Foundations of Family Therapy: A Conceptual Framework for Systems Change

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Index
Abdication by single parents, 179
Abreaction of repressed material, 242, 243, 249, 250
Absurd, therapy of, 228-31
Accession, crisis of, 161
Achievement, Rabkin on, 168
Ackerman, Nathan, xiii,xiv,17, 220, 223-28, 261
Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, 298n, 307, 338
Addict families, 57; paradoxical techniques with, 306
Adolescence: academic problem during, 326-27; Ackerman's approach to treatment in, 225; and anorexia nervosa, 266; interpretive approach in, 210-12; paradoxical injunctions in, 168, 171; parental fear of homosexuality in, 235-36; psychosis in, 282; scapegoating in, 101; schizophrenia in, 215-17; second order change in, 198; sexual acting out in, 272; simple bind becoming symptom in, 172-75
Afghanistan, Pathan clans of, 44
African societies, emphasized relationship in, 122-24
Alanen, Yrjo, 345
Albee, Edward, 70
Alcoholic couples, 188, 189; therapeutic double bind in treatment of, 237
"Alcoholic" family type, 66
Alliances: coalitions distinguished from, 108; in family of schizophrenic, 113
Ambivalence, 114; versus conflict of levels, 115-17
Anarchistic family, 98, 99
Andolfi, Maurizio, 344
Anorexia nervosa: conflict management and, 150, 152-54; parental support for, 311; structural approach for, 264-70; symptomatic cycle in, 203-9; systemic approach to, 284, 313-17
Anxiety: in couple cycle, 190; in multiproblem family, 84
Aponte, Harry, 83, 85, 262, 272
Apple, D., 133
"Applied Behavioral Sciences Program, " Gouverneur Health Services, 257
"Art of Being Schizophrenic, The" ( Haley), 118
"Ascribing noble intention" technique, 306
Ashby, W. Ross, 136, 166, 318; on bi-modal feedback mechanisms, 159, 197; on null- function, 319, 320; step-mechanisms of, 162-63, 165; on too richly cross-joined systems, 74-78, 100, 286; on two-level model for change, 47-48; on "variety" and "constraint, " 51, 142
Asian societies, emphasized relationship in, 122
Asthma: breaking symptomatic cycle for, 202-3; conflict management and, 150, 152, 153
Attneave, Carolyn, 261
Auerswald, E. H., xiii,17; ecological model of, 256-58
Authoritarian families, 98-99
Avoidance-avoidance conflict, 107, 113-14

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