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Casebook for integrating family therapy : an ecosystemic approach

Author: Susan H McDaniel; Don-David Lusterman; Carol L Philpot
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2001.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Cas, Études de
Case Reports
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan H McDaniel; Don-David Lusterman; Carol L Philpot
ISBN: 1557987491 9781557987495
OCLC Number: 45102935
Description: xvi, 412 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Introduction to integrative ecosystemic family therapy --
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 --
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 --
Taking sides: a white intern encounters an African American family --
Using contradition: 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 --
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 --
"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 --
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 --
Integrative supervision: a metaframeworks perspective --
Using the multisystems model with an African American family: cross-racial therapy and supervision.
Responsibility: edited by Susan H. McDaniel, Don-David Lusterman, Carol L. Philpot.

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