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The process of evolution of a reflecting team in live supervision sessions is discussed. Theoretical ramifications for systemic training of systemic family therapy are explored and feedback from trainer, trainees and client families about the use of the reflecting team is presented.
The Journal invited Tom Andersen, author of major pioneering work on the reflecting team, and his colleagues, to offer comment on The Reflecting Team Process in Training. We thought such a north‐south dialogue was in keeping with the spirit of reflecting teams, and the team members in Melbourne...
Evaluation need not be a boring exercise, carried out under sufferance simply to please the demands of administration. Nor need it be so complicated that a research officer is required to undertake it. This article reports on an evaluation of therapeutic outcomes conducted by the Manly Warringah...
Those affected by a marital separation are inclined to talk about who caused the marriage to end, with blame being widely apportioned. In seeking to help clients come to terms with marital separation, the author developed a process involving the building of The Relationship Chart. The...
This paper presents a preliminary report of the results of a project investigating discourse used in research, treatment and theory in the area of family violence. An overview of the understandings of family professionals in the field is set forth. In addition, the results of the analysis of...
Luigi Boscolo, psychiatrist and analyst, is one of the original Milan Associates whose practice, teaching and writing have had such a profound effect on the field of family therapy. Co‐author of several important and innovative papers, of Paradox and Counterparadox and of Milan Systemic Family...
This paper is one of a series in which experienced therapists were invited to outline their approach to marital therapy — Editor.
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