Casebook for Integrating Family Therapy An Ecosystemic Approach

ISBN-10: 1557987491
ISBN-13: 9781557987495
Edition: 2001
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Book details

List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 2/15/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 412
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.432
Language: English

Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Introduction to Integrative Ecosystemic Family Therapy
Couples
Conducting Integrative Therapy Over Time: A Case Example of Open-Ended Therapy
The Tapestry of Couple Therapy: Interweaving Theory, Assessment, and Intervention
The Therapist in the Crucible: Early Developments in a New Paradigm of Sexual and Marital Therapy
When Roads Diverge: A Case Study With a Gay Male Couple
"Our Company Is Downsizing": Couple and Individual Therapy for Work-Related and Systems Issues
Opportunities for Clarity, Understanding, and Choice: The Practice of Divorce Mediation
Families in Transition
A Baby, Maybe: Crossing the Parenthood Threshold
Dreams Now and then: Conversations About a Family's Struggles From a Collaborative Language Systems Approach
Therapy With Stepfamilies: A Developmental Systems Approach
Widening the Lens: Engaging a Family in Transition
The Case of the "Expendable" Elder: Family Therapy With an Older Depressed Man
Culture, Religion, Social Class, and Ethnicity
Taking Sides: A White Intern Encounters an African American Family
Using Contradiction: Family Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse
The Misfit: A Deaf Adolescent Struggles for Meaning
Grief and Cultural Transition: A Journey Out of Despair
Religious and Cultural Issues in Ecosystemic Therapy: A Therapist in the Flow
Steps Toward a Culture and Migration Dialogue: Developing a Framework for Therapy With Immigrant Families
Gender
Integrating Gender and Family Systems Theories: The "Both/And" Approach to Treating a Postmodern Couple
Someday My Prince Will Come
Developing Gender Awareness: When Therapist Growth Promotes Family Growth
Rediscovery of Belovedness
Families Coping with Physical Illness
"We're at the Breaking Point": Family Distress and Competence in Serious Childhood Illness
A Sneaky Teenager With Diabetes in Context: Stretching Minuchin's Psychosomatic Model
Her Right Foot: Pain, Integration, and the Biopsychosocial Model
Honoring the Integration of Mind and Body: A Patient With Chronic Pain
Differentiation Before Death: Medical Family Therapy for a Woman With End-Stage Crohn's Disease and Her Son
HIV/AIDS, Families, and the Wider Caregiving System
Families Coping with Serious Mental Illness
From Three Languages to One: Integrating Individual, Family, and Biological Perspectives in the Treatment of Affective Disorders
Integrating Psychiatric Illness Into Healthy Family Functioning: The Family Psychoeducational Treatment of a Patient With Bipolar Disorder
The Consequences of Caring: Mutual Healing of Family and Therapists Following a Suicide
Supervision
Integrative Supervision: A Metaframeworks Perspective
Using the Multisystems Model With An African American Family: Cross-Racial Therapy and Supervision
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Editors

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