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This is the new, extended and improved version of “An Introduction to Family Therapy”, your reference guide containing detailed information about all important facets of family therapy: schools ...

This is the new, extended and improved version of “An Introduction to Family Therapy”, your reference guide containing detailed information about all important facets of family therapy: schools and methods, strategies used, structure and content of family therapy sessions, stages, basic techniques, influential people, history of family therapy,… Since I feel many people will benefit and appreciate being allowed to get easy access to this kind of information ordered in short, easily accessible chapters, I decided to make this compilation work available for free to everybody as a download file. A printed copy of the manual can be purchased at http://www.lulu.com

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    • This is the presentation of the new, extended and improved version of “An Introduction to FamilyTherapy”, your reference guide containing detailed information about all important facets of familytherapy: schools and methods, strategies used, structure and content of family therapy sessions, stages,basic techniques, influential people, history of family therapy,…The cover illustration is from Zirta from Mexico: www.zirta.netE-mail address: beatriz@zirta.net - betyto@gmail.com* The electronic edition of this practical family therapy manual is available as a free downloadfile at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Jaimelavie?searchTerms=family+therapy* The paperback book can be purchased at the lulu website:http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Jaimelavie?searchTerms=family+therapy
    • The manual provides extended background information about history and development of marital andfamily therapy and describes the lives and careers of the principal pioneers and leaders in the field.Ample attention is given to the most important contemporary models and schools of schools:• Brief Strategic Family Therapy• Brief Strategic Family Therapy for Adolescent Drug Abuse• Solution Focused Brief Therapy• Brief Psycho Therapy• Psycho-analytiuc Family Therapy• Strategic Family Therapy• Bowen’s Strategic Family Therapy• Salvador Minuchin’s Structural Family Therapy• Virginia Satir’s Humanistic Family Therapy• Behavioural & Conjoint Family Therapy• Milan Systemic Family Therapy or Long Brief Therapy• Response Based Family Therapy• Contextual Family Therapy• Narrative Family Therapy• Problem Centered Systems Family Therapy• Experiential Family Therapy
    • Following basic Techniques used in Family Therapy are described in detail:ACCOMMODATIONAFFECTIVE CONFRONTATIONASKING PERMISSIONBEGINNER’S MINDBOUNDARY FORMATIONADDING COGNITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS1. ADVICE AND INFORMATION2. PRAGMATIC FICTIONS3. PARADOXCOMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES1. MATCHING THE CLIENT’S LANGUAGE2. MATCHING SENSORY MODALITIES3. CHANNELING THE CLIENT’S LANGUAGE4. USE OF VERB FORMS5. GIVE CLOSE EXAMINATION TO THEIR LANGUAGE AND YOURS.COMMUNICATION SKILL-BUILDING TECHNIQUES1. REFLECTING2. REPEATING3. FAIR FIGHTING TECHNIQUES4. TAKING TURNS EXPRESSING FEELINGS5. NONJUDGMENTAL BRAINSTORMING6. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONCONCLUSIONCONFIRMATION OF A FAMILY MEMBER:DEFRAMINGDETRIANGULATIONDIAGNOSINGDIFFERENTIATION OF SELFDISEQUILIBRIUM TECHNIQUES1. REFRAMING:3. BOUNDARY MAKING4. PUNCTUATION:4. UNBALANCING:LESSONS IN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONEMOTIONAL CUT-OFFTHE EMPTY CHAIRENACTMENTFAMILY CHOREOGRAPHYFAMILY CONTRACTFAMILY COUNCIL MEETINGSFAMILY FLOOR PLAN
    • FAMILY LIFE CYCLEFAMILY PHOTOSFAMILY SCULPTINGFAMILY SYSTEM STRATEGIESTHE GENOGRAMGOAL SETTINGICEBREAKER COMPLIMENT OR POSITIVE STATEMENTIDENTIFICATIONINFORMATION-GATHERING TECHNIQUES1. THE GENOGRAM2. FAMILY PHOTOS3. FAMILY FLOORPLANINTENSITYINTERVENTION TECHNIQUES• RELATIONSHIP EXPERIMENTS.• COACHING.• I-POSITIONS.• DISPLACEMENT STORIES.• TAKING SIDE & MEDIATING.• THE EMPTY CHAIR• FAMILY COUNCIL MEETINGS• STRATEGIC ALLIANCES• PRESCRIBING INDECISION• PUTTING THE CLIENT IN CONTROL OF THE SYMPTOM• SPECIAL DAYS, MINI-VACATIONS, SPECIAL OUTINGS• PROBLEM SOLVING• FAMILY CONTRACTS• REFRAMING• PUNCTUATION• UNBALANCING• RESTRUCTURING• ENACTMENT• BOUNDARY FORMATION• WORKING WITH SPONTANEOUS INTERACTION• INTENSITY• SHAPING COMPETENCE• ADDING COGNITIVE CONSTRUCTIONSINVOLUNTARY CLIENT SHEMAJOINING1. TRACKING:2. MIMESIS:3. CONFIRMATION OF A FAMILY MEMBER:4. ACCOMODATION:
    • 5. MAINTENANCENORMALIZATIONOBSERVATIONPOSITIVE CONNOTATIONPARADOXICAL INJUNCTIONSPRAGMATIC FICTIONSPRESCRIBING INDECISIONPROBLEM TRACKINGPROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUESPROBLEM DISSOLUTIONPUNCTUATIONPUTTING CLIENT IN CONTROL OF THE SYMPTOMQUESTIONS1. THE MIRACLE QUESTION:2. FAST-FORWARDING QUESTIONS3. THE EXCEPTION QUESTION:4. STRATEGIC BASIC QUESTIONS:5. PROVOCATIVE QUESTIONS:6. SCALING QUESTIONS AND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS7. EXCEPTION SEEKING QUESTIONS8. COPING QUESTIONS9. OPEN QUESTIONS10. PROCESS QUESTIONS.11. LINEAR QUESTIONS12. CIRCULAR QUESTIONS15. PROBLEM TRACKING QUESTIONS16. CONVERSATIONAL QUESTIONS17. FRAMING QUESTIONS18. DEFRAMING QUESTIONSREFRAMINGREFRAMING PROBLEM DEFINITIONSRESTRUCTURINGSHAPING COMPETENCEUSE OF SILENCESPECIAL DAYS, MINI-VACATIONS, SPECIAL OUTINGSWORKING WITH SPONTANEOUS INTERACTIONSTRATEGIC ALLIANCESTRACKINGUNBALANCINGINTRODUCING UNCERTAINTYUTILIZATION STRATEGY
    • The structure, strategies and different stages of the Family Therapy Process are discussed.The Systemic Family Therapy Manual that is part of this introduction, provides a detailed survey oftherapy outlines, goals and checklists for initial , middle and end sessions of a systemic Family Therapy.Appendixes include samples of appointment letter, video consent, referrer letter, post assessment letter,closing letter, session notes record form and diagnostic interview outline.See for more information:http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Jaimelavie?searchTerms=family+therapy