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A definition of ‘engagement’ in therapy is developed, based upon the proposition “the client engages the therapist”. Engagement is then distinguished from ‘joining’, and a consideration of the relational power between client and therapist, implied by this definition, shows it to be consistent...
Book reviewed in this article: CHILD ABUSE — A COMMUNITY CONCERN. Edited by Kim Oates CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT — WHAT HAPPENS EVENTUALLY. Kim Oates, Butterworths MARITAL THERAPY IN PSYCHIATRIC PRACTICE: AN OVERVIEW. E. D. I. Linden, F. Frelick and Edward M. Waring FAMILY CARE OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: I....
This article discusses the therapy of Michael White and compares his approach with other cybernetic approaches, including structural family therapy, Haley/Madanes, MRI and the Milan approach. The White approach shares some significant commonalities with MRI and can be considered a strategic...
The case is presented of an eleven year old boy who has twice suffered the loss of his mother —first through his adoption and second through her subsequent suicide. Four years after these events he presented with a number of behavioural problems attributed to a block in his grieving process....
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