Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, and Solve

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5.39 X 8.02 X 1.1 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author

Aaron T. Beck, MD, created and refined cognitive therapy over the course of his research and clinical career. He has published more than 600 scholarly articles and twenty-five books, and has developed widely used assessment scales. Beck has received many prestigious awards, including the 2006 Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award for developing cognitive therapy. In 2013, he became the first recipient of the Kennedy Community Health Award from The Kennedy Forum. Beck has been listed as one of the ten "individuals who shaped the face of American psychiatry" and one of the five most influential psychotherapists of all time. He is emeritus professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, and director of the Aaron T. Beck Psychopathology Research Center. His current research focuses on cognitive therapy for schizophrenia, cognitive therapy for suicide prevention, and dissemination of cognitive therapy into community settings.


"Beck is the anointed father of cognitive therapy . . . In Love Is Never Enough, [he] goes back to the well of distorted thoughts and says they're also the source of most relationship problems."--Philadelphia Magazine
"It's practical. It's wise. It's down to earth. It should help many marriages."--Dr. Helen Singer Kaplan
"When the complete history of medern psychiatry is written, I believe Aaron T. Beck's name will take it's place alongside the great pioneers: Freud, Kraepelin, Bleuler, and Jung. All helped to move psychological suffering from the darkness into the penumbra."--Martin E. P. Seligman, Ph.D.
"Overflowing with insights, advice and exercises which add up to the solutions that may save a failing marriage or make a good relationship better."--Dennis Wholey