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Book reviewed in this article: CULTURAL RESISTANCE: Challenging beliefs about Men, Women and Therapy. Edited by Kathy Weingarten. CONSTRUCTING THE SELF, CONSTRUCTING AMERICA: A Cultural History of Psychotherapy. Philip Cushman. CUCKOO FOREVER MORE. Leonard K. Szymczak.
In this analysis particular emphasis is given to the question of blame in meaningful relationships, such as those occurring within families and between practitioners and their clients. The authors suggest there is a potential in these contexts for the subjective experience of being blamed to...
The Chief Justice, Family Court of Australia, explores the changing and challenged concept of family’ and the range of critical external pressures which impinge on families and inhibit their functioning. He then considers Family Court responses to issues of partner and child abuse, and recent...
This paper sets out to examine the relationship between ‘the inner’, ‘the outer’, and ‘the issue of pathology’ in the family therapy field. It begins with the observations that ‘pathology’ has become a rarely mentioned issue in family therapy, and ‘what is wrong’ is increasingly located in ‘the...
Judith Herman (1992, page 183) delineates a three stage model of recovery from trauma: 1) Safety, 2) Remembrance and Mourning, 3) Reconnection. She criticises current treatment methods for their failure to make a difference in the “constrictive symptoms of numbing and social withdrawal … and...
Doug Breunlin is Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The Family Institute, Chicago and an Associate Professor at Northwestern University. He was formerly the Director of the Family Systems Program at the Institute for Juvenile Research in Chicago, and he is Associate Editor of the...
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