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Family therapy review : contrasting contemporary models

Author: Anne Hearon Rambo; et al
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2013.
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"This unique text uses one common case to demonstrate the applications of a wide range of family therapy models. Readers will find it useful when studying for the national family therapy licensing exam, which requires that exam takers be able to apply these models to case vignettes. The authors, all of whom are practicing family therapists, apply their chosen model of family therapy to a single, hypothetical case to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Hearon Rambo; et al
ISBN: 9780415806626 0415806623 9780415806633 0415806631 9780203103197 020310319X
OCLC Number: 754732614
Description: xxix, 277 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. About the field of family therapy --
ch. 1. What is family therapy? Underlying premises / Anne Rambo and James Hibel--
ch. 2. What does it take to be a "good" family therapist? Questions of competence / AnnaLynn Schooley and Tommie V. Boyd --
ch. 3. The changing MFT profession : regulation, technology, and examination / Charles West --
ch. 4. Culture and diversity : a lifelong journey / Christine Ajayi, Martha Conzalez Marquez, and Andres Nazario --
ch. 5. Evidence and efficacy issues / Ronald J. Chenail --
ch. 6. Faith and spirituality issues / Melissa Elliott and Jacqueline Clarke --
Part II. Family therapy models --
Section A. Psychoanalytic/experiential models --
ch. 7. A brief history of psychoanalytic/experiential models / Anne Rambo, . . [et al.] --
ch. 8. A systemic practice influenced by selected psychoanalytic ideas / Carmel Flaskas --
ch. 9. Using family therapy a la Carl Whitaker / Dan Wulff --
ch. 10. Virginia Satir's growth model : therapy as intra- and interpersonal communication / Mary Hale-Haniff --
ch. 11. Practitioner's perspective : practicing psychoanalytic and experiential therapies today / Edith Huntley and Mary Hale-Haniff --
ch. 12. Compare and contrast : psychoanalytic and experiential models / Anne Rambo, . . .[et al.] --
Section B. Intergenerational models --
ch. 13. A brief history of intergenerational models / Anne Rambo, . . .[et al.] --
ch. 14. Bowen family systems therapy / Christopher Burnett --
ch. 15. Contextual family therapy / Terry D. Hargrave and Myoung Yoon Hammer --
ch. 16. Practitioner's perspective : intergenerational models and organizational consuling / Brian Rosenberg --
ch. 17. Compare and contrast : intergenerational models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
Section C. Structural and strategic models --
ch. 18. A brief history of structural/strategic models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
ch. 19. Ecosystemic family therapy / Marion Lindblad-Goldberg --
ch. 20. Strategic family therapy / James Keim --
ch. 21. Multidimensional family therapy : a science-based, developmental approach for adolescent problems / Howard A. Liddle --
ch. 22. Multisystemic family therapy / Trahern LaFavor and Jeff Randall --
ch. 23. Functional family therapy / Kim Mason, Holly Waldron, adn Michael Robbins --
ch. 24. Brief strategic family therapy / Monica Zarate, . . . [et al.] --
ch. 25. Practitioner's perspective : Fridays with Minuchin / Charmaine Borda --
ch. 26. Compare and contrast : structural/strategic models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
Section D. Brief therapy models --
ch. 27. A brief history of brief therapy / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
ch. 28. Hypnosis and brief family therapy / Douglas Flemons --
ch. 29. MRI brief therapy / Monte Bobele --
ch. 30. Solution-focused brief therapy / Lee Shilts --
ch. 31. Post-Milan systemic therapy / Paul Rhodes --
ch. 32. Practitioner's perspective : MRI brief therapy today / Wendel A. Ray --
ch. 33. Compare and contrast : brief therapy models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al] --
Section E. Narrative models --
ch. 34. A brief history of narrative models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
ch. 35. Narrative family therapy / Stephen Madigan --
ch. 36. "Just therapy" / Mathis Kennington --
ch. 37. Practitioner's perspective : narrative therapy as an essential tool in conflict and trauma resolution / Cathie J. Witty --
ch. 38. Compare and contrast : narrative models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
Section F. Collaborative models --
ch 39. A brief history of collaborative models / Anee Rambo, . .. [et al.] --
ch 40. Collaborative therapy / Sylvia London with reflection by Harlene Anderson --
ch. 41. A sea of ideas on the reflecting process : reflective techniques in community engagement : a collaborative recover model / Susan E. Swim, Angela Priest, and Tomomi Mikawa --
ch. 42. Practitioner's perspective : HGI and beyond / Sue Levin and Sylvia London --
ch. 43. Compare and contrast : collaborative approaches / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
Section G. Integrative models --
ch. 44. A brief history of integrative models / Anne Rambo, . . . [et al.] --
ch. 45. The narrative solutions approach / Maelouise Tennant --
ch. 46. Internal family systems / Richard Schwartz --
Section H. Psychoeducational family therapy --
ch. 47. A brief history of psychoeducational family therapy / Anne Rambo, . .. [et al.] --
ch. 48. Psychoeducation in family therapy / Marlene F. Watson --
Part III. Couple therapy, separately considered --
ch. 49. Couples versus family therapy : is there such a dichotomy? / Martha Gonzalez Marquez --
ch. 50. Emotionally focused couple therapy / Brent Bradley --
ch. 51. Cognitive behavioral couple therapy / Charles West --
ch. 52. Behavioral marital therapy, third wave / Charles West --
ch. 53. Gottman couples therapy / Virginia Boney --
ch. 54. Pragmatic/Experiential therapy for couples / Brent J. Atkinson --
ch. 55. Brief sex therapy / Douglas Flemons and Shelley Green --
ch. 56. Compare and contrast : specific couples therapy approaches / Anne Rambo, . .. [et al.] --
ch. 57. A final note : choosing a model or models / Anne Rambo, ... [et al.] --
Part IV. Applications --
ch. 58. Introduction / Anne Rambo, . .. [et al.] --
ch. 59. Medical family therapy : an overview / Tommie V. Boyd and Yulia Watters --
ch. 60. Family therapy in schools / Linda Metcalf --
ch. 61. Working with military families / Tyon L. Hall --
ch. 62. Family therapy and family business / Pat Cole --
ch. 63. Horses and families : bringing equine-assisted approaches to family therapy / Shelley Green --
ch. 64. Family therapy and corporate America / Jodi Aronson Proheofsky --
ch. 65. International family therapy / John K. Miller and Margarita Tarragona --
ch. 66. Family therapy and collaborative family law / Randy J. Heller.
Responsibility: edited by Anne Rambo ... [et al.].

Abstract:

"This unique text uses one common case to demonstrate the applications of a wide range of family therapy models. Readers will find it useful when studying for the national family therapy licensing exam, which requires that exam takers be able to apply these models to case vignettes. The authors, all of whom are practicing family therapists, apply their chosen model of family therapy to a single, hypothetical case to highlight what each model looks like in practice. Beginning therapists will find the exposure to new ideas about therapy useful, and will be better able to establish which approaches they want to explore in more depth. Experienced therapists and supervisors will find it useful to understand what "those other family therapists" are doing, and to meet the challenge of supervising those from different perspectives. Family Therapy Review is the practical tool therapists need to make sense of the field, and meet the varied challenges their clients present"--
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