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Psychodrama and Systemic Therapy

Psychodrama and Systemic Therapy

1st Edition

By Chris Farmer
December 31, 1995

It is now increasingly recognized that psychodrama provides a valid and useful tool in many different contexts; equally, practitioners in a wide variety of fields are acknowledging the benefits that a systems thinking approach can bring to their work. This book unites the two by describing the ...

Resource Focused Therapy

Resource Focused Therapy

1st Edition

By Bradford Keeney, Wendel A. Ray
December 31, 1993

For some time the family therapy field has been moving away from a problem-based approach to work with clients. Ideas such as "creating a new family story", focusing on strengths and solutions, and making contracts with family members have all shifted interest toward a new approach to therapy. The ...

Death Talk Conversations with Children and Families

Death Talk: Conversations with Children and Families

1st Edition

By Glenda Fredman
December 31, 1997

Death Talk is about the healing power of conversation. It gives numerous examples of children and their families being released from the grip of sadness, isolation, and fear by talking about their own experiences of death....

Interacting Stories Narratives, Family Beliefs and Therapy

Interacting Stories: Narratives, Family Beliefs and Therapy

1st Edition

By Rudi Dallos
December 31, 1997

This book, offering reader the opportunity to reflect on ideas in the field of systemic and family therapy, examines the cross-fertilization of ideas that can result from an integration of systemic theory, personal construct theory, and the influential work on the analysis of narratives....

Perspectives on Supervision

Perspectives on Supervision

1st Edition

Edited By David Campbell, Barry Mason
December 31, 2002

This reader-friendly and stimulating volume, indispensable to anyone interested in supervision from a systemic perspective, emerged from a conference organised jointly by the Institute of Family Therapy and the Tavistock Clinic in London. It is focused on developments within supervisions and ...

Positions and Polarities in Contemporary Systemic Practice The Legacy of David Campbell

Positions and Polarities in Contemporary Systemic Practice: The Legacy of David Campbell

1st Edition

Edited By Sara Barratt, Charlotte Burck, Ellie Kavner
January 01, 2013

This book provides a rich collection of the work that has been informed by the ideas of the eminent family therapist and clinical psychologist, Dr David Campbell who died in August 2009. Contributors are drawn from different fields and describe models they have developed for organizational ...

Staying Attached Fathers and Children in Troubled Times

Staying Attached: Fathers and Children in Troubled Times

1st Edition

By Gill Gorell Barnes
October 25, 2017

This book is about the changing social contexts for fathering in the United Kingdom since the end of the Second World War, and the social moves from patriarchal fatherhood to multiple ways of doing 'dad'. The book questions why fathers have been marginalised by therapists working with children and ...

Surviving and Thriving in Care and Beyond Personal and Professional Perspectives

Surviving and Thriving in Care and Beyond: Personal and Professional Perspectives

1st Edition

Edited By Sara Barratt, Wendy Lobatto
July 26, 2016

This is a book about children who have to grow up apart from their biological parents, the impact of this on their lives and on those who look after them, and how we can respond to the challenges this poses in order that they can grow and develop in healthy directions. It provides a systemic ...

Systemic Approaches to Training in Child Protection

Systemic Approaches to Training in Child Protection

1st Edition

By Gerrilyn Smith
December 31, 1993

This book contributes to the scientific and ideological debate on child sexual abuse and illuminates the trainer practitioner in the process by recognizing that human services training is built on the ideology and values of the sponsoring organisation, the participants, and the trainer....

Systems and Psychoanalysis Contemporary Integrations in Family Therapy

Systems and Psychoanalysis: Contemporary Integrations in Family Therapy

1st Edition

By Carmel Flaskas, David Pocock
December 31, 2009

This book demonstrates how accomplished clinicians can promote the emergence of a richness and creativity that appeals to practitioners of systemic family therapy, not least because of the immediate relevance and usefulness of the ideas. It will be useful to the field of psychotherapy....

Teaching Family Therapy

Teaching Family Therapy

1st Edition

Edited By Ros Draper, Myrna Gower, Clare Huffington
December 31, 1992

The teaching of family therapy has been the subject of serious scrutiny since the onset of training and accreditation many years ago, yet there are relatively few attempts to apply what we know about systems and the ways they change family therapy teaching as a two-way process. It is as though ...

The Dialogical Therapist Dialogue in Systemic Practice

The Dialogical Therapist: Dialogue in Systemic Practice

1st Edition

By Paolo Bertrando
December 31, 2007

In this book, the author describes the dialogic therapist as someone whose therapy is guided by the use of systemic hypotheses, helping the readers understand how the ideas and techniques can take their place among the vast array of ideas in the systemic field....

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