Publications of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Marriage & Family Therapy Program Faculty.

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Submissions from 2017

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Toddlers and Technology, Stephen Fife and Elisa Young

Submissions from 2016

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Review of Building Your Ideal Private Practice, by Lynn Grodzki, Elisa Straub, Valentina Pischchanskaya-Cayanan, and Stephen Fife

Submissions from 2015

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The Technology-Focused Genogram: A Tool for Exploring Intergenerational Family Communication Patterns around Technology Use, Markie Blumer and Katherine A. Hertlein

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Towards the Development of Educational Core Competencies for Couple and Family Therapy Technology Practices, Markie L. Blumer, Katherine M. Hertlein, and Megan VandenBosch

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Common Factors as a Road Map to MFT Model Integration: Implications for Training Therapist, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda

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A Mixed Methods Content Analysis of Military Family Literature, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda and lyn Moore

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Martin Buber's Philosophy of Dialogue and Implications for Qualitative Family Research, Stephen Fife

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Is it time for a marital “tune-up”?, Stephen Fife and Sherri Kehoe

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Reducing stress during the holidays, Stephen Fife and Lauren McCoy

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Making family time a priority, Stephen Fife and Valentina Pischhanskaya-Cayanan

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Systemic Sex Therapy, Nancy Gambescia, Gerald R. Weeks, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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Affirmative therapy with LGBTQ+ families, Erika L. Grafsky and Hoa N. Nguyen

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The Couple and Family Technology Framework, Katherine A. Hertlein and Markie Blumer

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Exploring Perceptions of Acceptability of Sexting in Same-Sex, Bisexual, Heterosexual Relationships and Communities, Katherine M. Hertlein, Carly Shadid, and Sarah M. Steelman

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Contextual Factors Surrounding Extradyadic High-Risk Sexual Decision-Making in Men: A Case-Oriented Perspective, Katherine M. Hertlein and Claudia Villasante

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Conceptualizing Suicide Bereavement From an Attachment Lens, Quintin A. Hunt and Katherine M. Hertlein

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“I’m not sure I trust the system yet”: Lesbian Service Member Experiences with Mental Health Care., Sarah D. Mount, Sarah M. Steelman, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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Walking Toward the Problem: A Case Study on Connection and Culture, Hoa N. Nguyen

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The Experience of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren., Deborah Sampson and Katherine M. Hertlein

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E-mail Me, Tweet Me, Follow Me, Friend Me: Online Professional Networking Between Family Therapists, Markie L. C. Twist and Katherine M. Hertlein

Sexology for the Curious: Why Study Sexology?, Gerald R. Weeks

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Couple Therapy and Sexual Problems, Gerald R. Weeks and Nancy Gambescia

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Definition, Etiology and Treatment of Absent/Low Desire in Women, Gerald R. Weeks and Nancy Gambescia

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Systemic Treatment of erectile disorder, Gerald R. Weeks and Nancy Gambescia

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Toward a New Paradigm in Sex Therapy, Gerald R. Weeks and Nancy Gambescia

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A Clinician’s Guide to Systemic Sex Therapy, Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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Epilogue: A Personal Note on Being a Sex Therapist, Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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Sex Therapy: A Panoramic View, Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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Preface, Gerald R. Weeks, Katherine M. Hertlein, and Nancy Gambescia

Submissions from 2014

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Marriage and Family Counselors' Perceived Ethical Issues Related to Online Therapy, Katherine M. Hertlein, Markie L. C. Blumer, and Jennifer H. Mihaloliakos