Dr. David Wexler describes an innovative treatment program for troubled adolescents that addresses central problems of the "self."
Demonstrates that a minor variation of Freud's trauma theory, known as brief therapy, can be seen as the core of all major modern therapies, from behaviour therapy to psychoanalysis.
Cashdan's expertise as a teacher is amply demonstrated as he outlines the steps of object relations therapy, from engagement, through identification and confrontation within the therapy relationship--those centering around issues of dependency, sexuality, power, and ingratiation.
The concepts of Murray Bowen, one of the founders of family therapy and the originator of family systems theory, are brought together here in an integrative fashion.
The first section covers Sibling Dynamics: General Issues: here contributors look at intense sibling relationships, effects of birth order and...