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Family Transitions: Continuity and Change Over the Life Cycle (The Guilford Family Therapy)

De (autor) Editat de Celia Jaes Falicov
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – July 1991
Despite increasing interest in the family life cycle as a framework for family therapy, relatively little has been done to elucidate the specific dimensions and processes of spontaneous and therapeutically-induced change over the family life cycle. This volume gathers original contributions of some of the most prominent family theorists, researchers, and clinicians of our time to improve our understanding of these important and hitherto neglected domains. The book opens with a comprehensive overview by the editor that outlines contributions to the family life cycle framework from family sociology, and crisis theory. This is followed by a comparative analysis of developmental thinking, explicit or implicit, in the theory and interventions of the major family therapy approaches. Then divided into four parts, Family Transitions introduces new conceptual models that integrate the temporality of the life cycle approach with systems theory.By their very nature, these models cut across therapeutic orientations and have important clinical applications.
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ISBN-13: 9780898624847
ISBN-10: 0898624843
Pagini: 476
Dimensiuni: 155 x 233 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.69 kg
Ediția: Revised
Editura: Guilford Publications
Seriile The Guilford Family Therapy , Guilford Family Therapy (Paperback)


Notă biografică

Celia Jaes Falicov, PhD, is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. She also teaches in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at the University of San Diego, has a private clinical practice, and conducts supervision groups. Dr. Falicov is the author of numerous publications on cultural perspectives in family therapy and on the process of change during family transitions, and is the editor of Family Transitions: Continuity and Change over the Life Cycle. She is the current President of the American Family Therapy Academy.

Cuprins

OVERVIEW. 1. Family Sociology and Family Therapy Contributions to Family Development: Life-span Developmental Psychology. I. CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT. 2. An Epigenetic Model of Family Processes, Wynne. 3. Adolescent Sexuality in the Family Life Spiral, Combrinck-Graham. 4. Oscillation Theory and Family Development, Breunlin. 5. Family Types, Family Stress, and Family Satisfaction: A Developmental Approach, Olson. II. PERSPECTIVES ON FAMILY DEVELOPMENT. 6. Individual Change and Family Development: Individuation as a Family Process, Shapiro. 7. The Emphasis on Cultural Identity: A Developmental Ecological Constraint, Montalvo & Gutierrez. 8. Family Identity, Ritual, and Myth: A Cultural Perspective on Family Life Cycle Transitions, Bennett, Wolin, McAvity. 9. Rethinking Assumptions about Women's Development and Family Therapy, Boss & Weiner.III. DEVELOPMENTAL DISRUPTIONS AND THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE. 10. Family Crises: Expectable and Unexpectable, Pittman. 11. Cumulative Stress, Family Transitions, and Crises, Joselevich. 12. Family Development and the Impact of Chronic Illness, Rosman. 13. Loss and the Family Life Cycle, Walsh & McGoldrick. 14. Developmental Cycles and Substance Abuse, Todd. IV. THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE IN FAMILY THERAPY PRACTICE AND CLINICAL TRAINING. 15. Family Development and Change across the Generations: An Intergenerational Perspective, Williamson & Bray. 16. Structural Family Therapy and the Family Life Cycle: A Four-Dimensional Model for Family Assessment, Fishman. 17. Systemic Family Therapy and Family Development, Wright & Watson. 18. The Presence of the Past: Continuity and Change in the Symbolic Structure of Families, Keith & Whitaker. 19. Developmental Thinking and the Family Life Cycle: Implications for Training Family Therapists, Liddle.