Strategic Family Therapy
Jossey-Bass, 1 jan. 1981 - 240 sidor
"Madanes' lucid, coherent, and practical guide for family therapists is a welcome addition to the proliferating literature by family therapy theorists and practitioners.... The book is concise, well organized and clearly written.''
A classic work which uses imaginative techniques to help achieve balance within the family. It gives attention to specific problems such as violence, drug abuse, and depression, and seeks the hidden meaning in these symptoms, which are clues to the underlying family structure.Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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If the boy was the one who was afraid, then the mother had to be strong and pull
herself together to reassure him and protect him; therefore, she could not be
afraid herself. But when she protected him, she frightened him more, by talking
... terrors are metaphorical of the mother's fears, and the mother, in the context of
helping her son overcome his night terrors, is asked to pretend to be afraid, the
implication is that the mother is being asked to be afraid, just as the child is afraid.
They do so because they are losing or have already lost their superior position in
the hierarchy, because the youth is more powerful than they, because society has
intervened to take power away from them, because they are afraid to do the ...
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