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This paper examines problems in adolescence from the perspective of a power struggle between parent(s) and teenager. The structural approach of Minuchin and the strategic approaches of Haley, Madanes, and the Mental Research Institute (M.R.I.) are considered in relation to the significance they...
Literature in family therapy training neglects to address the usefulness of individual supervision. Just as family members struggle to integrate needs for autonomy with needs for family membership, so the individual family therapy trainee has individual concerns. Psychoanalytic literature fully...
Responding to the question implicit in the title of the 1985 National Family Therapy Conference ‘Coming of Age’, the author argues that Australian family therapy still has a number of issues to face before it can be said to be a mature and independent adult. The paper focuses on three issues —...
An outsider's view of family therapy in Australia which raises the question of professional responsibility within the profession and towards the larger system.
John Weakland, Associate Director, Brief Therapy Institute, Palo Alto, graciously agreed to be interviewed on Columbus Day (a public holiday in the United States) at short notice, and despite the time constraints of his busy practice and the interviewer's being in San Francisco for only four...
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