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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lantz, James E., 1943-2003.
Existential family therapy.
Northvale, N.J. : Aronson, ©1993
|Named Person:||Viktor E Frankl; Viktor E Frankl; Viktor Emil Frankl; Viktor E Frankl|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James E Lantz
|Notes:||"Consists of twelve revised papers ... that have been published over the past fifteen years"--Introduction.|
|Description:||xvii, 205 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||About Viktor Frankl --
Ch. 1. Family Logotherapy --
Ch. 2. The Use of Frankl's Concepts in Family Therapy --
Ch. 3. Family Logotherapy with an overweight Family --
Ch. 4. Anomic Depression and the Migrating Family --
Ch. 5. Franklian Treatment with the Traumatized Family --
Ch. 6. Resistance in Family Logotherapy --
Ch. 7. Network Intervention, Existential Depression, and the Relocated Appalachian Family --
Ch. 8. Social Skills Training in Existential Family Therapy --
Ch. 9. Existential Reflection in Marital Therapy with Vietnam Veterans --
Ch. 10. Meaning, "Nerves," and the Urban-Appalachian Family --
Ch. 11. Franklian Treatment with Vietnam Veteran Couples --
Ch. 12. Encounter or Manipulation.
Existential Family Therapy shows that the function of the therapist is to help the family bring covered and clouded meanings and potential meanings into consciousness and then to help the family make use of what has been discovered in order to enrich family life.
This family treatment framework has great potential to help the family therapist expanded his or her ability to assist the family in its search for meaning. This book presents existential concepts in a way that helps them come alive for the psychotherapist engaged in the day-to-day practice of family therapy.
Dr. Lantz presents rich clinical material on using existential family therapy with difficult-to-treat families such as Vietnam veteran families, migrating families, poor families, and urban-Appalachian families. The book is excellent reading for mental health practitioners who believe in the meaning opportunities to be found in daily family life and who wish to help families discover and actualize such meaning potentials as a primary part of the treatment process.
- Family psychotherapy.
- Existential psychotherapy.
- Frankl, Viktor E. -- (Viktor Emil), -- 1905-1997.
- Family Therapy -- methods -- Collected Works.
- Existentialism -- Collected Works.
- Frankl, Viktor Emil.
- Thérapie familiale -- Méthode.