Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook

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Psychology Press, 1989 - Psychology - 277 pages
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The volume's main sections are based on the stages of therapy: creating a context for change, challenging behaviors, expanding alternatives, and consolidation. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
  

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Contents

The Multiple Systems Model
14
Creating a Context for Change
31
Pretreatment Planning
48
The First Clinical Sessions
62
Clinical Assessment
74
Denial
108
The Structural Session
124
The Apology Session
135
Family Sessions
159
Subsystem Sessions
172
Individual Sessions
194
Groups
214
Consolidation
233
Special Issues
243
Purdue Sex History Form Karen Lee Fontaine
251
Subject Index
266

Challenging Behaviors Expanding
153

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Page 257 - Section III discusses the process of consolidation, including the "crystal ball" technique (ie, encouraging the family to anticipate future problems and coping strategies), and a session devoted to examining "what could make this family incestuous again?

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