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The author encourages family therapists to include young children in their family therapy sessions so that they can achieve whole family understanding. For adult family therapists who want to learn how to include children, and individual child therapists who want to work with groups, the author...
The author describes an unusual adaptation of object relations family therapy tailored to the requirements of symptomatic adult children, their long‐divorced parents and their stepfamilies. He worked with the children on understanding their disturbed relationship as an identification with the...
The author describes the destructive effect of two individuals' dyadic internal object relationships on their marriage. In a combined, concurrent couple and individual therapy, she recognizes the prevalence of need‐gratifying primitive dyads and sees the destructive effect that they have on the...
The authors propose a theoretical sequence for the psychological development of couples from narcissistic, autistic‐contiguous and paranoid‐schizoid levels to depressive position functioning. The authors illustrate their observations with vignettes from couple therapy with a husband and wife who...
The author describes therapeutic supervision by a therapist for helping families of high‐conflict divorce, a model derived from psychoanalytic principles applied to the study and treatment of dysfunctional family patterns at times of transition of the children from the care of one separated...
The authors integrate findings from neurophysiology, affect regulation and attachment research, and apply them to treating couples. They observe that adult styles of relating to primary attachment figures parallel the attachment styles identified in infant–caregiver relationships. They work with...
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