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This paper reviews the development and literature on family sculpture and the variety of applications that have evolved. The author then describes his experience with family sculpture in the training of family therapists and suggests indications for its use with families. The method is presented...
The case presented is of a young man hospitalized twice for schizophrenic disorder before the commencement of family therapy. The therapy which dealt with the family system, specific pathological communication patterns and intra‐psychic conflicts, is discussed. As the parents of the young man...
Family Therapy emphasises the family as the basic unit of study and treatment for psychological problems. Family Therapists view the symptoms of an individual as predominantly meaningful within the context of his family relational system, and place emphasis on interactional processes occurring...
The training of psychiatric nurses as behavioural nurse therapists has been successfully established in the U.K. by Marks et al. However, their approach has a number of theoretical and practical limitations, such as a rigid adherence to an illness model of psychiatric disorder. This paper...
The drama of the adolescent overdose is a daily feature of many hospital casualty or accident and emergency departments. The roles of some of the actors and some of the ploys involved in this drama are discussed. Labelling the adolescent as “overdose” or “drug abuser” does little justice to the...
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