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Applying Family Systems Theory to Mediation : a Practitioner's Guide.

Author: Wayne F Regina
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Pub. Group, 2011.
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The field of mediation currently lacks a unifying theoretical foundation. This book attempts to remedy that by presenting one such comprehensive theoretical model. Family systems theory is based on the work of Murray Bowen, who was among the initial proponents of family therapy. Bowen family systems theory describes human relationships and human functioning using a systemic lens that conceptualizes human behavior  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Regina, Wayne F.
Applying Family Systems Theory to Mediation : A Practitioner's Guide.
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne F Regina
ISBN: 9780761855750 0761855750
OCLC Number: 761645185
Description: 1 online resource (271 pages)
Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Bowen Family Systems Theory; Chapter 1: Why Bowen Family Systems Theory?; Chapter 2: Understanding Bowen Family Systems Theory; Part II: Mediation Process and Technique Using Bowen Theory; Chapter 3: Applying Bowen Theory to the Six-Stage Model of Mediation; Chapter 4: Common Errors and How Bowen Theory Can Minimize Them; Chapter 5: Emotional Maturity and the Mediator; Chapter 6: Emotional Triangles, Triangulation, and De-Triangulation in Mediation; Chapter 7: Empowering Disputants and Managing Conflict. Chapter 8: Diversity Issues and Bowen Theory in MediationChapter 9: Domestic Mediations, Emotional Maturity, and Reciprocal Relationships; Chapter 10: Bowen Theory and Marital Conciliation; Part III: A New Model of Mediation Training; Chapter 11: Training and Supervising Mediators Using Bowen Theory; Chapter 12: Concluding Thoughts; References.

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The field of mediation currently lacks a unifying theoretical foundation. This book attempts to remedy that by presenting one such comprehensive theoretical model. Family systems theory is based on the work of Murray Bowen, who was among the initial proponents of family therapy. Bowen family systems theory describes human relationships and human functioning using a systemic lens that conceptualizes human behavior through an intricate web of emotional processes. As a practicing mediator, teacher, and academic, Regina offers a systemic understanding of successful mediation, meditation techniques.

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