Is the cost of counseling just not something you can afford right now? Or do you prefer to do some “self help” on your own before reaching out to a counselor? The Therapy Store suggests books that you can purchase at a low cost that can help you improve your life and relationships, all from the comfort of your own home.
Passion, Sex & Intimacy: Keep the fires of passion burning
Too many couples end up settling for a passionless, emotionally distant relationship. But you and your partner don’t have to settle. Discover the tools needed to help you ramp up your sex life, deepen intimacy and maintain a passionate relationship over the long haul. Dr. Nicastro’s Sex, Passion and Intimacy e-workbook is your easy-to-use blueprint to recapturing and protecting this vital part of your relationship.
Cost: $19.95 By Dr. Nicastro
The Marriage Refresher Course Workbook for Couples provides an opportunity for you and your spouse to benefit from learning the basics of strong, connected marriages – which you can implement together no matter how long you’ve already been married!The Marriage Refresher Course Workbook for Couples provides an opportunity for you and your spouse to benefit from learning the basics of strong, connected marriages – which you can implement together! Cost: $20.00 By Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT
The Premarital Counseling Workbook for Couples provides a framework for you to strengthen your relationship foundation prior to marriage. Its’ interactive format with exercises, worksheets and a space for couples journaling makes it a great keepsake for you and your fiance – to remind you of what you worked on in preparation for your marriage.
By Lisa Bookes Kift, MFT
This is my favorite book to recommend to my clients that are doing relationship counseling. Hold Me Tight goes hand and hand with how I work and the approach of therapy I use in my counseling office. If you have started couples counseling with me (or plan on it), get ahead and purchase the book. It has 7 conversations for couples, with activities and excercises.
By Dr. Susan Johnson