By Joseph L. Wetchler, Lorna L. Hecker
Now in its moment variation, this article introduces readers to the wealthy background and perform of Marriage and relatives treatment, with 32 pros from around the US providing their wisdom of their components of workmanship. This combination of techniques and kinds supplies this article a special voice and makes it a accomplished source for graduate scholars taking their first direction in Marriage and relations treatment.
The publication is split into 3 sections:
Part 1 makes a speciality of the elements on which twenty first century family members remedy is predicated and summarizes the latest alterations made not to purely healing interventions, yet to the very suggestion of “family.”
Part 2 provides an outline of the 7 significant theoretical types of the sector: structural, strategic, Milan, social constructionist, experiential, transgenerational, and cognitive-behavioral relatives remedy. every one bankruptcy during this part
• Focuses at the founding father of the speculation, its theoretical tenants, and its key techniques
• Shows how the version makes a speciality of diversity
• Presents the examine that helps the approach
Part three addresses particular remedy components which are universal to marriage and family members therapists, equivalent to intercourse treatment, pre-marital treatment, examine, and ethics and felony issues.
As an advent to the sector of Marriage and relatives remedy, this quantity stands above the remaining. not just will readers achieve an figuring out of the wealthy background of the sphere and its strategies, yet they're going to additionally see an entire photograph of the context within which households are embedded, resembling gender, tradition, spirituality, and sexual orientation. this data is the foremost to knowing what differentiates Marriage and family members remedy from person psychotherapy. Glossaries, case stories, tables, figures, and appendices look generously in the course of the textual content to give this data and provides scholars a radical evaluate to organize them for his or her expert lives.
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Although he may be considered the first family therapist (Broderick & Schrader, 1991; Nichols & Schwartz, 1998), he did not publish his ideas for several years. And because he neither developed a clinical center nor trained any students who would go on to become well known, many of his ideas remained on the periphery of the field. Bell’s most noteworthy contribution was a book, Family Group Therapy (1961), in which he described an approach to families based on the ideas of group therapy, a form of treatment in which individuals discuss their problems in a group setting, allowing them to receive support and feedback from other group members.
In fact, the team began to interview families with a member who was diagnosed with schizophrenia only around the time of the paper’s publication. Haley candidly reflected (in Simon, 1992): When Bateson came up with the double-bind hypothesis, he had never seen a family. He developed it in 1954, and we didn’t see a family until about 1956 or 1957. We wrote the double-bind paper in June 1956; it 14 Christi R. McGeorge, et al. was published in September 1956—the fastest journal publication ever done, I think.
Group members do not have as big an investment in the other group members’ problems and are willing to help the therapist in getting members to talk about their problems. In family therapy, the therapist is confronted with an organized system in which the members have a history of assuming specific roles and following a certain culture. Rather than getting support from other family members to help a member disclose an issue, the therapist may find that all members collude to keep the issue a secret.