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systemagazin Zeitschriftenarchiv: Journal of Family Therapy Heft 1/2009
1/2009 - 2/2009  - 3/2009 - 4/2009 - Übersicht


Rivett, Mark (2009): Editorial: Creativity and effectiveness in family therapy. In: Journal of Family Therapy 31(1): S. 1-2


Carr, Alan (2009): The effectiveness of family therapy and systemic interventions for child-focused problems. In: Journal of Family Therapy 31(1): S. 3-45.

abstract: This review updates a similar paper published in the Journal of Family Therapy in 2001. It presents evidence from meta-analyses, systematic literature reviews and controlled trials for the effectiveness of systemic interventions for families of children and adolescents with various difficulties. In this context, systemic interventions include both family therapy and other family-based approaches such as parent training. The evidence supports the effectiveness of systemic interventions either alone or as part of multimodal programmes for sleep, feeding and attachment problems in infancy; child abuse and neglect; conduct problems (including childhood behavioural difficulties, ADHD, delinquency and drug abuse); emotional problems (including anxiety, depression, grief, bipolar disorder and suicidality); eating disorders (including anorexia, bulimia and obesity); and somatic problems (including enuresis, encopresis, recurrent abdominal pain, and poorly controlled asthma and diabetes).


Carr, Alan (2009): The effectiveness of family therapy and systemic interventions for adult-focused problems. In: Journal of Family Therapy 31(1): S. 46-74.

abstract: This review updates a similar paper published in this Journal in 2000. It presents evidence from meta-analyses, systematic literature reviews and controlled trials for the effectiveness of couples and family therapy for adults with various relationship and mental health problems. The evidence supports the effectiveness of systemic interventions, either alone or as part of multimodal programmes, for relationship distress, psychosexual problems, domestic violence, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, alcohol abuse, schizophrenia and adjustment to chronic physical illness.


Northey, William F. (2009): Commentary: Effectiveness research: a view from the USA. In: Journal of Family Therapy 31(1): S. 75-84.


Clarke, Grania & Alan Rowan (2009): Looking again at the team dimension in systemic psychotherapy: is attending to group process a critical context for practice? In: Journal of Family Therapy 31(1): S. 85-107.

abstract: Team work and group supervision are essential features of the systemic model, yet there is surprisingly little literature on the impact of group process on both group supervision and team-based therapy. Beginning with two vignettes which evoke some aspects of group process and are based on the personal experiences of the authors, this paper will review the literature on working in teams from within a systemic perspective.1Early models of teams and group processes within the literature will be criticized for their over-reliance on technique; more recent models for their over-reliance on collaboration. It will be argued that some systemic approaches to understanding teams can lead to group process issues becoming marginalized and covert, and therefore inevitably more difficult to address. However, viewing supervision groups as 'social constructions' is seen as a position offering more possibilities and, it will be argued, opens a pathway to embracing ideas from within psychoanalytic thinking on group process. Here ideas on group functioning, including the theories of, for example, Foulkes and Bion will be briefly reviewed and their implications for helping both supervisors and teams conceptualize group process discussed.



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