By Herbert Goldenberg, Irene Goldenberg
Relatives treatment presents a balanced presentation of the foremost theoretical underpinnings and scientific practices within the box. by way of offering an summary of conventional and evolving viewpoints, views, values, intervention innovations, and pursuits of relations remedy, Herbert and Irene Goldenberg offer present, proper, practice-oriented content material laying the root for college kids to turn into knowledgeable relatives therapists. This version displays the Goldenbergs' dedication to supplying scholars with not just conventional relations remedy theoretical frameworks but in addition the field's evolving types of perform. it's the whole source for helping scholars in learning the various elements of kin treatment. For this version, Michael White, founding father of Narrative treatment, has written a brand new foreword for the e-book.
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Editorial review has deemed that any suppressed content does not materially affect the overall learning experience. Cengage Learning reserves the right to remove additional content at any time if subsequent rights restrictions require it. Impact of Gender and Cultural Inﬂuences on the Therapist As we have noted thr oughout this chapter and will continue to do so thr oughout the book, a result of our broadened views of family life compels therapists to br oaden their own understanding of what life is like for those whose backgr ounds may be quite different from their own.
Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s). Editorial review has deemed that any suppressed content does not materially affect the overall learning experience. Cengage Learning reserves the right to remove additional content at any time if subsequent rights restrictions require it. Impact of Gender and Cultural Inﬂuences on the Therapist As we have noted thr oughout this chapter and will continue to do so thr oughout the book, a result of our broadened views of family life compels therapists to br oaden their own understanding of what life is like for those whose backgr ounds may be quite different from their own.
5 THINKING LIKE A CLINICIAN Assessing One’s Own Possible Biases Imagine that each of the following “clients” enters your therapy ofﬁce. Try to picture each one in turn, and then write down any thoughts and feelings about the person or people that occur to you. This exercise is personal and need not be shared with anyone, so be as honest with yourself as possible. Do any of your reactions surprise you? In what way or ways? Could any of your reactions interfere with your ability to work with the client?
Family Therapy: An Overview by Herbert Goldenberg, Irene Goldenberg