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THE THERAPIST'S OWN FAMILY : Toward the Differentiation of Self by  Peter (Editor) Titelman - First Edition, First  Printing - 1987 - from 100 POCKETS and

THE THERAPIST'S OWN FAMILY : Toward the Differentiation of Self

by Titelman, Peter (Editor)

Condition: COLLECTIBLE - NEW/New

Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1987. BRAND NEW & COLLECTIBLE. First Edition, First Printing. Blue endpapers; upper text dyed blue. Anthology. 347 pages, 17 essays followed by index. Chronicles of practicing family therapists' application of the Bowen family systems theory to self-differentiation in their own families. Most articles first published in journals. Psychiatrist, pioneer family therapist of Georgetown Univ Murray Bowen (1913 - 1990) viewed the family as an emotional unit and inheritor of family values of previous generations, and used applied systems thinking to understand family members; gained insight leading to more effective options in solving both individual and societal problems.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover/Stitched. COLLECTIBLE - NEW/New.


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