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There are an estimated 100,000 refugees in Australia from around the world. A review of the literature gives an overview of how their problems may be conceptualised; possibilities for therapeutic interventions are explored. A pilot group program in Victoria called “Standing Tall” is described.
Three thirteen year old boys presented with overlapping symptoms in the area of obsessionality, fears and compulsive behaviour. Therapy took the form of individual work with each boy, regular consultations with the mothers (and occasional consultations with fathers) and theoretically eclectic...
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELLING IN RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS. Ruth Sturmey. A BRIEF GUIDE TO BRIEF THERAPY. Brian Cade & William Hudson O'Hanlon. WORDS WERE ORIGINALLY MAGIC. Steve de Shazer. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND CONTRIBUTIONS TO FAMILY THERAPY. Michael Durrant.
In many situations it is clearly important to value difference and foster mutual acceptance. Yet in other circumstances it is very likely that the policy of ‘valuing difference’ can translate into a rationalisation for ethical and political indifference: “Who am I to judge? Everything is equally...
This commentary addresses one of the issues raised by Moshe Lang's Silence: Therapy with Holocaust Survivors and their Families, namely the paucity of a psychotherapy literature about holocaust survivors and their families. Possible reasons for this phenomenon are discussed, with an emphasis on...
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