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Working with Relationship Triangles The One-Two-Three of Psychotherapy

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ISBN-10: 1606239171

ISBN-13: 9781606239179

Edition: 1996

Authors: Philip J. Guerin, Thomas F. Fogarty, Leo F. Fay, Judith Gilbert Kautto

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List price: $75.99
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 5/19/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 251
Size: 6.02" wide x 8.98" long x 0.59" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

Relationship Triangles: Evolution of the Concept
A Historical Perspective
The Relevance of Triangles in Clinical Context
Three Types of Triangles
The Clinical Centrality of Triangles
Addressing Triangles in Therapy
What a Triangle is Not
The Structure of Relationship Triangles
How to See a Triangle
Dissecting a Triangle's Structure
Emotional Process within Triangular Structure
Seeing Relationship Process
Process Questions
Emotional Process and Triangles
The Interaction of Structure, Process, and Function
The Relationship of Structure and Process
Mechanisms of Triangle Activation
Figuring Out Function
Introducing Triangles in Individual Therapy
Using Triangles in Individual Therapy
Placing Individuals' Symptoms in Context
Indications for Work with Triangles in Individual Therapy
Coaching and Direct Intervention with Triangles in Individual Therapy
Cases that Present with Relationship Problems
Cases with Developmental Problems
Cases of Refractory Anxiety or Depression
The Therapy Triangle
Extra familial Triangles in Marital Conflict
The Extramarital Affair Triangle
Social Network Triangles
Occupational Triangles
Marital Triangles within the Family
Primacy of Attachment and Hierarchy of Influence
Displacement of Conflict
In-Law Triangles
The Primary Parental Triangle of Each Spouse
Triangles with the Children
Child and Adolescent Triangles
School-Related Triangles
Social Network Triangles
Symptomatic Child Triangles
Symptomatic Child and Adolescent Triangles within the Family
The Target Child
The Parent and Sibling Triangle
The Sibling Subsystem Triangle
The Three-Generational Triangle
Stepfamily Triangles
Conclusion: Becoming a "Triangle Doctor"
The Pervasiveness of Triangles in Relationships and in Therapy
Methods of Management of Relationship Triangles
Summary and Conclusion