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This paper is a chronicle of miracle narratives in family therapy. It suggests that change is a manifold and often comes unexpectedly from life, which places it outside the control of the theory and technology of family therapy. A miracle is defined not in supernatural language, so much as a...
This paper describes the development of a project dealing with the problems of offering therapy in a context of long waiting lists and high levels of child abuse and violence. The project involved the provision of an “Open Day” where clients could gain access to therapists for a “one‐off”...
Book reviewed in this article: INNOCENCE DESTROYED: A study of Child Sexual Abuse. Jean Renvoize BEYOND BLAME: Child Abuse Tragedies Revisited. Peter Reder, Sylvia Duncan, Moira Gray CARL ROGERS. Brian Thorne WOMEN AND ANGER. Edited by Sandra P. Thomas LIVING WITH IT: A Survivor's Guide to Panic...
This paper is focused on the topic of the therapeutic relationship in systemic therapy. It is structured around the discussion of my experience of work with a particular family where the engagement issues were complex, and where there was the potential for a negative therapy sequence. The...
Most practitioners trained in family therapy are employed in host agencies which are not family therapy services. In these environments an ongoing challenge is to find constructive ways to manage the contraints of the employing agency. Central to meeting this challenge is the practitioner's...
In suggesting a psychology of gender difference I am obliged to weave my way very delicately between the social constructivists and post‐modernists on the one hand, and the essentialists or maternalists and French psychoanalytic feminists on the other — keeping my head low as well to avoid being...
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