An Introduction to Family Therapy: Systemic Theory and Practice

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Index
abstinence, 175
abuse, 96, 237
acceptance, 104
acclimatization, 19
accommodation, 193
Ackerman Institute, 21
Ackerman, Nathan, 21, 242
action, 175–;6, 180
actions and beliefs in triads, 72–;3
active ingredients of therapy, 217, 235
addictions, 174–;81
analysis, 174–;8
example, 180–;81
synthesis, 178–;80
ADHD see attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
adolescents, 52
reading, 287–;8
adult attachment interview, 133
‘;adult talk’;, 221
adults with mental health problems
reading, 257–;8
aggressiveness, 107
AIDS/HIV
reading, 258
alcohol treatment services, 174
Alcoholics Anonymous, 175
alcoholism, 174–;81
alteration of beliefs, 40
ambiguity, 77
amelioration, 129
American Psychiatric Association, 225
Andersen, Tom, 13, 97, 123, 248
Anderson, Harlene, 97, 174, 248
anorexia, 2, 12, 21, 43, 73, 101, 199, 210–;213
anti-psychiatry movement, 19
anti-racist movements, 63
anxiety, 33, 132, 139
APA see American Psychiatric Association
apprehension, 4–;5
arousal, 125, 132
assessment and formulation of systemic theory, 153–;9
reading, 258
assimilation, 193
attachment
anxieties, 178
styles and couples’; dynamics, 135–;6
attachment theory, 65, 125, 131–;5, 238
move to internal representations, 133–;5
attachments, 125–;50, 164, 170, 177, 184–;6, 190–;91
patterns of, 132, 237
reading, 259
studies on, 235
see also emotions
attempted solutions, 8, 46–;7, 104, 154–;5
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, 145, 152
reading, 259
authenticity, 171
autism, 160, 163
autonomy, 12, 43, 46, 70, 94, 210
avoidance, 141
‘;bad ways’;, 45
balance, 77
balance of power in relationships, 294
Basaglia, Franco, 65
basic needs, 131
Bateson, Gregory, 20, 32–;3, 63–;5, 238, 240–;3, 250
Beck, Aaron T., 138–;9
Beck Depression Inventory, 216
behaviour, 26
behavioural evidence, 41
behavioural functional analysis, 155
behavioural problems, 208
beliefs, 8–;9, 39–;40, 47–;9, 72–;3, 163
Bell, John, 21–;3
benevolent trickery, 47
bereavement, 8, 36, 135
Bergman, Joel, 248
bias, 205, 209
bickering, 51, 81
biological analogy, 24–;5
biological systems, 19–;22, 27, 31–;2
biology of perception, 78
birth, 36, 44, 53, 100, 135
blaming, 69, 94
body temperature regulation, 19, 24
bonding, 143–;4, 163
Boscolo, Luigi, 157, 248, 250
Boszormenyi-Nagy, Ivan, 21
boundaries, 39, 44, 222, 234

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