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Introduction to Systemic and Family Therapy

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 216
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Basic Texts in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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22 January 2013

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07 December 2012

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Ideas drawn from family and systemic therapy form the basis of many interventions in mental health and childcare. This brief introduction offers an ideal starting-point for non specialists and new students keen to develop...

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Ideas drawn from family and systemic therapy form the basis of many interventions in mental health and childcare. This brief introduction offers an ideal starting-point for non specialists and new students keen to develop their skills. Taking a step-by-step experiential approach, it explores key concepts in vivid practice context.

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Written by leading figure in family therapy


Written with an emphasis on experiential learning encouraging reader to draw on own experience and learn from it, rather than providing a dry theoretical account

Draws on existential and other ideas, such as mindfulness, which offer clear connections to other therapeutic models opening up likelihood of adoption on integrative trainings

Introduction
Using the Genogram and Convening the Family
A Family Systemic Session Observed
Essential Ideas in Systemic Thought and Practice
The Family Crucible and the Origins of Family Therapy
Key Interactions in the Family Crucible
The Search for Wellbeing: the Ethical Dimension of Systemic Thought
The Phenomenological Perspective and Method
Dialogue Analysis: Scripts and Subscripts
Change and the Therapeutic Art of Narrative

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JOHN HILLS is Vice Chair of the Association for Family Therapy and British correspondent of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. Previously he has been Editor of the Association for Family Therapy Newsletter (1986-1988) and Founding and General Editor of Context, the news magazine of family therapy in Britain. He has been teaching and supervising in the field of systemic and family therapy for well over twenty years and regularly presents at Association for Family Therapy conferences.

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JOHN HILLS is Vice Chair of the Association for Family Therapy and British correspondent of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. Previously he has been Editor of the Association for Family Therapy Newsletter (1986-1988) and Founding and General Editor of Context, the news magazine of family therapy in Britain. He has been teaching and supervising in the field of systemic and family therapy for well over twenty years and regularly presents at Association for Family Therapy conferences.

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