Clinical Dialogues in Family Therapy Howard Denofsky

ISBN: 9781413717594

Published: May 29th 2004


174 pages


Clinical Dialogues in Family Therapy  by  Howard Denofsky

Clinical Dialogues in Family Therapy by Howard Denofsky
May 29th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 174 pages | ISBN: 9781413717594 | 3.60 Mb

This captivating and personally written book is primarily an experiential look at a model of family therapy (Symbolic-Experiential Family Therapy), based on the work of Carl Whitaker, M.D. and David Keith, M.D. This effort pulls together over ten years of supervision with David Keith, M.D. The book offers the reader unique opportunities to wrestle with the challenges inherent in the lives of the troubled families as well as in the role of the struggling clinician. There are fifty scenarios, which are presented as chapter headings. These highly descriptive headings capture the essence of the clinical discussions, while maintaining the readeras interest and intrigue.

The issues presented are very familiar to therapists in the field of family therapy. The format of the book is highly engaging and looks at very complex issues in a thoughtful manner with a sense of humour and imagination.

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