Irreconcilable Differences: A Solution-Focused Approach to Marital Therapy
With Insoo Kim Berg

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Luna

loved seeing Insoo Kim Berg. Do you have more videos with her?

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Minami

Hi Luna, we're glad to hear that you enjoyed the video! You can view other videos featuring Insoo Kim Berg here

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Anonymous

VERY INFORMATIVE AND ENTERTAINING!!

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