|Part 1:Introduction: Setting the Stage for an Exploration of the Interface of Family Therapy and Medication||1|
|1. Biometaphorical Psychiatry: Family Therapy and the Poetics of Experience|
|2. When More Is Less: A Common Difficulty in Collaborative Treatment of Human Distress|
|3. Family Healing and Planetary Healing: Three Paradigms in Search of a Culture|
|Part 2:Theoretical Dimensions: Dilemmas and Contradictions in the Approaches of Family Systems Therapy and Psychopharmacological Practice||61|
|4. Psychobiological Family Therapy: Toward an Ecological Psychiatry|
|5. A Systemic Frame for Mental Health Practices|
|6. Can Giving Heal? Contextual Therapy and Biological Psychiatry|
|7. Medicating the Ghost in the Machine|
|8. Rethinking Illness|
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Book title: Family Therapy as an Alternative to Medication: An Appraisal of Pharmland.
Contributors: Phoebe S. Prosky - Editor, David V. Keith - Editor.
Publisher: Brunner Routledge.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: vii.
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