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Working with Couples: Avoiding the Traps | Jonathan Blair, Ph.D.
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern
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Working with couples can be complicated. However, many therapists unknowingly make couples work much more complicated than it needs to be. While understanding the major theories is essential to engaging in effective couples work, where therapists struggle the most is not knowing how to identify and navigate common couples therapy traps. Working with Couples: Avoiding the Traps will help you get unstuck in your work with couples by helping you identify, avoid, and successfully navigate some of the most common couples therapy traps that frustrate couples and therapists alike.

Dr. Jonathan Blair is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in couples therapy. He received his doctorate from Clark University in Worcester, MA, and currently lives and practices in East Lansing, MI. In addition to his direct clinical work, Dr. Blair is passionate about educating both couples and providers on how to build and maintain healthy relationships, as well as how to repair relationships that have been damaged. He is Senior Staff Psychologist at the Mary A. Rackham Institute and adjunct faculty in the  Michigan State University Psychology Department where he provides clinical supervision and training to psychology and social work interns and fellows. He also regularly provides consultation and training in couples therapy to several large group practices throughout the state. Dr. Blair's mission is to help couples be better, together.


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