Editors: Fred P. Piercy, Ph.D., Katherine M. Hertlein, Ph.D., and Joseph L. Wetchler, Ph.D. Infidelity can take many forms. The focus on this book, according to its editors, is to help clients survive infidelity. Doctors Piercy, Hertlein and Wetchler brought together perspectives of a remarkable group of specialists speaking from various empirical and theoretical approaches on issues central to infidelity and identifying successful clinical strategies for addressing infidelity in the context of couples’ therapy.
Stan Tatkin, Psy. D. Wired for Love is a guide to understanding your partner’s brain and enjoying a romantic relationship built on love and trust. The book synthesizes research findings in neuroscience, attachment theory, and emotion regulation, on how and why love lasts.
Amir Levine, MD and Rachel S.F. Heller, M.A. Dr. Levine and Ms. Heller, the authors of Attached propose a scientific explanation for why some people seem to navigate relationships effortlessly, while others struggle. They suggest that an understanding of adult attachment can help find and sustain love. Attached is a practical guide for the reader who wishes to find a good relationship or improve the existing one.
Stanley Siegel, LCSW Your Brain on Sex lays out a path for uncovering one’s true self through sex. It answers questions such as why we experience “chemistry” with some individuals but not others, what our sexual fantasies mean, how we can use sex to find the most compatible life partner, what our past has to do with our sex these days and whether and when we should act out our sexual fantasies.
Ian Kerner, Ph.D. She Comes First will make all the “ill-cliterate” ones out there sing “Viva La Vulva”!! as it unveils the secret of female sexual satisfaction. The author, Ian Kerner, offers a new approach to pleasuring women an essential guide to cunnilingus.