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A guide for students and practitioners interested inexploring paradoxical and strategic interventions from a systems perspective, this book provides first-hand documentation of Pappsrich repertoire of clinical interventions , the results she has achieved with them, and step-by-step process by which the implementations are implemented. Her work is vividly illustrated by candid and detailed case studies that reveal, not only how the technique is applied, but also how it was arrived at and why it is particularly suited to the situation at hand.
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"An excellent introduction for beginning therapists and those in training, but also a book from which experienced therapists can learn a great deal." --"Choice"
"Papp's clarity and succinctness and the orderly progression of practice concepts and processes are excellent models for clinical instruction." --"Contemporary Psychology"
" A worthy addition to collection of family therapy texts. It is aimed toward the intermediate or advanced student and for the clinician who enjoys exciting reading about innovative interventions and strategies." --"The California Therapist"
Peggy Papp, MSW, is a senior training supervisor and director of the Depression Project at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York City. A former board member of Family Process, she was a cofounder of the Women's Project in Family Therapy. She was an associate director of the Center for Family Learning and has served on the faculty of the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic and the Family Studies Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Ms. Papp's innovative contributions to the field of family therapy have been recognized with awards from the American Family Therapy Academy and the American Association for Marital and Family Therapy. Her numerous publications include the books The Invisible Web (with Marianne Walters, Betty Carter, and Olga Silverstein) and The Process of Change, as well as a video program, Gender Differences in Depression (with the Ackerman Institute's Depression Project).
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Book Description Guilford Press, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX089862052X
Book Description The Guilford Press, 1983. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M089862052X