Steven Walker and Jane Akister
This succinct and highly readable book offers the perfect introduction to a fascinating and fast-growing field. It explains the key concepts in attachment theory and describes how the main attachment types play out both in childhood and later life.
Daniel A. Hughes
Attachment theory has primarily been limited to the treatment of individuals. This work equips therapists with the knowledge and tools to apply ideas of attachment, intersubjectivity and affect regulation in the context of family therapy.
Daniel A Hughes
A practical workbook companion to the best-selling text that brought attachment into the realm of family therapy.
What a great title! The author, a couple therapist with 30 years experience, aims to converse with (as opposed to talk down to) the reader, about how couple difficulties arise and why these difficulties are frequently maintained often unconsciously by pairs of otherwise loving and reasonable adults.
This timely book uniquely addresses the application of CBT to children and young people within health, school and community contexts.
Living with serious illness can have profound emotional effects both on patients themselves and on those close to them. With clarity and compassion, this text explores the difficulties and dilemmas those who are ill and their families face, offering specific guidelines for the professionals who work with them.
This practical book outlines the essential principles and practices of couple counselling. Demystifying this form of therapy, the author provides a step-by-step guide from the first meeting through to subsequent sessions.
Crawley J.; Grant J.
This book presents students and experienced practitioners alike with an accessible guide on the complex dynamics of the couple relationship.
Kim S. Golding and Daniel A. Hughes
This book shows why these elements are so important to a child's development, and demonstrates to parents and carers how they can incorporate them into their day-to-day parenting.
Jay Haley and Madeleine Richeport-Haley
Directive Family Therapy is the final work of a widely recognized giant in the international family therapy field. This text is the pre-eminent state-of-the-art sourcebook on practical, innovative techniques to effectively solve problems throughout the life cycle stages.
S Lankton & C H Lankton
This volume makes available a stimulating body of teachings taken virtually verbatim from five different workshops given by Carol and Stephen Lankton. It presents what these widely known trainers and practitioners have selected as the requisite ingredients for conceptualizing and assessing families so one can effectively use an Ericksonian approach that includes interventions of hypnosis, suggestion, paradox and metaphor.
Gill Gorell Barnes
This well known text addresses the plurality of family life today, and considers the way in which the changeable 'theory of family' has influenced the approaches of those working with families.
Mark Rivett and Eddy Street
Family Therapy: 100 Key Points provides a concise and jargon-free guide to the fundamentals of this field.
From leading marital therapists and researchers, this unique book presents a three-stage therapy approach for clinicians working with couples struggling in the aftermath of infidelity.
This brief introduction offers an ideal starting-point for non specialists and new students keen to develop their skills. Taking a step-by-step experiential approach, it explores key concepts in vivid practice context.
Eia Asen and Michael Scholz
This innovative book combines the theory and concepts of MFT with detailed practical examples of techniques and exercises which have been proven to help with problematic children, teenagers and adults.
Arlene Vetere and Emilia Dowling
Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families demonstrates how narrative based approaches to practice provide a powerful and client friendly framework for engaging and working with troubled children and their families.
Kate Iwi and Chris Newman
Working with Parents and Domestic Violence includes expert advice and techniques, as well as exercises and worksheets for use with both abusing and non-abusing parents.
This title brings attachment work inside the therapy room to the outside, equipping caregivers with practical parenting techniques rooted in attachment theory and research.
Exploring the role of spirituality in couple and family relationships, this successful text and practitioner guide illustrates ways to tap spiritual resources for coping, healing, and resilience.
J. O'Leary C.
This inviting and insightful book is for all practitioners of family and couple therapy who seek a deeper understanding of the potential of the therapeutic relationship for facilitating change and reconciliation in their clients. Its wealth of discussion, examples and advice will also be invaluable for trainees considering a career in this field.
Hilary A. Davies
This book aims to be a readable and user-friendly adjunct for therapists working with families who are interested in incorporating into their thinking and practice some ideas from psychoanalytic theory and practice.
This book provides a definitive introduction to Video Interaction Guidance.
This new edition introduces the inner world of contemporary adolescence, showing how a flexible psychodynamic approach can be used effectively throughout therapy with young people.
Fathers are often neglected in research and overlooked in professional practice. This book synthesises existing and original research to provide a wide-ranging overview of the salient theoretical and practical issues inherent in working with fathers.