An Integrative Problem-Solving Approach to Family Therapy
- Youth Violence Intervention: A Parent-Physician Partnership Strategy. Borowsky, Iris Wagman // Pediatrics for Parents;2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p10
The article presents a study at the University of Minnesota, Minnesota on the effectiveness of parent-physician interventions in the prevention of youth violence. Home-visitation programs, parent training programs, and marriage and family therapy are among the family-level interventions which...
- THE PRACTITIONER'S CHALLENGE: THE FAMILY SYSTEM AND HEARING LOSS. Clymer, Evalyn C. // Family Therapy: The Journal of the California Graduate School of;1993, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p217
This article reviews the profound effect of hearing loss on family functioning. Critical related issues are offered, including a review of what constitutes a hearing loss, the causes, classification, and misconceptions related to hearing impairment. Special emphasis is placed on the way hearing...
- Family Education and Family Therapy: Tools for Relational Change. // Estudios Sobre Educacion;2004, Issue 6, p9
No abstract available.
- JOINING WITH ALL MEMBERS OF A FAMILY SYSTEM: THE RHETORIC OF ANTILOGIC IN FAMILY THERAPY DIALOGUE. Bertram, Dale E. // Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal;Dec96, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p523
Family therapists face a significant rhetorical challenge in working with families that disagree about the problematic life-situation which brought them to therapy. Therapists must find a way to join with disagreeing family members and then find a way to engage in a therapeutically useful...
- AMELIORATING DEVELOPMENTAL PARADOX BY APPLYING PREVIEWING TO FAMILY THERAPY. Trad, Paul V. // Family Therapy: The Journal of the California Graduate School of;1993, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p175
The tendency of developmental change to enhance intimacy while promoting autonomy is a primary paradox encountered by families. When developmental change is perceived to be threatening, families may adopt patterns of interaction which increase intimacy by stifling the advance of maturational...
- Family therapy applied to school-related problems. Bobele, Monte // Guidance & Counseling;Jan90, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p6
Studies the application of family therapy principles to school-related problems. Challenges posed to personnel; Involvement of school age children; Signs for recognizing family-related problems.
- Dealing with legal requests for information: An illustration. Alves, James; Lupton, Chester // Psychotherapy Letter;Mar94, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p6
Presents a family therapy case to illustrate important issues involved when a psychotherapist faces legal request for information about one of his patients. Family problems identified by the therapist; Approach used by the therapist in responding to legal request for information.
- Damaged, deficient or determined? Deconstructing... Soal, Judith; Kottler, Amanda // South African Journal of Psychology;Sep96, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p123
Presents a study which challenges the prevailing understanding of family problems within the field of family therapy. Theory that the problems experienced by families are not internal to the `family unit'; Discourse analytic approach used to explore the dominant narratives of a colored South...
- Which clients will drop out of family therapy? // Psychotherapy Letter;Jan96, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p7
Reports that a study shows that marriage and family therapy clients who do not experience any change between their appointment and session are likely to drop out of the sessions. Other findings.