The Couple and Family Therapists' Notebook: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Marital and Family Therapy
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BeschreibungContinuing Haworth's therapist's notebook series, The Couple and Family Therapists' Notebook provides clinicians with a wide range of practical field-tested therapy activities solidly grounded to each intervention's theoretical underpinning. Respected experts clearly detail creative interventions and then follow with insightful clinical vignettes to illustrate under what specific circumstances each particular approach is effective. This dynamic resource provides you with quick and easy reproducible handouts and homework activities for your clients. For more information on other books in the therapist's notebook series, go to www.HaworthPress.com.
InhaltsverzeichnisSection I: Interventions for Couples Cheng, Buckman, The Aesthetics of Communication. Murphy, Needful Things: Fostering Communication in Couples. Brimhall, Gardner,Altering the Abyss: Externalizing Negative Interaction Cycles. Shapiro,Money Talks. Jameyfield, Elias, How Does Your Garden Grow? Williams, Negotiating Couple Boundaries: The Metaphor of Gardens. Winek, Craven, The Coming-Clean Ritual. Thomas, Creating Rituals for Couples Coping with Early Pregnancy Loss. Section II: Interventions for Families. Williams, Cushing, The Four Cs of Parenting. Palmanteer, Identifying Family Rules. Hertlein, "Jump, Jump, King Me": The Systemic Kvebaek Technique. Harris, Wilson, Jackson, Beginning Body Dialogue: An Introduction to Physical Acting Techniques in Family Counseling. Sias, Lambie, Communicating with Children: Feelings Game. Miranda, Black, Name Your True Colors: A Card Game for Engaging Families in Problem-Solving Processes. Hertlein, Royal Flush. Viers, Put on a Happy Face. Hertlein, Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick. Viers, Family Stress Balls. Hertlein, Up, Up, and Away in My Beautiful Balloon. Dust, Drawing the Family System. McWey, Family Drawings with Abused Children: Allowing Room for Expression. Ellis, McClellan, Chicken Little Reconstructed: Trauma Resiliency. Hertlein, Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow: The Good-Bye Book. Hertlein, Hope, The Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword: Writing to Combat Adolescent Silence in Family Therapy. Lambie, Sias, Communicating with Teens: Movie Exchange. Haslam, The "Puppet Reflecting Team" Technique. Lee, "Eyes on the Prize": Incorporating Cultural Knowledge into Goal Development for the African-American Family with a Child with Serious Emotional Disturbance. Forisha, Wright, Tucker, Toward a Culturally and Spiritually Consonant Treatment of Native Hawaiians: An Integration of Family Therapy and Ho'oponopono. Section III: Interventions Including Larger Systems. Zhang, Christiansen, The Healing Journey: Celebrating the Past and Envisioning the Future. Williamson, If You Work with Families, Get to School! Family-Based School Interventions. Vorkoper, Meade, Loss of a Client to Suicide: Suggestions for Before and After a Client Suicide.
Pressestimmen"The strength of this book lies in the professional format, consisting of an objective, rationale, intructions, clinical vignette, contraindications, and resources for both clients and therapists, for each chapter. The bibliotherapy lists alone will be helpful when clients request books to read." - Wendy Loker in Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, Vol. 5, No.4.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HAWORTH PR INC
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2005
Seitenanzahl: 238 Seiten