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  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Blackwell PublishingHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridgehttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6427.2012.00591.x, 2012)
    In an illustrative clinical case study, congruence is depicted as the fifth circuit in a relational framework to extricate gambler and spouse from pathological gambling and its after-effects. Congruence couple therapy poses ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (SciTechnolHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2012)
    An editorial that promotes research on therapy and rehabilitation for behavioral addictions. Addiction has become a worldwide problem, spreading beyond drugs and alcohol to encompass behaviors such as eating, gambling and ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Moore, Madison (SciTechnolHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
    Sex addiction has been a topic of debate. With the new DSM-V (2013) category of Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders that now includes gambling disorder, other excessive behaviors including sex are poised to capture ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
    In their article ‘‘Applying the codependency concept to significant others of problem gamblers: Words of caution’’, Calderwood and Rajesparam critique the codependency concept and highlight its problems when applied to ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Shi, Yanjun; Gaelzer, Jessica; Awosoga, Olu A.; Christensen, Darren R. (University of LethbridgeEducationUniversity of Lethbridge, 2017)
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Wolters KluwerHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2020)
    This article explicates the analogous principles and concepts between traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and congruence couple therapy (CCT). Although originating out of vastly different times and places, TCM and CCT share ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Northey, Korie-Lyn (Health SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeGrande Prairie and Area Outpatient and Prevention Services Office, 2020)
    Family engagement is a priority in addiction and mental health services, although compelling concepts and processes to involve families remain inadequate. Couple therapy is ostensibly missing in the menu of services ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Gilbert, Robert; Knighton, Rebecca (SpringerHealth SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeDalhousie UniversityColorado Department of Educationhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10591-020-09536-8, 2020)
    Couple and family relationships are central in processes of substance use and gambling disorders, yet they remain inadequately researched and marginally addressed in services found in the health system. Multiple barriers ...