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Robert Taibbi, LCSW, has over 34 years of experience primarily in community mental health as a clinician, supervisor, and clinical director. He is the author of Clinical Supervision: A Four-Stage Process of Growth and Discovery, several book chapters, and over 150 journal and magazine articles. He has served as teen advice columnist for Current Health and as a contributing editor to Your Health and Fitness, and has received two national writing awards for Best Consumer Health Writing from the National Health Information Resource Center. Mr. Taibbi provides trainings nationally in family therapy, treatment of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, and clinical supervision. He is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Table of Contents
|Family Therapy: Welcome to Oz||p. 1|
|Of Theory, Philosophy, and Courage||p. 7|
|Family Therapy: The Basics||p. 16|
|The Basic Seven||p. 26|
|In the Beginning: Great Expectations||p. 47|
|Great Beginnings II||p. 63|
|The Middle Stage: Are We There Yet?||p. 85|
|Endings: Enough Already?||p. 102|
|Billy's Got a Problem: Kids in the Family||p. 116|
|Billy: The Story Continues||p. 139|
|"See How She Treats Me!": The Parent-Adolescent Struggle||p. 157|
|The Parent-Adolescent Struggle II||p. 183|
|Getting to the Core: Couple Work in Family Therapy||p. 205|
|Couple Repair||p. 225|
|The Power of One: Individual Work in a Family Context||p. 237|
|Staying Sane: Survival Tips for Therapists||p. 251|
|The Lessons of Therapy||p. 265|
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