Destructive Myths in Family Therapy: How to Overcome Barriers to Communication by Seeing and Saying - A Humanistic Perspective

Destructive Myths in Family Therapy: How to Overcome Barriers to Communication by Seeing and Saying - A Humanistic Perspective

Author(s): Daniela Kramer-Moore, Michael Moore

Published Online: 9 APR 2012 09:15PM EST

Print ISBN: 9780470667019

Online ISBN: 9781119943266

DOI: 10.1002/9781119943266

About this Book

Exposes destructive patterns of communication within family cultures and provides strategies for promoting more open dialogue among family members. 

  • Equips family therapists to help clients see the barriers they place in the way of healthy communication, and adopt more constructive alternatives
  • Provides activities designed to spark open dialogue between therapist and clients, strengthening the therapeutic relationship and facilitating family interaction
  • Includes communication strategies for reversing disengagement, defusing power struggles, overcoming sibling rivalry, disentangling marital problems and more
  • Offers a new understanding of family dynamics, an area in which many family therapists want to improve their skills but have struggled to find a text to guide them in doing so

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Seeing - The Choices we Make

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  2. Part II: Saying - The Power of Words

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