ABSTRACT

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

part |2 pages

Part One The PAIRS Program in Context

chapter 1|16 pages

An Overview of the PAIRS Program

ByRita DeMaria

chapter 2|22 pages

The Saga of the Development of PAIRS

ByLori H. Gordon

chapter 3|12 pages

The Voices of the PAIRS Leaders

ByBarbara Bogartz

part |2 pages

PART TWO The PAIRS Program: Through the Voices of the Leaders

chapter 4|22 pages

The PAIRS Relationship Road Map

ByRobin Temple

chapter 5|18 pages

Emotional Literacy and Healthy Relationships

ByAnn Ladd

chapter 6|20 pages

Communication and Conflict Resolution

ByJ. Thomas DeVoge and Joyce B. DeVoge

chapter 7|16 pages

PAIRS and Family Systems

ByBonnie Gordon-Rabinowitz, Marc D. Rabinowitz

chapter 8|18 pages

Bonding and Emotional Literacy

ByCarlos Durana

chapter 9|14 pages

Sensuality and Sexuality

ByDon Adams, Don Azevedo

chapter 10|8 pages

Contracting: Clarifying Expectations

ByEllen B. Purcell

chapter 11|8 pages

Spirituality and the PAIRS Program

ByTeresa Adams

chapter 12|8 pages

PAIRS Research

ByCarlos Durana

part |2 pages

PART THREE Special Populations and Adaptations

chapter 13|18 pages

Stepfamilies

ByBill and Linda Wing

chapter 14|6 pages

PEERS: Programs for Youth

BySeth Eisenberg

chapter 15|12 pages

PAIRS Short Programs

ByKelly Simpson

part |2 pages

PART FOUR Practical Realities

chapter 16|14 pages

Exploring Gender Issues in the PAIRS Program

ByElaine Braff

chapter 17|10 pages

PAIRS: Health and Well ness-Preliminary Considerations

ByChristine Hibbard, David Hibbard

chapter 18|14 pages

Ethics

By]. Thomas De Voge