patterns?

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About Geoff Steurer: I am a licensed marriage and family therapist, relationship educator, and coach with over 20 years of experience. I am the co-author of, “Love You, Hate the Porn: Healing a Relationship Damaged by Virtual Infidelity”, the host of the weekly podcast, “From Crisis to Connection”, and have produced workbooks, audio programs, and online courses helping couples and individuals heal from the impact of sexual betrayal, unwanted pornography use, partner betrayal trauma, and rebuilding broken trust. As a leader in the field, I am a frequent contributor on these subjects at national conferences, documentaries, blogs, magazines, and podcasts. I also write a weekly relationship advice column available on my blog. I founded and ran an outpatient sexual addiction and betrayal trauma recovery group program for over 14 years, co-founded and chaired a local conference to educate community members about harmful media, and founded and administered a specialized group therapy practice for over 10 years. I currently maintain a private counseling and coaching practice in beautiful Southern Utah where I live with my wife and children.

About Adam Fisher: Adam Fisher, PhD, ABPP is a licensed clinical psychologist, AASECT certified sex therapist, and board certified in couple and family psychology. Adam is an assistant clinical professor at Brigham Young University, where he teaches in counseling psychology and student development, and sees clients for individual, group, and couple therapy in the counseling center. Adam also has a private practice, focusing on sexual health and relationship concerns, and co-leads an online therapy group for people who feel out of control with their sexual behaviors.

Web: www.adamfisherphd.comInsta: @adamfisherphd

For couple therapists and marriage counselors: Regardless of your preferred approach to couple therapy, The Doherty Approach training is designed to provide some additional skills, particularly when working with these interaction patterns and boundary issues: https://thedohertyapproach.com