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In May 1985, Brian Cade attended the 10th Anniversary Congress of the Family Therapy Department of the University of Heidelberg. The Congress attracted a huge audience and was a fitting tribute to a decade of creative research and development. At the end of the Congress, Brian was able to...
A framework for conducting transcultural therapy with families is considered. This emphasises the importance of developing cultural sensitivity, competence, and the role of cultural consultants. The paper then applies this framework to Aboriginal families. The author explores the indigenous...
Book reviewed in this article: FAMILY FORMATION AND ETHNICITY: Siew‐Ean Khoo THE SIBLING BOND: Stephen P. Bank and Michael D. Kahn APPLICATIONS OF SYSTEMIC FAMILY THERAPY — The Milan Approach. Edited by David Campbell and Rosalind Draper. HUNGER STRIKE: The Anorectic's Struggle as a Metaphor for...
An individual practitioner's development as a family therapist occurs in the context of the family therapy movement, most manifestly present in its literature and in seminars and workshops offered by its leading exponents. The process by which the therapist interacts with the broader field and...
In this recent address to the Victorian Association of Family Therapists, the author discusses some of the changes in her personal and family life, since learning that she had an inoperable, malignant brain tumour. These changes have helped her clarify key aspects of her work with families and...
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