Destructive Myths in Family Therapy
How to Overcome Barriers to Communication by Seeing and Saying -- A Humanistic Perspective
1. Edition April 2012
216 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Exposes destructive patterns of communication within familycultures and provides strategies for promoting more open dialogueamong family members.
* Equips family therapists to help clients see the barriers theyplace in the way of healthy communication, and adopt moreconstructive alternatives
* Provides activities designed to spark open dialogue betweentherapist and clients, strengthening the therapeutic relationshipand facilitating family interaction
* Includes communication strategies for reversing disengagement,defusing power struggles, overcoming sibling rivalry, disentanglingmarital problems and more
* Offers a new understanding of family dynamics, an area in whichmany family therapists want to improve their skills but havestruggled to find a text to guide them in doing so
Michael Moore is currently a Visiting Lecturer in theDepartment of Psychology, University of Warwick. He is a socialpsychologist with many scholarly publications in the field, and wasuntil recently Head of the Department of Education in Technologyand Science at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa,Israel.