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This paper looks at the issue of errors made in therapy which compromise the therapist's leverage and jeopardize the therapy's continuity. A case where such errors were made is outlined and theoretical points arising from the case are discussed and considered in the light of dealing with error....
This paper urges family therapists to consider wider systems, including socio‐economic and political contexts, when making assessments and effecting interventions. The importance and validity of ethnic differences are stressed.
The age of Australian family therapy would place it as an adolescent rather than as one who has ‘come of age’. Using the metaphor of the life stage of adolescence, an assessment is made of cognitive and personal development, separation and autonomy, and peer relationships. It is suggested that...
This paper attempts to examine some of the broader system constraints to family therapy's ‘Coming of Age’ and to relate these constraints to more personal issues that arise for the presenter as a recently qualified family therapist. These issues and constraints are clustered around the question...
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