Books & Resources

Books & Resources

BOOKS
good-divorce-book-sm The Good Divorce: Keeping Your Family Together
When Your Marriage Comes Apart

The good divorce? Impossible? …
In this provocative groundbreaking and authoritative book, internationally acclaimed social scientist and family therapist Constance Ahrons defines the good divorce and shows how couples can achieve one.   Read more…
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still-family-book-sm We’re Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Say
About Their Parents’ Divorce

What is the real legacy of divorce? Constance Ahrons, Ph.D., author of the highly praised The Good Divorce, decided to find out by expanding her landmark study to include in-depth interviews with 173 grown children whose divorcing parents she had interviewed twenty years earlier. What she has learned is both heartening and significant. Read more…
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divorced-families Divorced Families: Meeting the Challenge
of Divorce and Remarriage

Drs. Ahrons and Rodgers describe some of the expectable difficulties for couples at different life-cycle stages — those with young children, childless couples, and midlife and aging couples — and offers guidance for making the most of the transition from separation to remarriage.
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DVD COURSE
“Making Divorce Work: A Clinical Approach to the Binuclear Family”

In this compelling video, renowned therapist Constance Ahrons demonstrates her groundbreaking approach to working with divorced families, with an emphasis on helping ex-spouses and new spouses effectively manage their shared parenting obligations. In a time when fifty percent of American marriages end in divorce, therapists frequently encounter families struggling with the aftermath.

This video depicts a series of productive and poignant therapy sessions with an entire binuclear family: the divorced mother and father, their two sons, and the new wife of the children’s father. Dr. Ahrons aptly demonstrates how, over time, she brings these reluctant family members together to begin forging a more agreeable, cooperative approach to parenting.

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FREE RESOURCES
Click on the title link to view the pdf version of the following resources.

For a complete historical listing of Constance Ahrons’ publications see her Curriculum Vitae