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Ronald Mah, M.A., Ph.D.
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  • Anderson, S. R. and Miller, R. B.  The Effectiveness of Therapy with Couples Reporting a History of Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Exploratory Study.  Contemporary Family Therapy. 28:353-366, 2006.
  • Bartle-Haring, S., Glebova, T., and Meyer, K.  Premature Termination in Marriage and Family Therapy within a Bowenian Perspective.  The American Journal of Family Therapy, 35:53–68, 2007.
  • Betchen, S. J. and Ross, J. L.  Male pursuers and female distancers in couples therapy.  Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2000.
  • Dattilio, F. M.  Restructuring Schemata From Family of Origin in Couple Therapy.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, Volume 20, Number 4 • 2006.
  • Davis, J. L., Petretic-Jackson, P. A., and Ting, L.  Intimacy Dysfunction and Trauma Symptomatology: Long-Term Correlates of Different Types of Child Abuse.  Journal of Traumatic Stress, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2001.
  • Erzar, T. and Erzar, K. K.  'If I commit to you, I betray my parents': some negative consequences of the intergenerational cycle of insecure attachment for young adult romantic relationships.  Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Vol. 23, No. 1, 25–35, February 2008.
  • Essortment.com.  Alcoholism in the family.  www.essortment.com.  Retrieved September 21, 2010, from http://www.essortment.com/all/alcoholismin_rery.htm.
  • Farmer, C. and Geller, M.  The Integration of Psychodrama With Bowen's Theories in Couples Therapy.  Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Summer 2005.
  • Gardner, B.C., Busby, D. M., and Brimhall, A. S.  Putting Emotional Reactivity in its Place? Exploring Family-of-origin Influences on Emotional Reactivity, Conflict, and Satisfaction in Premarital Couples.  Contemporary Family Therapy, 29:113–127, 2007.
  • Haws, W. A. and Mallinckrodt, B. Separation-Individuation from Family of Origin and Marital Adjustment of Recently Married Couples.  America Journal of Family Therapy, 26:293-306, 1998.
  • Hoang, Le.  'I Thought We Came for Therapy!': Autobiography Sessions in Couple Work.  ANZJFT, Volume 26, Number 2, pp. 65-72, 2005.
  • Jenkins, H.  Inside out, or outside in: meeting with couples.  Journal of Family Therapy, 28: 113–135, 2006.
  • Larson, J. H., Peterson, D. J., Heath, V. A., and Birch, P.  The Relationship Between Perceived Dysfunctional Family-of-Origin Rules and Intimacy in Young Adult Dating Relationships.  Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 26:161–175, 2000.
  • Skowron, E. A.  Differentiation of Self, Personal Adjustment, Problem Solving, and Ethnic Group Belonging Among Persons of Color.  Journal of Counseling & Development, Volume 82, Fall 2004.
  • Topham, G. L., Larson, J. H., and Holman, T. B.  Family-of-Origin Predictors of Hostile Conflict in Early Marriage.  Contemporary Family Therapy, 27(1), March 2005.
  • Wamboldt, F. S.  Co-constructing a Marriage: Analysis of Young Couples' Relationship Narrative.  Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development; Vol. 64 Issue 2, 1999.
  • Wampler, K., Shi, L., Nelson, B. S., and Kimball, T. G.  The Adult Attachment Interview and Observed Couple Interaction: Implications for an Intergenerational Perspective on Couple Therapy.  Family Process, Vol. 42, 2003.
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