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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
M. Robert Gomberg Memorial Conference (1960 : New York, N.Y.).
Exploring the base for family therapy, papers.
New York, Family Service Association of America 
|Named Person:||M Robert Gomberg|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nathan W Ackerman
|Description:||159 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||The biosocial unity of the family / Weston LaBarre --
The concept of the family casework therapy / Sanford N. Sherman --
A review of psychiatric developments in family diagnosis and therapy / Don D. Jackson and Virginia Satir --
A dynamic frame for the clinical approach to family conflict / Nathan W. Ackerman --
A casework approach to disturbed families / Celia Mitchell --
Trends toward preventive practice in family service / Frances L. Beatman --
The study of intrafamilial alignments and splits in exploratory family therapy / Lyman C. Wynne --
The bioscial integration of behavior in the schizophrenic family / Gregory Bateson --
The need for an epidemiology of psychiatric disorders of the family / Iago Galdston --
The challenge of research in family diagnosis and therapy. Summary of panel discussion / Majorie L. Behrens --
Formal research in family structure / Gregory Bateson --
Boundaries of the family as an empirical and theoretical unit / Hope J. Leichter --
Analysis of family conflict / Henry L. Lennard --
Interpresonal competence and preventive mental health / Leonard S. Cottrell Jr.
|Responsibility:||Edited by Nathan W. Ackerman, Frances L. Beatman [and] Sanford N. Sherman.|