Title of Work
Attachment-focused narrative interventions used with religious couples of the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) dealing with the effects of infidelity is discussed in this article. With religious couples, the couple attachment bond is commonly harmed after infidelity. The attachment bond with God can also be affected with one or both partners. Partners who once felt close and connected with God can feel angry and distant because of infidelity. Since the Abrahamic faiths are narrative-based religions, and an attachment bond with God is essential, attachment-focused narrative interventions can help couples re-story their relationship with each other and with God. Attachment-based narrative interventions are also illustrated using case-examples to help practitioners collaborate with religious couples to co-author new narratives and journey toward empowered futures.
Karris, Mark M.A., M.Div. and Arger, Katarena
"Religious Couples Re-Storying After Infidelity: Using Narrative Therapy Interventions with a Focus on Attachment,"
Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review: Vol. 2
, Article 5.
Available at: https://epublications.regis.edu/cftsr/vol2/iss1/5