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Attachment and Sexuality in Clinical Practice. Journal of Analytical Psychology 51 1 Abse, S.
Questions of technique when working with a borderline couple. Journal of Analytical Psychology 52 4 Abse, S. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Design for a brain quoted by Simon, F. The language of family therapy. Oedipus and the Couple London: The contribution of insights from the research and clinical literature to understanding what may be happening at an unconscious level in dementia care settings is reviewed, and the implications for our understanding of the psychological needs of people with dementia and their carers are discussed.
Looking Into Later Life. Ed Looking into Later Life. Family therapy after twenty years. American Handbook of Sternbqch 2nd. New York, Basic Books. The study and reduction of the group tension in the family. Separation, anxiety and anger. Object relations therapy with the family. The history of professional marriage and family therapy. Handbook of family therapy, vol.
The paper reviews the experience of the rijas, reassesses the relevance of crisis theory to the transition to parenthood and considers the meaning of preventive work in this context. Through case descriptions and research findings the impact of children on marriage is traced through the transition to parenthood. A group approach to preparing couples for parenthood is described and the experience of health visitors monitored in their individual contacts with families.
The nature of the threat is examined from a psychodynamic perspective in relation to a case example, and implications are drawn for therapists in managing both presenting symptoms and the transference. An Inside View Aberdeen: The basic assumptions of psychodynamic marital therapy are identified by exploring questions, thoughts and feelings of two co-therapists as they work conjointly with a rojass. The detailed case history is a vehicle for considering practice issudes, including the process of referral and evaluation of therapy through follow-up.
Couples and Children London: Family and Social Action Discussion notes which ask questions about the nature of the problems associated with becoming parents, the kind of community which exists for them and areas for change. British Journal of Psychotherapy 3 2 The paper examines the interrelationship between an unconscious shared phantasy which had produced deadlock in a marriage and two aspects of a brief therapeutic offer of six session, namely its brevity and the decision to see partners separately.
The work of a team of specialist divorce court welfare officers and their clients is described in detail, with the experiences of the professionals seen in terms of the experiences of their client parents. The nature of the often intractable problems of parents litigating over their children is examined in enfre with unresolved attachments to former partners and the context of welfare work. Losing Our Illusions Values 3 1 An exploration of the gap between statistics which indicate high levels of divorce and images of married security fostered sig,os public and personal levels.
Some illusions associated with married life are discussed, and it is argued that disillusionment is part of the experience of healthy development in marriage.
It is suggested that a lengthy history of divorce-associated litigation, very discrepant accounts of events by the avoidance of communication between parents over a prolonged period of time are predicitve of a very low likelihood of success for efforts at conciliation. National Stepfamily Association The text of an address, the paper considers the emotional environment which sustains, or fails to sustain, second and subsequent marriages, taking account of the part children play in affecting the dynamics of reconstituted families.
Understanding Problems of Intimacy Harmondsworth: An exploration of how disparate public and private expectiations of marriage complicate — and can even cause — many problems commonly experienced by couples.
An examination of the psychological ties that bind partners to each other and how they can generate tensions at different stages in life. Similarities and Differences Family and Conciliation Courts Review 28 1 The paper compares the experience of losing a partner through death and divorce, summarising some of the psychological, social and economic factors that can combine to make recovery from divorce more problematic than from bereavement.
Including contributions from Timothy Renton, Robin Skynner, David Clark and Barbara Dearnley, the book reviews the political, social, personal and therapeutic changes relevant to marriage between and Douglas Woodhouse describes the evolution of thinking and practice in the TIMS during that period in an organisational case study.
The report discusses some of the difficulties of measuring the incidence of child sexual abuse and explores why the subject has become a prominent issue at this point in time. Some reasons for and responses to the problem of child sexual abuse within the family are offered.
Some implications for training are considered. The report summarises ways in which violence manifests itself in family life, considering both the nature of violence and the changes affecting families. Four broad areas of conflict in family relations are discussed which may trigger violent responses: Interactive Effects British Journal of Psychotherapy 7 4 The paper describes the nature of some of the stresses on family members of chronic child illness and its uncertain course, paying particular attention to the parental couple.
Stepfamilies in a Changing World London: Marriage, Domestic Life and Social Change. Routledge Taking a psychodynamic approach to couple relationships, this chapter examines the ties that hold people in marriage and the public and personal implications of separation and divorce. Using the image of stepfamilies as a hybrid family form, rooted in loss, and growing in an unfavourable climate, the author examines issues for adults and children following remarriage.
A Question of Difference Infant Mental Health Journal 12 3 In a special edition celebrating the life of John Bowlby, the paper considers why marital satisfaction may decline with the roles and responsibilities of parenthood and pays particular attention to the problem of managing difference at personal and public levels when unconscious assumptions and conscious expectations apply pressures to merge.
National Stepfamily Association Compiled by a team of writers, this is a self-help and resource booklet aimed at parents going through the experience of enter and divorce.
Public siylos Private Perspectives London: Karnac Book An exploration of what is meant by healthy marriage, drawing on roas work of Winnicott, Maslow and Lewis. From these psychoanalytical, humanistic and systemic perspectives marriage is conceived of as a potentially facilitating environment for human growth and development.
Family and Conciliation Courts Review 31 2 Creating an environment in which children can develop with trust and confidence is a key issue for social policy makers, family practitioners and parents.
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Although allied by this concern, too often the three groups behave as if their interests are opposed; children can then become casualties. This report describes a model for conceptualising, in the context of divorce, how it is that potential allies can sometimes become implacable foes, and considers some ways forward.
National, Ethnic and Religious Differences in Partnership Sexual and Marital Therapy 8 1 Comprising the report on a conference of the same title, the paper summarises problems of definition, the proposition that cross-cultural marriages are subversive, areas of vulnerability and potential in such partnerships, and considers how they might better be supported. Public and Private Perspectives. The Unconscious at Work London: Routledge Drawing on the experience of a staff supervision course for managers in the Probation Service, this chapter looks at how the supervisory relationship can act as a receiver of unconscious communications which bear upon the nature of work-specific anxieties, and also some of the individual-cum-organisational defenses that are deployed to manage them.
Precisely because of its location and potential that state and quality of provision made for supervision can be taken as a key indicator of organisational health in the human services. The Family Connection Legal Executive Journal May An exploration of anxiety generated by change in the professional world of lawyers and the personal worlds of their clients, and how they interact with each other.
Argues for collaboration between legal and mental health disciplines in managing work-related stress. Women, Men and Marriage London: Sheldon Press A narrative account of the confusions women and men experience at a personal level about whether or not they have a marriage and its replications at a public level.
The narrative weaves together themes developed in succeeding chapters. The text of a talk given on the occasion of a jubilee conference organised by the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council in Ireland.
Support and Advice for Health Practitioners London: West London Health Promotion Agency A psychological perspective on some of the pressures facing couples as they become parents, written for health practitioners working in the community. Sheldon Press An examination of four processes which describe and are relevant to understanding contemporary marriage: Some elements of paradox and contradiction are identified arising from these interlocking themes.
Implications of Caring Responsibilities for Couples and Families Sexual and Marital Therapy 10 1 Changing patterns of family life, ageing populations, the increasing participation of women in paid employment and economic recession have, along with other factors, highlighted a key question for many countries today: The assumption that women will care as part of the historical segregation of roles in marriage can no longer be taken for granted.
The implications of this, as assessed by an international gathering of professionals working in the field, are reported on in this paper. Women, Men and Marriage. Partners Becoming Parents London: Sheldon In this chapter the relationship between family structure and process is considered. Attention is focused on processes of fusion and differentiation that accompany the parenting cycle and affect adult partnerships.
A contemporary view of the Oedipal situation is invoked to answer the question raised by the chapter title, which reverts attention to the relationship between the process raised at the outset. Sheldon This books examines the interplay between partnering and parenting roles from different professional perspectives. Two fundamental questions are addressed: It is based on a series of public lectures organised by the Tavistock Marital Studies Institute.
Edinburgh Marriage Counselling Scotland Published as one of a series of public lectures commissioned by Marriage Counselling Scotland on the occasion of the International Year of the Family, this paper considers the relationship-cum-institution of marriage as situated on the boundary between public and private worlds, and past and present realities, and considers its changing social and personal functions.
A reply to the paper from the Hon Lord Clyde is included in the book. Towards a New Paradigm Sexual and Marital Therapy 11 4 A critical summary of three paradigms commonly used in relation to thinking about strategies for preventing marriage breakdown; the policing, medical and educational models.
The consultative model is proposed as a fourth paradigm and an area where there is considerable potential for development. The dictionary will contain not only definitions but also mini essays of up to one thousand words summarising key issues in relation to the main entries.
Christopher Clulow has been commissioned by the SPCK to submit thirteen entries in the field of marriage and couple work. It considers communication patterns in partnerships as function of gender and as a reflection of attachment entee that transcend gender. It considers communication patterns in partnerships as a function of gender and as a reflection of attachment styles that transcend gender.
Blackwell Encyclopaedia entry defining marriage and relationship counselling. No Fault or Flaw: Jordan An examination of how changing judicial procedures might affect interdisciplinary relationships in the family justice system. A critique of the measures in the Family Law Act aimed at supporting marriage, focusing on psychological processes and their potential for affecting how proposed procedures might work out.
Integrity and Brokenness Edinburgh: An overview of changes affecting the public and private faces of marriage, assessing its contemporary purposes and focusing on psychological functions of the couple relationships.