Self in Relationships: Perspectives on Family Therapy from Developmental Psychology

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Karnac, 2004 - Psychology - 326 pages
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This latest volume in the Systemic Thinking and Practice Series has been inspired by Daniel Stern's work on self-development and uses it as a frame of reference. Family therapy has long been dominated by theories adapted from systemic therapy. The authors of this volume suggest that family therapy can gain enormously from combining systemic therapy with developmental psychology (from a psychodynamic perspective). They argue that this will enrich our understanding of the relationships between parents and children, and between siblings.

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