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This is a clinically‐oriented paper which seeks to describe the integration of narrative and cognitive‐behavioural approaches in working with children and adolescents. It is suggested that a CBT model can be augmented by typical narrative manoeuvres. For example, it is often helpful to relieve...
Book reviewed in this article: Your Social Baby: Understanding Babies' Communication from Birth Lynne Murray and Liz Andrews, edited by Sue Parish, designed by Clive Dorman Birth and Beyond: Pregnancy, Birth, Your Baby and Family — The Definitive Guide; Yehudi Gordon The Socially Constructed...
Moshe Talmon, author of Single Session Therapy and Single Session Solutions, spoke to Lil Cox, family therapist from Oakrise Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service at Launceston, when she caught up with him at the Inaugural Pan‐Pacific Family Therapy Conference in Melbourne, Australia in...
The author traces the development of the Milan approach from the beginning, through the split into two teams in 1980, and subsequent developments in theory and application. He identifies possible unrecognised or undeclared influences of Milan in other family therapy approaches.
Here follow some excerpts from the debate which took place on the website www.anzjft.com. Julie Burgess‐Manning kindly deputised as Moderator in place of Maria Nichterlein. Eds.
What is it like to differentiate from a country, a culture? Is it even possible? This paper describes my struggle to differentiate from Israel. I share both the emotional and intellectual dimensions of my journey. The emotional plane is illustrated with a journal entry, and the intellectual...
Although hypothesising has been strongly criticised by postmodern and narrative theorists, it plays a major role in any therapy. This article aims to investigate the hypothesising process, first revisiting the concept of hypothesis in semiotics and Schön's theory of the professions, then...
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