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Case Conceptualization in Family Therapy, 1st edition

  • Michael D. Reiter

Published by Pearson (February 4th 2013) - Copyright © 2014

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ISBN-13: 9780132900829

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Case Conceptualization in Family Therapy

 

Preface

 

Ch. 1    Developing Case Conceptualizations

I.       The Importance of Having a Conceptual Lens

II.       Developing a Conceptualization

a.       Bowen Natural Systems Theory

b.       Contextual Therapy

c.       Satir Growth Model

d.       Brief Therapy: Mental Research Institute

e.       Strategic Family Therapy

f.        Milan Systemic Family Therapy

g.       Structural Family Therapy

h.       Solution Focused Brief Therapy

i.         Narrative Therapy

III.       Case Conceptualization

a.        Models of Case Conceptualization

IV.       Common Factors of Therapy

a.        Extratherapeutic Factors

b.        Relationship Factors

c.        Expectancy, Hope, & Placebo Factors

d.        Model and Technique Factors

V.        The Approach Fitting the Person

                       

Ch. 2    The Case: The Mosley Family

I.        Current State of the Family

II.       History of the Nuclear Family

III.      Stephen’s Family-of-Origin

IV.      Miranda’s Family-of-Origin

 

Ch. 3    Bowen Natural Systems Theory (Christopher F. Burnett & Michael D. Reiter)

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