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HARVILLE HENDRIX, PH.D.
 
TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
 
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
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VIDEO: Making the Case for the Emotional Man

Pat Love Explains Why We Need to Rethink the "Empathy Gap"

Pat Love • 5/2/2016

Have you ever wondered if some men in your practice are simply unable to listen, connect, and empathize with their partners? According to Pat Love, it’s more likely that our definition of empathy is just too narrow.

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The Chemistry Behind Couples Therapy

Pat Love Explains the Science of Effective Sex Therapy

Pat Love • 12/30/2014

Our culture speaks of "falling" in love. Other societies have compared infatuation to divine revelation, and to psychosis. We often say, in jest, that this experience of hurricane-force passion is "like a drug." But that oft-quipped analogy may turn out to be no joke. Some scientists now believe that the frenzied euphoria of romantic love may well be a bona fide, altered state of consciousness, primarily brought on by the action of phenylethylamine (PEA), a naturally occurring, amphetamine-like neurotransmitter. And if our desire problems are at least partly innate, then maybe we don't need to feel quite so ashamed and despairing about the muddle we're in.

Daily Blog

Helping Couples in Therapy Understand Desire

What Is This Thing Called Love?

Pat Love • 10/14/2014

The provocative core of new research is this: each of us approaches our erotic encounters already primed by a premixed neurochemical and hormonal "cocktail" that influences both the strength and staying power of sexual passion. Having delved into this new biological evidence and observed its impact in my own couples therapy practice, I’m convinced that as long as our clients remain unaware of these bodily processes, they’re at high risk for making disastrous decisions about their intimate commitments.

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What is This Thing Called Love?

The Answers Are Being Discovered in the Laboratory

Pat Love • 9/17/2014

The provocative core of the new research is this: Each of us approaches our erotic encounters already primed by a premixed neurochemical and hormonal "cocktail" that influences both the strength and staying power of sexual passion. Having delved into this new biological evidence and observed its impact in my own couples therapy practice, I am convinced that as long as our clients remain unaware of these bodily processes, they are at high risk for making disastrous decisions about their intimate commitments.

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3/21/2014
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DON MEICHENBAUM, PH.D.
 
BESSEL A VAN DER KOLK, M.D.
 
JANINA FISHER, PH.D.
 
HARVILLE HENDRIX, PH.D.
 
TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
PETER A. LEVINE, PH.D.
 
DAVID GRAND, PH.D.
 
MARY JO BARRETT, MSW
 
JOHN BRIERE, PH.D.
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
 
MARLENE BEST, PH.D.
 
BARBARA FREDRICKSON, PH.D.
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Authors:
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TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
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What is This Thing Called Love?

The Answers Are Being Discovered in the Laboratory

Pat Love • 3/2/1999

If the idea that desire is orchestrated by our body chemistry hasn't yet found its way into the clinical conversation, it may be because the evidence is still largely buried in scientific journals, primarily from the emerging fields of behavioral endocrinology and psychophysiology.

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Copyright:
10/4/2016
Authors:
HARVILLE HENDRIX, PH.D.
 
TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
 
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
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Copyright:
3/21/2014
Authors:
DANIEL J SIEGEL, M.D.
 
DON MEICHENBAUM, PH.D.
 
BESSEL A VAN DER KOLK, M.D.
 
JANINA FISHER, PH.D.
 
HARVILLE HENDRIX, PH.D.
 
TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
PETER A. LEVINE, PH.D.
 
DAVID GRAND, PH.D.
 
MARY JO BARRETT, MSW
 
JOHN BRIERE, PH.D.
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
 
MARLENE BEST, PH.D.
 
BARBARA FREDRICKSON, PH.D.
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Copyright:
3/21/2014
Authors:
HARVILLE HENDRIX, PH.D.
 
TERRENCE REAL, LICSW
 
PAT LOVE, ED.D.
 
HELEN LAKELLY HUNT, PH.D.
 
DAVID SCHNARCH, PH.D.
Product:
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VIDEO: Making the Case for the Emotional Man

Pat Love Explains Why We Need to Rethink the "Empathy Gap"

Pat Love • 5/2/2016

Have you ever wondered if some men in your practice are simply unable to listen, connect, and empathize with their partners? According to Pat Love, it’s more likely that our definition of empathy is just too narrow.

Daily Blog

The Chemistry Behind Couples Therapy

Pat Love Explains the Science of Effective Sex Therapy

Pat Love • 12/30/2014

Our culture speaks of "falling" in love. Other societies have compared infatuation to divine revelation, and to psychosis. We often say, in jest, that this experience of hurricane-force passion is "like a drug." But that oft-quipped analogy may turn out to be no joke. Some scientists now believe that the frenzied euphoria of romantic love may well be a bona fide, altered state of consciousness, primarily brought on by the action of phenylethylamine (PEA), a naturally occurring, amphetamine-like neurotransmitter. And if our desire problems are at least partly innate, then maybe we don't need to feel quite so ashamed and despairing about the muddle we're in.

Daily Blog

Helping Couples in Therapy Understand Desire

What Is This Thing Called Love?

Pat Love • 10/14/2014

The provocative core of new research is this: each of us approaches our erotic encounters already primed by a premixed neurochemical and hormonal "cocktail" that influences both the strength and staying power of sexual passion. Having delved into this new biological evidence and observed its impact in my own couples therapy practice, I’m convinced that as long as our clients remain unaware of these bodily processes, they’re at high risk for making disastrous decisions about their intimate commitments.

Daily Blog

What is This Thing Called Love?

The Answers Are Being Discovered in the Laboratory

Pat Love • 9/17/2014

The provocative core of the new research is this: Each of us approaches our erotic encounters already primed by a premixed neurochemical and hormonal "cocktail" that influences both the strength and staying power of sexual passion. Having delved into this new biological evidence and observed its impact in my own couples therapy practice, I am convinced that as long as our clients remain unaware of these bodily processes, they are at high risk for making disastrous decisions about their intimate commitments.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1 (4 Items)

What is This Thing Called Love?

The Answers Are Being Discovered in the Laboratory

Pat Love • 3/2/1999

If the idea that desire is orchestrated by our body chemistry hasn't yet found its way into the clinical conversation, it may be because the evidence is still largely buried in scientific journals, primarily from the emerging fields of behavioral endocrinology and psychophysiology.

Magazine Article
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Distinguished professor, Certified Love Educator, Pat Love is known for warmth, humor and commitment to learning. For more than twenty-five years, she has contributed to relationship education and personal development through her books, articles, training programs, speaking and media appearances. Dr. Love has published several professional articles, been featured in many professional books and developed relationships education media and materials being used nationally and internationally. Her ever-popular books Hot Monogamy and The Truth About Love have literally taken her around the world spreading the good news about marriage and committed relationships. She released her new book in February 2007, co-authored with Dr. Steven Stosny, and entitled How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It.

Pat is in demand as an expert presenter at national and international conferences. She has appeared numerous times on Oprah, The Today Show and CNN. Pat also has a new university level Love Education DVD course Love: What Everyone Needs to Know. She is a regular contributor to popular magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Magazine and Woman’s World. Pat has co-hosted two video training programs: Living Love and Parenting with the Experts. She is faculty Emeritus, Imago Institute for Relationship Therapy and a recipient of the Smart Marriages Impact Award. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, an Approved Supervisor in AAMFT, and a past president of the International Association for Marriage and Family Counseling.