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A recent case of severe school phobia treated by the author and a colleague is discussed. Systemic assessment indicated high resistance to change. Our initial paradoxical strategy utilising a “therapeutic triangle” is outlined, designed to bind the family into arguing in favour of change. With...
Australia has a large non‐English speaking industrial work force, with a significant incidence of chronic invalidism following work accidents. Health Services are relatively ineffective in preventing this and often only seem to amplify the problem. The destructive interactions that occur between...
This paper offers the results and a discussion of a follow‐up study of closed family cases after ten months of operation of a new family therapy agency. The sample consisted of 75 families, all of whom received a mailed questionnaire asking their opinions as to the effectiveness of the therapy...
From a large urban centre in Australia a population of fifty families were selected for interview. Of these, twenty‐six families were divided into two groups — high‐stress and low‐stress. When compared on twenty‐eight variables, the following were found to be associated with the high‐stress...
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