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A supervisory format used over a four year period for two isolated family therapists is discussed. After an initial face to face meeting, in‐person supervision took place quarterly. Between these meetings, supervision was by a combination of audiotapes and letters. Supervisees recorded their...
Recipes often evolve over time and can become enshrined by chefs. I have set out my recipe on marital therapy reflecting the collected cooking wisdom of generations. My instructions and information will enable a therapist as chef to create special dishes for a variety of occasions.
Book reviewed in this article: CHILDREN AND FAMILY PROBLEMS: BOOKS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. Compiled by Nadia Wheatley CHILDREN AND FAMILY PROBLEMS: BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. Compiled by Nadia Wheatley OTTO LEARNS ABOUT HIS MEDICINE: A STORY ABOUT MEDICATION FOR HYPERACTIVE CHILDREN. Matthew Galvin...
The emotional interaction of therapist and family has been difficult to explore within the field of systemic family therapy. This paper looks at ways of thinking about this process. As a starting point, I take some feelings I had with three families in the course of therapy. These are used to...
Compared with married men, married women are nearly twice as likely to suffer from psychiatric disorder, although they have only half the annual mortality rate until about age 75, and their life expectancy is nearly 7 years greater. It is argued that sex‐role stereotyping contributes...
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