A review of the place of the therapeutic relationship within systemic approaches to therapy is provided. This serves to contextualize the findings of a research study that subjects therapy sessions to a discursive analysis. The purpose of the analysis is to learn more about the therapeutic relationship through an examination Jeffrey K. Coleman Ed. Burnham, Family Therapy: First Steps It is hypothesized that recollections of an individual's parental behaviour towards them is associated with their view of their current family functioning.
This hypothesis was tested for using data provided by men and women drawn at age 50 from the Newcastle Thousand Families Study. Relationships between Older people are becoming an increasingly significant group as demographic and cultural change impacts on their roles within the family and society. In this article we consider how family therapy and systemic practice with older people has developed over the past ten years from the early foundations identified by Richardson Research has found that the attribution dimensions of source, globality, stability, intent and voluntariness are related to marital distress and conflict behaviours.
This paper argues that the This study is concerned with the commonalities inherent in diverse psychotherapeutic strategies, despite seemingly discontinuous theoretical stances. Two approaches were evaluated with respect to effective family functioning, viz. Analytical Psychology and Systems Theory.
Analytical Psychology posits the growth of conscious The role of relatives' expressed emotion EE in mediating the efficacy of family interventions has been studied in randomized controlled trials RCTs involving people with schizophrenia and depression. This paper looks at the historical context for the marginalization of ethical discourse and suggests that the In this paper a systemic orientation is proposed which formulates theories and practices in relation to the social construction of women's inequality and poverty.
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The crucial roles of attachment in family therapy This paper's aim is to enable family therapists from whatever approach to address family attachments during their work. The empirical and theoretical base of family therapy and multiple family day therapy for adolescent anorexia nervosa There is growing empirical evidence that family therapy is an effective treatment for anorexia nervosa, particularly in adolescence. Containment curiosity and consultation an exploration of theory and process in individual systemic psychotherapy with an adult survivor of trauma Abstract This paper describes an individual therapy from the author's private practice.
Couplebased interventions for psychopathology Relationship functioning and psychopathology are strongly associated with one another.
Book Reviews Books reviewed: E. Multiple family therapy for adolescents with anorexia nervosa a pilot study of eating disorder symptoms and interpersonal functioning The study examined the effect of multiple family therapy on eating disorder symptoms and interpersonal functioning in adolescents with anorexia nervosa AN.
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The Reflecting Team approach convergent results of two exploratory studies This paper presents results of two exploratory investigations concerning the effectiveness of the Reflecting Team RT approach, conducted in Vienna and in Gottingen. Children in family therapy The distinctive skills of child psychotherapy can be utilized in the development of a form of conjoint family therapy especially applicable to the field of child psychiatry. Rating expressed emotion from initial family therapy sessions a pilot study A small pilot study is described in which an attempt was made to rate expressed emotion EE from an initial family interview.
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Introducing research methods and reflexivity into family therapy training Research training does not always sit easily with family therapy trainees due to the perceived difficulty of the terrain and the mismatch between the primacy given to research and their developing expertise in the clinical work. When it all goes wrong challenge to mother blame forging connections between mother and daughter This article outlines our clinical development as therapists working with mothers and daughters showing a high level of psychological distress and searching for a way to remain connected.
Drugs hopes and dreams appreciative inquiry with marginalized young people using drugs and alcohol Drugs and alcohol misuse in young people is a major public health problem with substantial levels of morbidity and mortality. How is the therapeutic relationship talked into being A review of the place of the therapeutic relationship within systemic approaches to therapy is provided.
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Recollections of parental style and perceptions of current family functioning at age 50 It is hypothesized that recollections of an individual's parental behaviour towards them is associated with their view of their current family functioning. Family therapy and systemic practice with older people where are we now Older people are becoming an increasingly significant group as demographic and cultural change impacts on their roles within the family and society.
Effective functioning in dualcareer families an investigation This study is concerned with the commonalities inherent in diverse psychotherapeutic strategies, despite seemingly discontinuous theoretical stances. Modes of action of family interventions in depression and schizophrenia the same or different The role of relatives' expressed emotion EE in mediating the efficacy of family interventions has been studied in randomized controlled trials RCTs involving people with schizophrenia and depression. Fifth Province reversings the social construction of women lone parents inequality and poverty In this paper a systemic orientation is proposed which formulates theories and practices in relation to the social construction of women's inequality and poverty.
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