Karl Tomm

Book: 

Tomm, K., St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Strong, T. (Eds.). (2014). Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change. New York, NY: Routledge Press. 

Articles:

Tomm, K. (1984). One perspective on the Milan Systemic Approach: Part I. Overview of development, theory and practice. Journal for Marital and Family Therapy, 10(2), 113-125. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.1984.tb00001.x

Tomm, K. (1984). One perspective on the Milan Systemic Approach: Part II. Description of session format, interviewing style and interventions. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 10(3), 253-271. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.1984.tb00016.x

 

Tomm, K. (1987). Interventive interviewing: Part I. Strategizing as a fourth guideline for the therapist. Family Process, 26(1), 3-13. doi:10.1111/j.1545-5300.1987.00003.x

Tomm, K. (1987). Interventive interviewing: Part II. Reflexive questioning as a means to enable self-healing. Family Process, 26(2), 167-183. doi:10.1111/j.1545-5300.1987.00167.x

Tomm, K. (1988). Interventive interviewing: Part III. Intending to ask lineal, circular, strategic, or reflexive questions? Family Process, 27(1), 1-15. doi:10.1111/j.1545-5300.1988.00001.x

Tomm, K. (1989). Externalizing the problem and internalizing personal agency. The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 8(1), 54-59. doi:10.1521/jsst.1989.8.1.54

Tomm, K. (1990). A critique of the DSM. Dulwich Centre Newsletter: Reflections on our practices, 1(3), 5-8. (an earlier version was published in 1990, The Calgary Participator: A Family Therapy Newsletter, 2-3).

Tomm, K. (1991). Beginnings of a “HIPs and PIPs” approach to psychiatric assessment. The Calgary Participator: A Family Therapy Newsletter, 1(Spring), 21-24.

Tomm, K. (1992). The ethics of dual relationships. The Calgary Participator: A Family Therapy Newsletter, 3.

 

Tomm, K. (1998). A question of perspective. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 24(4), 409-413. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.1998.tb01096.x

 

Tomm, K. (2002). Enabling forgiveness and reconciliation in family therapy. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work, 2002(1), 65-69.

Tomm, K. (2003). Promoting social justice as an ethical imperative. Family Therapy Magazine, January/February, 30-31.

 

Tomm, K., & Acton, J. (2011). Reflective listening and negative enquiry: Two exercises to enhance couple communication. Human Systems: The Journal of Therapy, Consultation & Therapy, 22(3), 732-745.

Tomm, K., & Govier, T. (2007). Acknowledgement: It’s significance for reconciliation and well-being. In C. Flaskas, I. McCarthy, & J. Sheehan (Eds.), Hope and despair in narrative and family therapy: Adversity, forgiveness and reconciliation (pp. 139-149). New York, NY: Routledge Press.

Tomm, K., & Wright, L. M. (1979). Training in family therapy: Perceptual, conceptual and executive skills. Family Process, 18(3), 227-250.

 

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Sally St. George and Dan Wulff

Books

Tomm, K., St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Strong, T. (Eds.). (2014). Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change. New York, NY: Routledge.

Tomm, K., St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Strong, T. (Eds.). (2015). Mønstre i interpersonelle interaktioner: Relationel forståelse og terapeutisk forandring [Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change] (O. L. Henriksen, Trans.). Copenhagen, Denmark: Forlaget Mindspace.

Book Chapters

St. George, S., & Wulff, D. (2014). Braiding socio-cultural interpersonal patterns into therapy. In K. Tomm, S. St. George, D. Wulff, & T. Strong (Eds.), Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change (pp. 124-142). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Strong, T. (2014). Researching interpersonal patterns. In K. Tomm, S. St. George, D. Wulff, & T. Strong (Eds.), Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change (pp. 210-228). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Wulff, D., & St. George, S. (2011). Family therapy with a larger aim. In S. Witkin (Ed.), Social construction and social work practice: Interpretations and innovations (pp. 211-239). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Wulff, D., & St. George, S. (2014). Research as daily practice. In G. Simon & A. Chard (Eds.), Systemic inquiry: Innovations in reflexive practice research (pp. 292-308). London, UK: Everything is Connected Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Besthorn, F., Wulff, D., & St. George, S. (2010).  Eco-spiritual helping and postmodern therapy: A deeper ecological framework. Ecopsychology, 2(1), 23-32.

Besthorn, F., St. George, S., & Wulff, D. (2014). A postmodern critique of the social discourses of male violence in interpersonal family relationships: A balancing act for social work. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 25(3), 163-180. doi:10.1080/10428232.2014.938717

 

Chenail, R. J., St. George, S., Wulff, D., Duffy, M., Wilson Scott, K., & Tomm, K. (2012). Clients’ relational conceptions of conjoint couple and family therapy quality: A grounded formal theory. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy [Special Issue], 38(1), 241-264.

 

Mudry, T., Sametband, I., Strong, T., Wulff, D., Michel, J., & St. George, S. (2014). “Where I’m coming from”: A discourse analysis of financial advice media. Journal of Financial Therapy, 5(1), 55-79.

St. George, S. (1996). Using “as if” processes in family therapy supervision. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 4, 357-365.

St. George, S., & Wulff, D. (2006). A postmodern approach to teaching family therapy as community practice. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 25(4), 73-83.

St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Tomm, K. (2015). Research as daily practice. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(2), 3-14.

 

St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Tomm, K. (2015). Research as daily practice: Introduction to the special section. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(2), 1-2.

St. George, S., Wulff, D., & Tomm, K. (2015). Talking societal discourse into family therapy: A situational analysis of the relationships between societal expectations and parent-child conflict. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(2), 15-30.

Strong, T., St. George, S., Wulff, D., Mudry, T., & Sametband, I. (2015). Differences over dollars and sense: Discourses involving money in family therapy. Human Systems: The Journal of Therapy, Consultation & Training, 26(1), 66-85. 

Wulff, D., & St. George, S. (2011, September/October). Innovations in training: Integrating research and practice. Family Therapy Magazine, 10(5), 18-19.

Wulff, D., St. George, S., & Besthorn, F. (2011). Revisiting confidentiality: Observations from family therapy practice.Journal of Family Therapy, 33, 199-214. doi:10.1111/j.1467-6427.2010.00514.x

Wulff, D., St. George, S., & Chenail, R. (2000). Searching for family therapy in the Rockies: Family therapists meet a paleontologist. Contemporary Family Therapy, 22, 407-414.

Wulff, D., St. George, S., & Tomm, K. (2015). Societal discourses that help in family therapy: A modified situational analysis of the relationships between societal expectation and healing patterns in parent-child conflict. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(2), 31-44.

 

Wulff, D., St. George, S., Tomm, K., Doyle, E., & Sesma, M. (2015). Unpacking the PIPs to HIPs curiosity: A narrative study. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(2), 45-58.

Jeff Chang

Chang, J. (2013). A contextual-functional meta-framework for counselling supervision. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 35(2), 71-87. doi:10.1007/s10447-0129168-2

Chang, J. (2013). On being solution-focused in adversarial places: Supervising parenting evaluations for family court. In F. N. Thomas, Solution-focused supervision: A resource-oriented approach to developing clinical expertise (pp. 187-196). New York: Springer Science+Business.

Chang, J. (2015). Book review [Brief coaching with children and young people]. Journal of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, 1(2), 103-106.

 

Chang, J. (2015). Competence in marriage and family therapy for Alberta psychologists. Psymposium, 25(3), 20-21.

Chang, J. (2016). Postdivorce counselling and dispute resolution: Services, ethics, and competencies. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 50(3S), S23–S42.

Chang, J. (2017, in press). Culture-infused program development: Inviting community competencies. In S. Collins & N. Arthur (Eds.), Culture-infused counselling: Fostering socially just change processes. Calgary, AB: Counselling Concepts.

 

Chang, J., Combs, G., Dolan, Y., Freedman, J., Mitchell, T., & Trepper, T. (2013). From Ericksonian roots to postmodern futures. Part II: Shaping the future. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 32(2), 35–45.

Chang, J., & Gaete, J. (2013). IP-supervision as relationally responsive practice. In K. Tomm, D. Wulff, S. St. George, & T. Strong (Eds.), Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change (pp. 187-209). New York: Routledge.

 

Chang, J., McKinnon H., Reavie, M., & Skelton, S. (2016). Supervision of school counsellors: An evolving practice. In B. Shepard & B. Robinson (Eds.), Handbook of counselling supervision. Ottawa: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

 

Chang. J., & Nylund, D. K. (2013). Narrative and solution-focused therapies: A twenty-year retrospective. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 32(2), 72–88.

Nuttgens, S., & Chang, J. (2013). Moral distress in counselor supervision: A call for research. Counselor Education and Supervision, 52(4), 284-296. doi:10.1002/j.1556-6978.2013.00043.x

Nuttgens, S., & Chang, J. (2015). Working with couples and families. In L. Martin , B. Shepard, & R. Lehr (Eds.). Canadian counselling and psychotherapy: Ethics-based issues and cases. (pp. 304-325). Ottawa: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

Plosker, R., & Chang, J. (2014). A solution focused therapy group designed for caregivers of stroke survivors. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 33(2), 35-49.

Strong, T., Mudry, T., & Chang, J. (2013). The life history of a PIP: Snapshots in time. In K. Tomm, D. Wulff, S. St George, & T. Strong (Eds.), Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change (pp. 82-102). New York: Routledge.

 

Books

Barker, P. A., & Chang, J. (2013). Basic family therapy (6th ed.) London, UK: Wiley.

Chang, J. (Ed.). (2013). Creative interventions with children: A transtheoretical approach: Calgary: Family Psychology Press.

Monica Sesma-Vazquez

Ibarzábal, M. E., Hernández, J., Sesma, M., et al. (2011). Obesidad infantil y del adolescente: Comorbilidades físicas y psicológicas. Revista de Investigación Médica Sur, 18(2), 77-78.

Ross, K., Sesma-Vazquez, M., & Strong, T. (2014).  Therapy, sociology, and the modern soul: In conversation with Eva Illouz. New Therapist, 92, 20-24.

Sesma, M. (2010). El terapeuta colaborativo en México. Mexico Quarterly Review.

Sesma, M., Avalos, T., & Vega, K. (2001). Cuando el lenguaje dice lo que nuestros significados no comprenden: El trabajo de terapeutas circulares con familias de la calle. Psicología Iberoamericana, 9(1).

Sesma, M., & Vega, K. (2002). Voces epifánicas en el Equipo Reflexivo: La perspectiva del cliente. Voces y más Voces en el Equipo de Reflexión en México. In H. Selicoff & G. Licea, (Eds.). México City, MX: Alinde Institute of Psychotherapy.

Sesma-Vázquez, M. (2011). Pathways to dialogue: The work of collaborative therapists with couples. International Journal of Collaborative Practices, 2(1), 48-66.

Strong, T., Ross, K., & Sesma-Vazquez, M. (2014). Counselling the (self?) diagnosed client: Generative and reflective conversations. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. doi: 10.1080/03069885.2014.996736

Strong, T., & Sesma-Vazquez, M. (2015). Discourses on children’s mental health: A critical review. In M. O’Reilly & J. N. Lester (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health (pp. 99-116). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Strong, T., Sesma-Vazquez, M., Ross, K. H., Mudry, T., Doyle, E., & Pickering, B. (in press). Expert therapeutic discourse, practices and counter-practices across six service contexts. International Journal of Collaborative Practice.

Alan McLuckie

Allan, R., McLuckie, A., & Hoffecker, L. (2015). Clinical Supervision of Psychotherapists: A Systematic Review [Title Registration]. The Campbell Collaboration. Available from http://www.campbellcollaboration.org/lib/project/365/

Carew, C., Kutcher, S., Wei, Y., & McLuckie, A. (2014). Using digital and social media metrics to develop mental health approaches for youth. Adolescent Psychiatry, 4(2), 116-121. doi:10.2174/221067660402140709122825

Carrey, N., Curran, J., Green, R., Nolan, A., & McLuckie, A. (2014). Embedding mental health interventions in early childhood education systems for at-risk preschoolers: An evidence to policy realist review. Systematic Reviews, 3(84). doi:10.1186/2046-4053-3-84

 

Cawthorpe, D., Novick, J., & McLuckie, A. (in press). The psychometric properties of the Children’s Global Assessment Scale (CGAS) as an outcome measure in child and adolescent mental health services 2002 – 2016: A measureable treatment plan. Journal of Hospital Administration, 6, 1. 

Karabanow, J., Kidd, S., Frederick, T., McLuckie, A., & Quick, J. (in press). Methodological reflections on research with street youth. Journal of Social Work.

Kutcher, S., & McLuckie, A. for the Child and Youth Advisory Committee, Mental Health Commission of Canada (2010). Evergreen: A child and youth mental health framework for Canada. Calgary, AB: Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Kutcher, S., & McLuckie, A. (2013). Evergreen: Creating a national child & youth mental health framework for Canada. Psychiatric Services, 64(5), 479-482. doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201100269

Kutcher, S., Wei, Y., McLuckie, A., & Bullock, L. (2013). Educator mental health literacy: A program evaluation of the teacher training education on the Mental Health & High School Curriculum Guide. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 6(2), 83-93. doi:10.1080/1754730X.2013.784615

Lindsey, D., Shlonsky, A., & McLuckie, A. (2008). Child welfare in the 21st century. In D. Lindsey & A. Shlonsky (Eds.), Child Welfare Research (pp. 1-16). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.  

Mares, D., McLuckie, A., Schwartz, M., & Saini, M. (2007). Executive function impairments in children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Do they differ between school and home environments? Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 52(8), 527-534. doi:10.1177/070674370705200811

Matheson, K., Barrett, T., Landine, J., McLuckie, A., Soh, N., & Walter, G. (2016). Burnout and psychological distress among medical students and residents. Academic Psychiatry, 40(1), 63-68.

McLuckie, A., Allan, R., & Ungar, M. (2013). Couple and family therapy within the current pan-Canadian context. Contemporary Family Therapy, Special Issue on International Developments in Family Therapy, 35(2), 329-341. doi:10.1007/s10591-013-9264-4

 

McLuckie, A., Kutcher, S., Wei, Y., & Weaver, C. (2014). Sustained improvements in students’ mental health literacy with use of a mental health curriculum in Canadian schools. BMC Psychiatry, 14(379). doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0379-4

McLuckie, A., & Rowbotham, M. (2013). Narrative play therapy with families. In N. Riedel-Bowers (Ed.), Play therapy with families: A collaborative approach to healing (pp. 125-158). New York, NY: Jason Aronson.

Mishna, F., McLuckie, A., & Saini, M. (2009). Real world dangers in an online reality: A qualitative study examining online relationships and cyber abuse. Social Work Research, 33(2), 107-118. doi:10.1093/swr/33.2.107

Novick, J., Cawthorpe, D., & McLuckie, A. (2016). The validation of the Western Canada Waiting List Children’s Mental Health-Priority Criteria Score Instrument: 2002 – 2015 results. Journal of Hospital Administration, 5(4), 1-8. doi:10.5430/jha.v5n4p1

 

Sumerlee Samuels

Manley, R., O’Brien, K. M., & Samuels, S. (2008). Fitness instructors’ recognition of eating disorders and attendant ethical/liability issues. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 16(2), 103-116. doi:10.1080/10640260801887162

Roy, E., & Samuels, S. (2006). Ethical debating: Therapy for adolescents with eating disorders.  Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 21(2), 161-166. doi:10.1016/j.pedn.2006.02.009

Samuels, S. (2007). Are you a mime reader? Non-verbal communication. [Article previously posted on the University of Calgary Counselling Centre website and now available upon request].

Conferences – Presented Papers

Samuels, S. (October 2013). Motherhood begs to be understood differently: A rationale for the marriage of motherhood and hermeneutics. Presented to the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (Toronto, Canada).

Samuels, S. (March 2014). A proposed ethic of maternal embodiment: The intersection of maternity and hermeneutics. Presented to the Museum of Motherhood (New York, United States of America).

Samuels, S. (June 2016). Motherhood begs to be understood differently: Evidence supporting the marriage of motherhood and hermeneutics. Presented to the Canadian Hermeneutic Institute (Toronto, Canada).

Conferences – Presentations

Laverty, A., & Samuels, S. (February 2008). Therapeutic connections: Applying relational cultural theory in eating disorder treatment. Presented to the Eating Disorder Association of Canada (Calgary, Canada).

Russell-Mayhew, S., Samuels, S., Strong, T., Sesma-Vazquez, M., & Salvisberg, W. (May 2014). Weight-related issues and families: From family therapy to psycho education. Presented to the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (Victoria, Canada).

Samuels, S., & Rogers-de Jong, M. (May 2014). Qualitative inquiry through the eyes of postmodern counselors: Creating a kinship between practice and research. Presented to the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (Urbana-Champaign, United States of America).

Samuels, S., & Rogers-de Jong, M. (June 2014). Alternative possibilities: Inviting preferred stories in two research contexts. Presented to the American Family Therapy Association (Athens, United States of America).

Tomm, K., & Samuels, S. (August 2017). Disturbing the comfortable and comforting the disturbed: Unraveling shame and guilt to bring forth courageous acts of re-connection. Presented to the Calgary Family Therapy Centre Biennial Externship in Systemic Family Therapy (Calgary, Canada).

Wilson, T., & Samuels, S. (August 2017). That’s the way it’s always been: On the invisible rules of living and family therapy. Presented to the Calgary Family Therapy Centre Biennial Externship in Systemic Family Therapy (Calgary, Canada).

Posters

Kennedy, B., Samuels, S., & Thompson C. (May 2014). Motherhood beyond the maternal body: Navigating coinciding practices of maternity. Presented to the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (Victoria, Canada).

 

Samuels, S. (June 2006). Transferable life skills learned through sport participation. Presented to the Canadian Psychological Association (Calgary, Canada). 

Joanne Schultz

Hall, J. S. (1995). A place for spirituality in family therapy. The Calgary Participator, 5(2), 40-42. 

 

Hall, J. S., & Sametband, I. (2014). His cave and her kitchen. In K. Tomm, S. St. George, D. Wulff, & T. Strong (Eds.), Patterns in interpersonal interactions: Inviting relational understandings for therapeutic change (pp. 143-167). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Wright, L. M., Hall, J. S., O’Connor, M., Perry, R., & Murphy, R. (1982). The power of loyalties: One family’s developmental struggle during the launching years. The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 1(4), 57-70.

Gary Sanders

 

Sanders, G. L. (1984). Blended families: Issues of remarriage, Canadian Family Physician, 30, 1159-1163.

Sanders, G. L. (1984). Relationships of the handicapped: Issues of sexuality and marriage, The Family Therapy Collections. In J. C. Hansen & E. I. Coppersmith (Eds.), Families with Handicapped Members, Rockville, MD: Aspen Systems.

Sanders, G. L. (1984). Thought and action. Canadian Association for Treatment and Study of the Family Newsletter, 2(l).

Sanders, G. L. (1986). The interview as intervention in sexual therapy. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 5(1 & 2), 50-63A.

Sanders, G. L. (1987). Book review, The plague years: A chronicle of AIDS, the epidemic of our time. by D. Black, Readings: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2(2).

Sanders, G. L. (1988). An invitation to escape sexual tyranny. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 7(3), 23-35.

 

Sanders, G. L. (1988). Cybernetic sexual therapy, Family Therapy Networker, 12(2).

Sanders, G. L. (1988). Systemic rituals in sexual therapy. In E. Imber-Black, J. Roberts & R. A. Whiting (Eds.), Rituals in families and family therapy. (pp. 257-275).  New York, NY: W. W. Norton.

 

Sanders, G. L. (1990). Violence, sex, and therapeutic healing. The Calgary Participator, 1(1).

 

Sanders, G. L. (1991). Personal reflections of a man who practices sexual therapy. Dulwich Centre Review.

Sanders, G. L. (1991). Sexplay: Five sexy words. The Calgary Participator, 1(3).

Sanders, G. L. (1992). Of love and lenses: Gay and lesbian affiliations. The Calgary Participator, 2(1).

Sanders, G. L. (1993). The love that dares to speak its name: From secrecy to openness in gay and lesbian affiliations. In E. Imber-Black (Ed.), Secrets in families and family therapy (pp. 215-242). New York, NY: W. W. Norton.

Sanders, G. L. (1995). Book review, "Lesbian, gay and bisexual identities over the lifespan: Psychological perspectives", by A. D'Augelli and C. Patterson, Readings. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.

Sanders, G. L. (1995). Sexuality, power, and empowerment: One man's reflections on sex therapy, The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 4(4), 289-298.

Sanders, G. L. (1996). Getting to know her. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, 65.

Sanders, G. L. (1996). Recovering from paraphilia: An adolescent's journey from despair to hope. Journal of Child & Youth Care, 11(1), 43-54.

 

Sanders, G. L. (1997). Normal Families: Research on Gay and Lesbian Parenting. In the Family.

Sanders, G. L. (1997). Preventing heterosexism and homophobia: A review. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 9(4), 78-82.

 

Sanders, G. L. (1997). You asked about: "How should orgasmic dysfunction in women taking SSRIs be managed?" The Canadian Journal of Continuing Medical Education.

 

Sanders, G. L. (2000). Men together: Working with gay couples in contemporary times. In P. Papp (Ed.), Couples on the Fault Line: New Directions for Therapists (pp. 222-256). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

 

Sanders, G. L. (2000). You asked about: "What conditions can cause a decreased libido in a 27 year-old woman? Are oral contraceptives a possible cause?" The Canadian Journal of Diagnosis, Pg. 41.

Sanders, G. L. & Cairns, K. V. (1987). Loss of sexual spontaneity, Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 22(1), 88-97.

Sanders, G. L. & Kroll, I. T. (2000). Generating stories of resilience: Helping gay and lesbian youth and their families. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 26(4), 433-442. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.2000.tb00314.x

Sanders, G. L. & Tomm, K. T. (1989). A cybernetic-system approach to problems in sexual functioning. In D. Kantor, & B. F. Okun (Eds.), Intimate environments: Sex, intimacy, and gender in families (pp. 346-380). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Tomm, K., & Sanders, G. L. (1983). Family assessment in a problem oriented record. In B. Keeney (Ed.), Family Therapy Quarterly, Special Issue on Diagnosis in Family Therapy.

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