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An Interview with Carl Whitaker

Author: Charles William Harris; Harper & Row Media.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row ; [Hagerstown, Md. : for sale by Harper & Row Media], 1978.
Series: Audio colloquies.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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(Critical) This module is a four part interview with Dr. Carl Whitaker summarizing his experience, philosophy, and technique of family therapy. A review of Dr. Whitaker's four decades of practice precedes specific technical advice on the formulation and process of family therapy, opinions of the role of the therapist, and a discourse on current family structures, divorce, and evolution of the relationship between  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Carl Alanson Whitaker; Carl A Whitaker
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Charles William Harris; Harper & Row Media.
OCLC Number: 31665590
Notes: A Harper & Row media program.
Duration: ca. 200 min.
Each part available separately.
Recorded on both sides.
Rating: Recommended.
Review date: Feb. 1980.
Reviewer: Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Learning method: Support.
Credits: Charles Harris.
Description: 4 cassettes. 2-track. mono.
Contents: Part 1. [Background]--Part 2. Living together vs. marriage.--Part 3. Family therapy.--Part 4. Separation and divorce.
Series Title: Audio colloquies.
Responsibility: Harper & Row Media.

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(Critical) This module is a four part interview with Dr. Carl Whitaker summarizing his experience, philosophy, and technique of family therapy. A review of Dr. Whitaker's four decades of practice precedes specific technical advice on the formulation and process of family therapy, opinions of the role of the therapist, and a discourse on current family structures, divorce, and evolution of the relationship between the individual and society. A lack of focus pervades the material, and ideas which compose the rather unsystematic dialogue are frequently expressed in cliches. Intended less as an instructive tool to convey therapeutic techniques and more as exposure to the opinions and experience of a professional inthis field, the program successfully meets its objectives and, on that basis, is recommended for use.

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