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An integration of theories of family process under a recently formulated unified theory is proposed. Research was conducted testing hypothesized interrelationships between two models subsumed under the unified theory: Satir's model of defended communication and Kantor and Lehr's psychopolitical...
A follow‐up study of 83 families treated by family therapy at a child guidance clinic was conducted and the relation of client/therapist interaction to (i) drop out from therapy and (ii) improvement was examined.
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This article describes the structure of a Three Day Residential Workshop for experienced therapists. We were concerned that workshops for family therapists often failed to provide a sense of continuity and movement from one interview to the next. We also felt that workshops, through their...
The concept of marital homeostasis is introduced to help explain the persistence of psychological disability in many married people. The symptoms of the designated patient are seen as often having a protective effect on the psychological adjustment of the ostensibly healthy marriage partner....
Termination is a neglected area in family therapy. This paper examines termination from the point of view of non‐specific, strategic and psycho‐dynamic approaches. Completion of the therapy contract; completion of individual meetings; unsatisfactory progress; and symptom removal are considered...
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