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This article introduces a practical contribution to consultancy with teams experiencing difficulties in maintaining group cohesion. Taking the position that options for change are reduced as teams feel more and more en trenched, the author outlines a way in which one particular exercise can help...
In this paper the authors first describe the theoretical background of their constructivist approach to therapy: the Kiel‐Meyn‐Consultation‐Model. They then outline their guidelines “cooperating, reflecting, making open” for interviewing, briefly describe the “meta‐dialogue” and point out some...
Family therapy is often receptive to new ideas but so far it has only engaged with the second wave of feminisms in a restrained and conditional way. In this article we map the influence of feminisms on the life of family therapy and conclude that its dominant conceptual frameworks have so far...
The metaphor of timelessness is developed to describe the paralysing “nothing will ever change” feeling that is common to chronic or longer term conditions and work with these conditions. Practical approaches that flow naturally from this description are outlined. These approaches, through...
Book reviewed in this article: FAMILY TRANSFORMATION THROUGH DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE. A Systemic Approach. Margaret Robinson. MEN'S FRIENDSHIPS. Edited by Peter M. Nardi. PARENTAL BELIEF SYSTEMS. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES FOR CHILDREN (Second Edition). Edited by Irving E. Sigel, Ann V....
This paper sets out to examine theoretically the role that “time” plays in therapy. It proceeds by investigating the appearance of “time” in the therapeutic literature: specifically, research regarding the efficacy of brief therapy and attendance of clients in therapy, psychoanalytic concepts of...
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