Table of contents for Collaborative therapy with multi-stressed families / William C. Madsen.

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Introduction: Reflective Practice in Frenzied Times
1. Working with Multi-Stressed Families: Recognizing the Importance of Relational Stance
2. What We See Is What We Get: Reexamining Our Assessment Process
3. Collaboration Is a Two-Way Street: Engaging Reluctant Families
4. Developing a Proactive Vision to Guide Clinical Work: Collaborative Therapy Contracts
5. Collaborative Inquiry: An Anthropological Approach to "Intervening" with Families
6. Examining the Relationship between Clients and the Problems in Their Lives
7. Helping Clients Shift Their Relationship to Problems and Develop Preferred Lives
8. Developing Communities to Support New Lives
9. Solidifying New Lives through Therapeutic Documents
10. Sustaining a Collaborative Practice in the "Real" World
Appendices: A. One Example of a Strength-Based Assessment Outline. B. Questions to Assess Externalized Problems. C. Considerations in Collaborative Therapy Contracts. D. New Approaches to Termination in Clinical Practice.
E. Coauthoring Termination/Consolidation Summaries with Clients.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Family psychotherapy.
Family counseling.
Problem families.
Family Therapy.
Family -- psychology.