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A model of live supervision is developed that asserts that when live supervision is ineffective in producing change in the trainee's behaviour and consequently in the family's problem behaviour, this can be the result of the formation of a pathological triangle in the therapeutic system,...
The Family Court in New Zealand has become the crucible for the mixing of legal and mental health professionals. Low key workshops convened by family therapists for multidisciplinary groups have made successful use of family therapy models and expertise to provide a base for the conciliation and...
This paper describes the application of the M.R.I.'s brief therapy model in a new clinic in California. It discusses certain aspects of the model that are particularly important to the clinic's work and presents statistics for the early months of operation. Three case descriptions are offered as...
This paper reports in detail on the fourth session of family therapy which began after both mother and 14‐year old daughter attempted suicide. The transcript demonstrates how the family in some ways stays the same while at the same time responding to therapy by some changes. Considerable...
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