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

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Submissions from 2018

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How Clients of Marriage and Family Therapists Make Decisions About Therapy Discontinuation and Persistence, Carissa D'Aniello, Fred P. Piercy, Megan L. Doblin-MacNab, and Susan N. Perkins

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Practical Considerations for Conducting Client-Centered Process Research, Carissa D'Aniello, Markie L. C. Twist, Erin Sullivan, and Christa Clayton

Negative Explanation in Family Systems Theory, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda, Stephen Fife, and Maria Pelczar

Negative Feedback in Family Systems Theory, Stephen Fife, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda, and Derek Holyoke

Maintenance in couple and family therapy, Stephen Fife and Mandy Squires

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Attachment to Technology: The Missing Link, Katherine M. Hertlein and Markie L. C. Twist

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Deception in Family Therapy: Recognition, Implications, and Intervention, Janna North, Carly Shadid, and Katherine M. Hertlein

Submissions from 2017

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Toddlers and Technology, Stephen Fife and Elisa Young

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Challenges of Facilitating Forgiveness in Psychotherapy, Katherine M. Hertlein and Keaton Brown

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Mechanisms behind prolonged effects of parental divorce: A phenomenological study, Sheala C. Morrison, Stephen Fife, and Katherine M. Hertlein

Ethical Couple and Family E-Therapy, Markie Twist and Katherine A. Hertlein

Submissions from 2016

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Marriage and Family Therapy Trainees' Experiences of Learning and Applying Common Factors in Therapy: A Qualitative Participatory Study with Thematic Analysis, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda, Jeanna Alvarado, Ericka Hulbert, Sarah Izaguirre, and Sean Miller

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Marriage and Family Therapy Trainees’ Experiences of Learning and Applying Common Factors in Therapy: A Qualitative Participatory Study With Thematic Analysis, Carissa Daniello-Heyda, J Alvarado, E Hulbert, S Izaguirre, and Sean Miller

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Common Factors Come Alive: Practical Strategies for Implementing Common Factors in MFT Training, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda and Susan N. Perkins

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Instrument Design and Principle Components Factor Analysis of the Productive Processes Inventory, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda and Rachel B. Tambling

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The Effect of Expectations on Intention to Persist in Therapy, Carissa A. Daniello-Heyda and Rachel B. Tambling

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Cultural Sensitivity as an MFT Common Factor, Carissa Daniello-Heyda, H N. Nguyen, and F P. Piercy

Adultery [cultural views of], Stephen Fife

Aspects of intimacy: Techniques for the couple therapist, Stephen Fife

The heart and soul of couple therapy, Stephen Fife

Transitioning from I-It to I-Thou: Breaking free of adversarial relationships between partners, Stephen Fife

Reflections on Intersecting Personal and Professional Identities, Katherine A. Hertlein

Online gaming and relational intimacy, Katherine A. Hertlein and Ryan M. Earl

Your Cyberplace or Mine?: Electronic Fantasy Dates, Katherine A. Hertlein and Stephen Fife

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Attitudes Toward Bisexuality According to Sexual Orientation and Gender, Katherine Hertlein, E E. Hartwell, and M E. Munns

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"Your cyberplace or mine?": Electronic fantasy dates, K M. Hertlein

International LGBTQ students across borders and within the college community, Hoa N. Nguyen, Ashish Agrawal, and Erika L. Grafsky

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Exploring Visible and Invisible Differences and Similarities in Couple Therapy, Hoa N Nguyen, Carissa Daniello-Heyda, and B Hayes

Painting all Muslims with a broad brush: The need for perspective, a larger frame, and a kinder heart, Hoa N. Nguyen, Saeid Kianpour, Yesim Keskin, and Fred Piercy

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Integrating Music Therapy Into Marriage and Family Therapy: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives, K Smith and Katherine Hertlein

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Unexplored identities: Attending to asexuality in therapeutic contexts, Sarah M. Steelman and Katherine M. Herlein

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

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Review: Lynn Grodzki. Building Your Ideal Private Practice. (2015). New York & London: W.W.Norton & Company, 367 pp., $34.00 (hardback), Elisa Straub, Valentina Pishchanskaya-Cayanan, and Stephen Fife

The Couple and Family Therapy Technology Framework: Guidance for Online Practice, Markie Twist and Katherine A. Hertlein

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Exploration of marriage and family therapy cyber supervision: A mixed data survey, Markie Twist, Katherine A. Hertlein, and Amna Haider

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Electronic Communication in Supervisory Relationships: A Mixed Data Survey, M L. C. Twist, Katherine Hertlein, and A Haider

Techniques for the couple therapist: Essential interventions from the experts, Gerald R. Weeks, Stephen Fife, and Colleen Peterson

A clinician's guide to systemic sex therapy, Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia, and Katherine M. Hertlein

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