Narrative & Strategic Therapies

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  1. Book ImageBread & Spirit: Therapy with the New Poor: Diversity of Race, Culture, and Values

    Harry J. Aponte

    "This is not another how-to book, although it is practical and applied. Instead, it is a book that addresses the tough situations and quandries facing therapists working with clients who differ from them in culture, ethnicity, lifestyle, or beliefs." --Contemporary PsychologyMore

  2. Book ImageRehearsals for Growth: Theater Improvisation for Psychotherapists

    Daniel J. Wiener

    Reference for psychotherapists on the applications of improvisational theater to psychotherapy for groups, couples, family, and individuals.More

  3. Book ImageFrom Conflict to Resolution: Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment of Distressed Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Susan M. Heitler

    "Heitler has established herself as a leader in what is evolving as an extraordinary, valuable integration of systems perspectives, cognitive and behavioral methodologies, and traditional views of personality and therapy."--Psychotherapy in Private PracticeMore

  4. Book ImageThe Language of Change: Elements of Therapeutic Communication

    Paul Watzlawick

    In this groundbreaking book, a world authority on human communication and communication therapy points out a basic contradiction in the way therapists use language.More

  5. Book ImageThe Situation Is Hopeless But Not Serious

    Paul Watzlawick

    Calling upon metaphors, vignettes, jokes, innuendos, and certain other "right-hemispheric" language games, Paul Watzlawick shows how we can (and do) make everyday life miserable.
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  6. Book ImageConversations on Therapy: Popular Problems and Uncommon Solutions

    David R. Grove, Jay Haley

    Imagine being able to consult with Jay Haley about difficult therapy cases.More

  7. Book ImageThe Reflecting Team: Dialogues and Dialogues About the Dialogues

    Tom Andersen

    What happens when the barriers between therapists and clients are removed, when they all participate in a dialogue about change, and when therapists and clients even trade places? As Lynn Hoffman says in her forward to this remarkable book, it "dramatically alters a family's position in relation to the professionals they have come to see." In the process, it changes the roles, rules, and expectations of therapy.More

  8. Book ImageNarrative Means to Therapeutic Ends

    Michael White, David Epston

    Use of letter-writing in family therapy.More

  9. Book ImageLanguage Structure and Change: Frameworks of Meaning in Psychotherapy

    Jay S. Efran, Michael D. Lukens, Robert J. Lukens

    This work on psychotherapeutic dialogue aims to demonstrate how a client-therapist collaborative psychotherapeutic dialogue can help people to disentangle themselves from convoluted conversations and stereotyped usages that keep their lives from developing and to generate new meanings.More

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