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  1. Counseling Military Families

    What Mental Health Professionals Need to Know

    By Lynn K. Hall

    According to the United States Department of Defense, by the end of 1993 there were 2,036,646 reservists and family members and 3,343,235 active duty and family members for a total of 5,379,781 people affected by the military. Since then, because of the conflict in Iraq, the numbers have...

    Published June 2nd 2008 by Routledge

  2. Triangles

    Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives

    By Peter Titelman

    Move through emotional triangles toward a natural systems view of the individual in the context of the family and society Triangles: Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives presents clear applications of Murray Bowen’s concept of the emotional triangle in the family, the organization, and...

    Published March 24th 2008 by Routledge

  3. Counseling Troubled Boys

    A Guidebook for Professionals

    Edited by Mark S. Kiselica, Matt Englar-Carlson, Arthur M. Horne

    Series: The Routledge Series on Counseling and Psychotherapy with Boys and Men

    This volume provides practitioners with clear, helpful information about the process of understanding and engaging a wide array of boys and adolescent males in counseling. It supplies case examples and covers topics including race, ethnicity, religion, and other cultural factors of boys. A...

    Published December 17th 2007 by Routledge

  4. Women's Reflections on the Complexities of Forgiveness

    Edited by Wanda Malcolm, Nancy DeCourville, Kathryn Belicki

    This book by women represents a diversity of opinions about every aspect of forgiveness, embodying a tolerance for differing perspectives. The contributors are researchers and therapists who have dedicated themselves to grappling with the controversies and conundrums associated with...

    Published October 18th 2007 by Routledge

  5. Family Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents

    By Anthony P. Jurich

    This book describes a blend of insight-oriented, behavioral, and strategic family therapy, which the author has developed over thirty-four years of dealing with suicidal adolescents. It aims not to replace other forms of therapy but to augment the therapist’s own therapeutic style. The book offers...

    Published September 18th 2007 by Routledge

  6. Family Art Therapy

    Foundations of Theory and Practice

    By Christine Kerr, Janice Hoshino, Judy Sutherland, Sharyl Thode Parashak, Linda Lea McCarley

    Series: Family Therapy and Counseling

    Family Art Therapy is designed to help the reader incorporate clinical art therapy intervention techniques into family therapy practice. Expressive modalities are often used in work with families, particularly visual art forms, and there is already considerable evidence and literature that point to...

    Published August 14th 2007 by Routledge

  7. Resilient Therapy

    Working with Children and Families

    By Angie Hart, Derek Blincow, Helen Thomas

    Whilst much has been written about the identification of resilience in children and their families, comparatively little has been written about what practitioners can do to support those children and families who need the most pressing help. Resilient Therapy explores a new therapeutic methodology...

    Published June 13th 2007 by Routledge

  8. Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

    The New Maudsley Method

    By Janet Treasure, Gráinne Smith, Anna Crane

    Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder equips carers with the skills and knowledge needed to support and encourage those suffering from an eating disorder, and to help them to break free from the traps that prevent recovery. Through a coordinated approach,...

    Published June 6th 2007 by Routledge

  9. The Silver Drawing Test and Draw a Story

    Assessing Depression, Aggression, and Cognitive Skills

    By Rawley Silver

    Art can be an invaluable means of communication. It can bypass language and impairment and allow for the expression of thoughts or feelings too difficult to communicate with words. In The Silver Drawing Test and Draw a Story, Rawley Silver draws on her years of experience using therapeutic art with...

    Published May 31st 2007 by Routledge

  10. Hope and Despair in Narrative and Family Therapy

    Adversity, Forgiveness and Reconciliation

    Edited by Carmel Flaskas, Imelda McCarthy, Jim Sheehan

    How do experiences of hope and despair impact upon our capacity to meet life's challenges in narrative and family therapy? Clients' experiences of hope and despair can be complex, reflecting individual and family histories, current patterns and dynamics, the stresses of everyday life, and the...

    Published February 28th 2007 by Routledge