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4. Integrating individual and family therapy

Slice ePub May 22, 2014
<p> <i>Elizabeth Muir</i></p><p>This chapter explores issues that may arise in situations where a child’s participation in family therapy may seem to present some risk to the need for a secure experience of confidentiality within the child’s individual psychotherapy. A fresh approach to these parallel processes is described and examined in terms of psychoanalytic theory and of outcome in the case history of a young girl.</p><p>[R.S.]</p><p>In establishing an integrated approach to individual and family therapy, we are thinking in terms of a partnership between two equally valid and complementary concepts. This would begin with an assessment of both the individual child as the referred patient, and of the family. The form of treatment approach would then be determined by the formulation reached and also by the family’s perception of the problem.</p><p>The outcome of an assessment frequently results in a child being taken into individual psychotherapy while the family is seen collaterally in family therapy. In practical terms, undertaking collateral work with an individual child and with the family might seem in itself to be using an integrated approach. However, in contrast to a tradition that approaches the two processes as separate though parallel, we have frequently found it most helpful to work towards an active integration of the two experiences. In order to do this it is necessary to focus on some of the elements that are common to both individual psychoana-lytically oriented psychotherapy and family group psychotherapy.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/325178-extending-horizons-psychoanalytic-psychotherapy-with-children-adolescents-and-families">See more</a>

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5. Rome, 15 July 1977

Slice ePub May 24, 2014
<p>I don’t know “us”, and I don’t think that we know “us” either, because we—whoever we are—have not met before. We are none of us who we were even an hour ago, so I shall start by having a speculative imagination, something that is <i>not</i> a fact, an imaginary fact. When there are a lot of individuals here, there are also a lot of thoughts without a thinker, and these thoughts-with-out-a-thinker are floating around somewhere. I suggest that they are looking for a thinker. I hope that some of you will be prepared to allow them a lodgement in your minds or personalities. I realize that that is asking a lot, because these thoughts-without-a-thinker, these stray thoughts, are liable also to be wild thoughts. And nobody likes giving a home to wild thoughts which are then said to be <i>your</i> thoughts. We all like our thoughts to be domesticated; we like them to be civilized thoughts, well-trained, rational thoughts. All the same, however wild, however irrational, these thoughts may be, I hope that you will dare to give them a temporary lodgement and that you will then provide them with a suitable verbal costume so that they can express themselves publicly and be given an airing even if they do not appear to be very well fitted out. I hope that these speculative imaginations will have a chance of achieving a certain degree of respectability, so that they can exist even in a scientific community. Like speculative reasons, they are feeble creatures, easily destroyed.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/244687-the-italian-seminars">See more</a>

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Lake Sunapee

Slice ePub May 23, 2014

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WATCHES

Slice PDF April 01, 2013
<p>WATCHES</p><p>197</p><p>for long waits and possible disappointment. If you wash out at the New York Stock Exchange try the American Stock Exchange</p><p>(86 Trinity Place, 306-1000), which also offers tours, and the action on the floor is just as exciting. Call to make an appointment. To experience a thrill of patriotic pride, make a brief visit to the</p><p>Federal Hall National Memorial (15 Pine Street, 825-6888), a Greek Revival pile built in 1842 on the site of Washington's inauguration as the nation's first president. The exhibit inside is rather tepid, but it's free.</p><p>If you're the type who can plan things weeks in advance, call the</p><p>Federal Reserve Bank (33 Liberty Street, 720-6130) to schedule a guided tour. They have a gold hoard that rivals that of Fort Knox; staring at it is the high point of the tour.</p><p>S E C R E T</p><p>WATCHES</p><p>Lurking under scaffolds or in dark corners near Times Square, tall handsome Senegalese men open their attache cases to tantalize passersby with a brief glimpse of their wares — watches labeled</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/87022-secret-new-york-the-unique-guidebook-to-new-york-s-hidden-sites-sounds-and-tastes">See more</a>

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Thrifty Thinking-New versus Used

Slice PDF January 11, 2001
<p>AppMath_B1_053-104:AppMath_B1_053-104 11/2/10 10:17 AM Page 86</p><p>Lesson 4</p><p>Example</p><p>New versus Used</p><p>Kirsten pays $4,500 for a secondhand car. Three years later she sells it for $3,900. Tanya pays</p><p>$13,900 for a new car. Three years later she sells it for $5,500. How much are the cars costing Kirsten and Tanya per year? What are some possible reasons for the difference?</p><p>Solve</p><p>Step 1: Find the difference between what Kirsten pays for her car and her selling price. Subtract $3,900 from</p><p>$4,500. Then, because she kept the car for 3 years, divide by 3. The result is the cost per year.</p><p>$4,500 – $3,900 = $600</p><p>$600 ÷ 3 = $200</p><p>Step 2: Do the same for Tanya. Subtract $5,500 from</p><p>$13,900. Then divide by 3.</p><p>$13,900 – $5,500 = $8,400</p><p>$8,400 ÷ 3 = $2,800</p><p>Answer the Questions</p><p>Step 4: Kirsten’s car cost her $200 per year. Tanya’s car cost her $2,800 per year. The value of a new car goes down quickly in the first few years. A newer car will nearly always cost more per year than an older car. However, older cars may need more repairs.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/292445-everyday-life-math">See more</a>

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