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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Typically, the symptomatic person is in an inferior position to the other spouse,
who tries to help and to change him; yet the symptomatic spouse is also in a
superior position in that he refuses to be helped and to change. While requesting
Typically, when a child presents a problem, the parents are overtly in a superior
position in the hierarchy in relation to the child; covertly, however, they are in an
inferior position in relation to him, because of the power of his symptom.
The young person can be expected to put the parents to the test, and the
therapist must struggle to maintain them in a superior position. A hierarchy is
defined by communication sequences. That is, if A tells B what to do, A is defining
himself as ...
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