Handbook of Family Therapy: The Science and Practice of Working with Families and Couples

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Subject Index
Note: Italicized page numbers indicate figures or tables.
a
ABC Intervention Assessment Model, 416-418 , 417
acceptance, 374
acculturation theory, 43-44
accuser-defender cycle, 104-105
achieving intensity, 191
Adjunctive methods, 78
Adlerian theory, 149-150
adolescent conduct disorders, 242 , 381-390 , 458.
see also oppositional defiant problems antisocial behavior, 310 , 384-385
brief strategic family therapy for, 213
core mechanisms of change, 327 , 332-338
cost-effective treatment, 233
delinquency and antisocial behavior, 384-385
drug abuse, 242-243 , 385-386
empirical bases of MST, 306-307
enactment, 384
engagement, 382-384 , 387-388
family functioning, 386-387
family therapy effectiveness, 237
functional family therapy and, 323-326 , 338-345 , 339,342-345
mesosystemic relationships, 31 , 32
multidimensional family therapy for, 211-212
multisystemic interventions, 304 , 384
nature of clinical problems and, 327-329
peer-level factors, 311-312
peer relationships and school functioning, 387
refraining, 383
relational functioning of family system and, 327 , 329-332
research and development, 388-390
reversed hierarchies and, 194
sex offending, 304 , 309 , 310
social ecological theory and, 28-29 , 29
statistical procedures for, 252-253
therapist behaviors and, 388
treatment, 387-388
violence and criminal behavior, 307-309
adolescent delinquency,
see adolescent conduct disorders
Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980 , 22
affect, to assess conflict, 74
African-American genograms, 92
alcohol abuse, 71 , 73 , 195-197 , 245 , 308 , 309.
see also adolescent conduct disorders;
drug abuse;
individual types of therapy
Alcoholics Anonymous, 422
alliance-based motivation, 332-334
alternation theory, 43-44
ambiguity, migration and, 42
Analytical Process, MST, 316
anger, 267 , 268
anorexia nervosa, 39-40
antilibidinal ego, 62
apology, 94
arbitrary inference, 174
architecture, 33
arousal disorders, 352 , 361 , 457
assessment
cognitive-behavioral couple and family therapy, 156-161
collaborative therapy, 130
family-of-origin treatment, 91-93
feedback, in CBT, 161
Mental Research Institute, 103-104
in MST, 315-317
narrative therapy, 136-137
ORCFT and, 73-75
sexual dysfunction, 357-358
solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), 108
solution-focused therapy, 141
structural-strategic approaches, 184-188 , 189
in TBCT, 284
TBCT and IBCT, 288-291
of treatment through writing, 404-405
at-risk adolescents,
see adolescent conduct disorders
at-risk families, defined, 398
attachment theory
adult love and, 267-269
adult relateness and, 263-264
attachment disorder, 72 , 79
attachment injuries, 270 , 276
emotionally focused couple therapy (EFCT) and, 248
“stonewalling” response, 266-267
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), 168
automatic thoughts, 152-154 , 162 , 163-164

b
balanced ledgers, 9 , 88 , 94
behavioral couple therapy (BCT), 11 , 248 , 251-252 , 281-300 , 456
assessment, 288-291
history, 282
IBCT interventions, 294-296

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