Springer, 2018. — 250 p. — (European Family Therapy Association Series). — ISBN 3319785206.This timely update presents modern directions in systemic therapy practice with couples and families, focusing on clinical innovations from Italy, Portugal, and Spain. Top therapists discuss their breakthrough family work in treating familiar pathologies such as depression, borderline personality disorder, infidelity, and addictions, providing first-hand insight into meeting relational dysfunction with creativity and resourcefulness. The book applies novel conceptualizations and fresh techniques to complex situations including multi-problem families, involuntary clients, disability-related issues, anorexia, love and sex in aging, and family grief. From tapping into the strengths of siblingship to harnessing the therapeutic potential of the Internet, the book’s cases illustrate the rich variety of opportunities to improve client outcomes through systemic couple and family therapy. This practical guide: Demonstrates strategies for therapists to improve practice Exemplifies methods for reducing the gap between clinical theory and practice Identifies multiple dimensions of systems thinking in case formulation and therapy Offers new insights into treating classic and recent forms of psychopathology Provides a representative picture of couple and family therapy in southern Europe Clinical Interventions in Systemic Couple and Family Therapy is of particular relevance to practitioners and clinicians working within couple and family therapy, and is also of interest to other professionals working in psychotherapy and professional mental health services. Table of contents The Family Therapy of Psychosis: A Reconfirmation Process Borderline Personality Disorder Storyboard from the Systemic Family Therapist’s Perspective Systemic Couple Therapy as a Tool to Approach Depressive Disorders The Hungry Brain: A Revision of the Concept of Anorexia Nervosa and a New Direction for Systemic Therapy A Challenge to Borderline Personality Diagnosis: Investigating Post-traumatic Personality Disorders. Connecting Personality Traits to Development in Family The Importance of Being Siblings What If There Is Another Person in His/Her Life? Infidelity in Couple Therapy Love, Sexuality, and Aging: Reflections from Couple Therapy Psychotherapy and Technology: Relational Strategies and Techniques for Online Therapeutic Activity Future Strategies on the Treatment of Drug Addiction. Psychotherapeutic Work with the Families of Substance Abusers. Thoughts from Europe The Multi-problem Family Generating Multiple Problems The Multifamily Group in Severe Psychiatric Pathologies Family Therapy with Involuntary Clients. The Therapeutic Alliance as a Major Key to Therapy Success Systemic Intervention on Disabilities The Mourning Family: Diagnosis and Systemic Intervention in Dysfunctional Family Grief
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