Table of contents for The couple and family therapist's notebook : homework, handouts, and activities for use in marital and family therapy / [edited by] Katherine A. Milewski Hertlein, Dawn Viers, and associates.

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About the Editors 
Contributors 
Foreword 
Bud Protinsky, PhD 
Preface 
Acknowledgments 
1. The Aesthetics of Communication 
Wan-Juo Cheng 
Rudy Buckman 
Megan J. Murphy 
Andrew S. Brimhall 
Brandt C. Gardner 
4. Money Talks
Margaret Shapiro 
5. How Does Your Garden Grow? 
Lisa Jameyfield 
Cezanne Elias 
Lee Williams 
7. The Coming Clean Ritual 
Jon L. Winek 
Patricia A. Craven 
CONTENTS 
SECTION I: INTERVENTIONS FOR COUPLES 
2. Needful Things: Fostering Communication in Couples 
3. Altering the Abyss: Externalizing Negative Interaction Cycles 
6. Negotiating Couple Boundaries: The Metaphor of Gardens 
8. Creating Rituals for Couples Coping with Early Pregnancy Loss 
R. Valorie Thomas 
xiii 
SECTION II: INTERVENTIONS FOR FAMILIES 
9. The Four Cs of Parenting 
Lee Williams 
Erin Cushing 
10. Identifying Family Rules 
Devon J. Palmanteer 
11. "Jump, Jump, King Me": The Systemic Kvebaek Technique 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
12. Beginning Body Dialogue: An Introduction to Physical Acting Techniques 
in Family Counseling 
Kevin A. Harris 
Paul W. Wilson II 
Z. Vance Jackson 
13. Communicating with Children: Feelings Game 
Shari Sias 
Glenn W. Lambie 
14. Name Your True Colors: A Card Game for Engaging Families in Problem-Solving 
Processes 
Marta M. Miranda 
Pam Black 
15. Royal Flush
Katherine M. Hertlein 
16. Put on a Happy Face 
Dawn Viers 
17. Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
18. Family Stress Balls 
Dawn Viers 
19. Up, Up, and Away in My Beautiful Balloon 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
20. Drawing the Family System 
Christina Dust 
67 
21. Family Drawings with Abused Children: Allowing Room for Expression 
Lenore McWey 
151 22. Chicken Little Reconstructed: Trauma Resiliency 
Wendy Danto Ellis 
Muriel McClellan 
159 23. Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow: The Good-Bye Book 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
171 
24. The Pen is Mightier Than the Sword: Writing to Combat Adolescent Silence 
in Family Therapy 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
Liddy B. Hope 
177 25. Communicating with Teens: Movie Exchange 
Glenn W. Lambie 
Shari Sias 
185 26. The "Puppet Reflecting Team" Technique 
Darryl R. Haslam 
193 
27. "Eyes on the Prize": Incorporating Cultural Knowledge into Goal Development 
for the African-American Family with a Child with Serious Emotional Disturbance 
Nicole Lynn Lee 
203 
28. Toward a Culturally and Spiritually Consonant Treatment of Native Hawaiians: 
An Integration of Family Therapy and Ho'oponopono 
Bill Forisha 
Carol Wright 
Margaret Tucker 
SECTION III: INTERVENTIONS INCLUDING LARGER SYSTEMS 
217 29. The Healing Journey: Celebrating the Past and Envisioning the Future 
Chunhong Zhang 
Abigail Tolhurst Christiansen 
225 30. If You Work with Families, Get to School! Family Based School Interventions 
Laurie L.Williamson 
231 31. Loss of a Client to Suicide: Suggestions for Before and After a Client Suicide 
Charles F. Vorkoper 
Judy Meade

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Marital psychotherapy -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Family psychotherapy -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Family Therapy -- methods.
Couples Therapy -- methods.
Marital Therapy -- methods.