An excellent resource, this practice-oriented journal presents ideas that are provocative and methods that work with families, individuals, and groups. Journal of Systemic Therapies explores the latest concepts in such areas as the brief therapies, solution-focused models, relational, therapeutic conversations, and narrative therapy. This journal is a solid teaching tool, accessibly written with a major focus on techniques. Topics addressed in recent issues include:
Narrative ideas in family-centered services
Process illumination and the reflecting team
Solution-oriented classroom management for young children
The journal offers clinically relevant, reader-friendly articles, as well as interviews with leading clinicians in the field. Special issues focus on important topics, such as Process Ethics, Reflecting Teams, and Cross-Cultural Narratives.
"One of the most exciting publications in the field today. It offers effective, alternative solutions to therapy issues of immediate concern. Perhaps most important, the journal presents a great deal of case material from working therapists that clinicians will find to be of immediate usefulness in their work."
-Evan Imber-Black, PhD
"JST is a wonderful resource for marriage and family therapy (MFT) course instruction. Being topic-focused, the journal provides depth and breadth for MFT students seeking information on specific practice areas and issues. It is a 'must' for all MFT training programs."
-Volker Thomas, PhD, Associate Professor and Director, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Department of Child Development and Family Studies, Purdue UniversityEditorial Board
Edited by Jim Duvall, MEd, RSW
Special Sections Editors
Jim Hibel, PhD
Anne Rambo, PhD
Jeff Carter, PhD
Pat Shelenko, BSW
Editorial Review Board:
Makungu M. Akinyela, PhD, Tod Augusta-Scott, MSW, Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, PhD, Monte Bobele, PhD, Laurie Charles, PhD, Maureen Duffy, PhD, Jill Freedman, MSW, Diane R. Gehart, PhD, Martha Gonsalves-Marquez, PhD, Mark McKergow, PhD, John Miller, PhD, LMFT, David Paré, PhD, marcela polanco, PhD, Tom Strong, PhD, Lance Taylor, MSc, RPsych, Frank Thomas, PhD, LMFT, Kate Warner, PhD, John Winslade, PhD, Karen Young, MSW
Send us papers illustrating innovative ideas and demonstrating your cutting edge clinical practice methods. Journal of Systemic Therapies explores the latest ideas in such areas as the brief therapies, solution-focused models, relational, therapeutic conversations, and narrative therapy.