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This paper is based on a thesis completed for the degree of Master of Psychological Medicine at Monash University, Melbourne. The aim was to determine if an instrument could be used to determine changes in family dynamics quantitatively and objectively during the course of family therapy. A...
On a recent tour of the United States, Graham Martin spent a privileged, information‐packed, two and a half days at Butler Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island, in a programme carefully organised by Dr Duane Bishop. During that visit Dr Epstein agreed to the following interview.
There is emerging substantial evidence that sibling relationships exert a powerful facilitating influence on the development of children. Siblings can provide mutual support and nurturance, role models and family structure. Children from divorcing families have to deal with a major restructuring...
Family separation is increasingly being dealt with by counsellors trained in the skills of mediation, along with skills of counselling and therapy. Other professionals also offer mediation services. In New Zealand, special provisions exist in the Family Court system to minimise the trauma for...
C. G. Jung, founder of Analytical Psychology, has had a major influence on 20th century thinking and on psychotherapists in particular. Gregory Bateson's ideas have similarly found a wide and influential application, but family therapists in particular have made use of his concepts to begin the...
The adolescent's experience of divorce needs to be understood within a developmental and systemic framework. Problematic or symptomatic behaviour in teenagers from separated families often reflects on the family's difficulty in managing the transition to a new and different family organisation....
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