Systematic Training in the Skills of Virginia Satir
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Description: This unique and practical text/workbook helps readers understand how Satir's concepts can be applied to the art of doing therapy. The author explains Satir's approach in a systematic way, demonstrating specific skills that can be used in therapy with individuals, couples, and families. Readers will find a conceptual framework for Satir's groundbreaking work, which emphasizes a description of the many skills she used, and training exercises to facilitate greater familiarity with these skills. Timely and practical, this book meets the needs of today's helping professional by addressing the human element, which is increasingly at risk in the era of managed care.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $87.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publication date: 6/16/1997
Size: 6.42" wide x 9.21" long x 0.16" tall
Sharon Loeschen has been a practicing social worker for twenty-six years and has trained and taught hundreds of students and interns in social work and counseling. She occasionally leads classes at the California State University at Long Beach.
|Satir the Person|
|Satir's Conceptual Framework. Satir's Therapeutic Process. Introduction to the Format of This Text|
|The Beginning Phase|
|The Beginning Phase Continued|
|The Middle Phase|
|The Middle Phase Continued|
|The End Phase|
|Satir's Therapeutic Process Illustrated|
|Selected Family Therapy Outcomes: Bowen, Haley, and Satir|
|Family Making: A Multifamily Therapy Research Project|
|Effects of the Satir Model on African-American Family Caregivers|
|Answers To Practice Assignments|