Readings in Family Therapy: From Theory to Practice

Readings in Family Therapy: From Theory to Practice

By: Mikal N. Rasheed (editor), James A. Marley (editor), Janice M. Rasheed (editor)Paperback

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This reader will serve as a supplemental resource for the text: Family Therapy: Models, Skills and Techniques: A Comprehensive Introduction, and the Instructors Manual. The Reader has two purposes: - to provide background reading material to assist the instructor in the preparation of class room lectures and - to provide additional resources beyond the scope of an introductory family therapy textbook

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Janice Matthews Rasheed is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work. She received her Masters degree in social work from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and a Doctorate degree in social welfare from Columbia University. She was the co-principal investigator for a multiyear research grant funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for the study of poor, non-custodial African American fathers. She has published articles in the Journal of Community Practice, Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Journal of African American Men and the Journal of Evaluation and Program Planning. She is also the author of several chapters in books on the subjects of African American men and families. She is the coauthor of two Sage publications, Social Work Practice with African American Men: the invisible presence (1999) and Family Therapy with Ethnic Minorities (2003). She is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Illinois and has maintained a (part-time) private practice since 1978 that specializes in practice with people of color and with couples and families. She has served as an Approved Supervisor (in training) at the Northwestern Family Institute. Mikal N. Rasheed is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Justice Studies and Social Work Department at Northeastern Illinois University. He formerly served on the faculties at the George Williams College of Social Work at Aurora University and was also the director of the Department of Social Work at Texas Southern University. He received his Masters degree from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, and a Doctorate degree in social work from Loyola University Chicago. He is coauthor of two Sage publications, Social Work Practice with African American Men: the invisible presence and Family Therapy with Ethnic Minorities (2003). He has taught courses on family therapy, couple therapy, cross-cultural practice, child welfare practice, generalist social work practice, clinical supervision and clinical practice with men; and conducts workshops and training in these areas. He is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Illinois and has maintained a (part-time) private practice for more than 20 years in which he specializes in men's issues, practice with people of color, couple and family therapy.


Introduction - Janice M. Rasheed, Mikal N. Rasheed, James A. Marley Ch 1. Karl Tomm: His Changing Views on Family Therapy Over 35 Years - Don Collins, Karl Tomm Ch 2. Living Arrangements Over the Life Course: Families in the 21st Century - Regina M. Bures Ch 3. Understanding Culture and Worldview in Family Systems: Use of the Multicultural Genogram - Anita Jones Thomas Ch 4. Maslow Revisited: Constructing a Road Map of Human Nature - Dennis O'Connor, Leodones Yballe Ch 5. Family-Of-Origin Work for Counseling Trainees and Practitioners - Connie M. Kane Ch 6. How Collaborative is Structural Family Therapy? - Ryan T. Hammond and Michael P. Nichols Ch 7. For Parents Only: A Strategic Family Therapy Approach in School Counseling - Judith A. Nelson Ch 8. The Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Therapy With Children in a School Setting - Cynthia Franklin, Joan Biever, Kelly Moore, David Clemons, and Monica Scamardo Ch 8. A helping Hand: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Child and Adolescent Mental Health - John Wheeler Ch 9. The Case of Molly L.: Use of a Family Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Childhood Anxiety - Amy Krain, Jennifer L. Hudson, Meredith Coles, and Philip Kendall Ch 10. Ethics of Family Narrative Therapy - Christopher Peyton Miller and Alan W. Forrest Ch 11. Review of narrative Therapy: Research and Utility - Mary Etchison, David M. Kleist Ch 11. Basic Principles of Intervention - Mark S. Carich, Karen Spilman Ch 12. Parental Divorce and Family Functioning: Effects on Differentiation Levels of Young Adults - Patrick Johnson, Jill M. Thorngren, and Adina J. Smith Ch 12. Counseling Gay and Lesbian Families: Theoretical Considerations - Jennifer L. Adams, Jodi D. Jaques, and Kathleen M. May Ch 13. Trauma Symptoms in Preschool-Age Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - Alytia A. Levendosky, Alissa C. Huth-Bocks, Michael A. Semel, Deborah L. Shapiro Ch 13. "It's the Little Things": Women, Trauma, and Strategies for Healing - Vanja M. K. Stenius, Bonita M. Veysey Ch 14. Marriage and Family Counseling: Ethics in Context - Stephen Southern, Robert L. Smith, Marvarene Oliver About the Editors

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  • publication date: 01/12/2009
  • ISBN13: 9781412905848
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 336
  • ID: 9781412905848
  • weight: 499
  • ISBN10: 1412905842

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