Readings in Family Therapy : From Theory to Practice

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2009-10-21
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc
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This reader will serve as a supplemental resource for the text: Family Therapy: Models, Skills and Techniques: A Comprehensive Introduction, by Janice Matthews Rasheed, Mikal N. Rasheed, and James A. Marley. The Reader has two purposes: (1) to provide background reading material to assist the instructor in the preparation of classroom lectures and; (2) to provide additional resources beyond the scope of an introductory family therapy textbook.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Readerp. ix
The History of Family Therapy: Conceptual and Clinical Influencesp. 1
Article: Karl Tomm: His Changing Views on Family Therapy Over 35 Yearsp. 3
The Ecology of Families: A Systems-Developmental Perspectivep. 29
Article: Living Arrangements Over the Life Course: Families in the 21st Centuryp. 31
Ethnicity and Family Lifep. 39
Article: Understanding Culture and Worldview in Family Systems: Use of the Multicultural Genogramp. 41
Communications/Humanistic Family Therapyp. 61
Article: Maslow Revisited: Constructing a Road Map of Human Naturep. 63
Family-of-Origin Family Therapyp. 83
Article: Family-of-Origin Work for Counseling Trainees and Practitionersp. 85
Structural Family Therapyp. 93
Article: How Collaborative Is Structural Family Therapy?p. 95
Strategic Family Therapyp. 109
Article: For Parents Only: A Strategic Family Therapy Approach in School Counselingp. 111
Solution-Focused Family Therapyp. 119
Articles: The Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Therapy With Children in a School Settingp. 121
A Helping Hand: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Child and Adolescent Mental Healthp. 145
Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapyp. 163
Article: The Case of Molly L: Use of a Family Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Childhood Anxietyp. 165
Narrative Family Therapyp. 197
Articles: Ethics of Family Narrative Therapyp. 199
Review of Narrative Therapy: Research and Utilityp. 207
Phases of Family Therapyp. 219
Article: Basic Principles of Interventionp. 221
Families in Transition: Alternative Family Patternsp. 233
Articles: Parental Divorce and Family Functioning: Effects on Differentiation Levels of Young Adultsp. 235
Counseling Gay and Lesbian Families: Theoretical Considerationsp. 251
Family Stress, Crisis, and Trauma: Building Family Resiliencep. 259
Articles: Trauma Symptoms in Preschool-Age Children Exposed to Domestic Violencep. 261
÷ItĂs the Little Things÷: Women, Trauma, and Strategies for Healingp. 277
Family Therapy Research: Implications for the Practicing Family Therapistp. 297
Article: Marriage and Family Counseling: Ethics in Contextp. 299
About the Editorsp. 315
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