Family Therapy beyond Postmodernism: Practice Challenges Theory

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Index

a
abuse 52 , 58 , 65 -6;
bearing witness to 59 - 60 , 61 ;
disconnecting effects of 62 ;
emotional 136 -7, 148 -50;
physical 146 ;
sexual 70 -1, 81 -2, 117 -18, 131 , 146 ,
see also violent relationships
Ackerman Institute, New York 59 - 60
Adams, Neil 98
Ainsworth, Mary 119 -20
Akister, Jane 120
alienation 62
analyst:
countertransference 139 -40, 147 -8, 149 -50, 151 , 152 ;
projective identification 142 , 147 , 151 , 152 ;
relationality 138 ;
space for thought 164 ;
suspension of memory and desire 164 ;
transference 139 , 140 , 151 , 152 ;
use of self 176 ,
see also practice experience;
practice reflections;
therapist
Anderson, Harlene 32 , 33 , 35 -6, 37 -8, 39 , 42 -3, 45 , 46 , 49 , 62 , 84 , 86 , 87 -8, 95 , 111 , 153 -4, 161 -2
Anderson, Tom 45 , 161
anti-foundationalism 21 -2, 24 , 29
anti-realism 62 , 64 -5, 105 -7
attachment 13 , 96 , 115 , 117 -24, 128 -34, 164 , 175 -6, 178 , 180 ;
adults 120 ;
babies/children 119 -20;
and experience 181 ;
insecure 120 ;
and language 128 -30, 131 , 132 , 133 -4, 181 ;
limits in family therapy 122 -3;
narratives of 123 -4, 127 ;
patterns of 120 ;
practice reflections 117 -19, 131 -3;
as relational process 119 -24, 175 ;
transformative possibilities 123 ;
unconscious 127 , 128 -30
Australia 4 , 5 , 17 , 45 , 48 , 112
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy97

b
Balint, Michael 122
Barratt, Barnaby 21
Bateson, Gregory 31 -2, 33 , 75 , 76
'bearing witness' 58 - 61 , 68
behavioural therapies 74
being-in-relationship-with 159
Berg, Insoo 32
Berger, Peter 33
Bertrando, Paolo 143
Best, Steven 18 , 19 - 20
biology, as core metaphor of family therapy 1 , 2 , 3 , 33 -4
Bion, Wilfred 13 , 115 , 122 , 126 , 154 , 161 , 163 -4, 165 , 167 , 173 , 176 , 177 , 181
body:
finiteness 61 , 98 ;
relationality/materiality 56 , 94 -5
Bollas, Christopher 97 , 129
Boscolo, Luigi 32 , 143
Boszormenyi-Nagy, Ivan 5 , 114
Bowen, Murray 5 , 114

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