Irreverence: A Strategy for Therapists' Survival (The Systemic Thinking and Practice Series)

Irreverence: A Strategy for Therapists' Survival (The Systemic Thinking and Practice Series)

By: Gianfranco Cecchin (editor), Gerry Lane (editor), Wendel A. Ray (editor)Paperback

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Irreverence: A strategy for Therapists' Survival marks the end result of a collaboration between the creative and highly respected therapists and writers in the family therapy field. It continues the tradition of the Milan group and later systemic thinkers to examine the way a therapist's own thinking can block the process of therapy and lead to feeling stuck. The authors define and demonstrate the use of a concept in the therapeutic field: Irreverence, which allows therapists to free themselves from the limitations of their own theoretical schools of thought and the familiar hypotheses they apply to their client families. They illustrate their ideas with some very challenging family therapy cases, such as violence and incest, and include an interesting consultation with the staff caring for a hospitalized patient. The book also extends the notion of irreverence beyond therapy to the fields of training and research where its application is both fresh and profound.

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About Author

Gianfranco Cecchin (August 22 1932 - February 2 2004) was an Italian psychiatrist and psychotherapist, and founder - along with Mara Palazzoli , Luigi Boscolo and Giuliana Prata - of the movement of systemic family therapy known today as the "Milan Approach".

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/01/1993
  • ISBN13: 9781855750319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 96
  • ID: 9781855750319
  • weight: 249
  • ISBN10: 1855750317

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