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(This is a transcript of what I found myself saying at the end of the Adelaide Conference. It is an I‐statement trying to renounce the “I”. I was the voice for many other people's ideas, as a sort of “HAVE MOUTH, WILL DECLAIM”. Accordingly, I see this talk as spoken by Brian Stagoll, written by...
This typology of families is composed of five family systems named “Two Against the World”, “Children Come First”, “Share and Share Alike”, “Every Man for Himself”, and “Until Death Do Us Part”. Each may occur as a pure form but mixtures are common. Variables such as purity of the system, timing...
In this evaluation of therapy experience for 82 families by brief therapy at Bouverie Clinic to 1976–1977, therapists' and clients' rating of outcome were obtained.
The empirical, clinical and theoretical literature on School Refusal is reviewed.
Family therapy inaugurated a radical change in the way many emotional and psychiatric problems are understood. ‘Systems thinking’ dictated that the individual needed to be seen within a larger systemic context if his/her behaviour was to be understood and effective intervention carried out. The...
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