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Childhood stealing is a distressing problem for families and may have wider community costs since childhood stealers often become adult criminals: This paper describes a therapeutic ‘map’ that emphasises direct engagement of the child, along with his/her family, in regrading the child from...
In the case that follows, the film The Karate Kid was used to help an eleven year old boy and his family distinguish between aggression and assertion and learn about the related issues of discipline, obedience, control and balance. The film provided a therapeutic metaphor which bypassed the...
The present review concerned outcome research in brief child‐oriented family therapy. Eleven investigations in the categories of descriptive reports and single group studies were critically reviewed. Although most investigators claimed that brief family therapy was effective these claims must be...
The marriage and family therapist needs basic information about techniques used in sex therapy in order to deal with the sexual issues they may encounter in their practice. This paper outlines a method of incorporating the psychotherapeutic techniques presently used in sex therapy into the...
Israel Charny, Associate Professor of Psychology at the Bob Shapell School of Social Work of Tel Aviv University, Director of two university‐affiliated family therapy programmes, and Director of the Institute of Holocaust & Genocide in Jerusalem, visited Australia in August 1988 and presented a...
In counselling couples therapists frequently observe a pattern of interaction in which one person wants greater intimacy and closeness, whereas the other wants increased distance. This paper examines the distancer‐pursuer pattern and its relationship to the triangulation of children,...
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