An excellent resource, this practice-oriented journal presents innovative ideas and approaches for working with children, youth, families and communities. Seeking to inform and extend theory, Journal of Systemic Therapies explores the latest research and practices in such competency-oriented approaches as brief therapies, solution-focused therapy, collaborative dialogical therapies, and narrative therapy. This journal is a solid teaching source, accessibly written with an emphasis on practices that are situated within social justice principles. Topics addressed in recent issues include:
Narrative Supervision as a Social Justice Practice
Narrative Practices and Sandplay: Practice-Based Stories of Collaboration With People Seeking Asylum Held in Mandatory Detention
The Role of Resilience and Resilience Theory in Solution-Focused Practice
As well as reader-friendly articles, the journal offers cutting edge interviews with pioneers in the field. Special issues include important topics, such as; Single-Session Therapy, Reclaiming and Revitalizing Collaborative Practices and Being Change Agents in a Time of Change.
Edited by Jim Duvall, MEd
Special Sections Editor
Anne Rambo, PhD
Jeff Carter, PhD
Pat Shelenko, BSW, RSW
Editorial Review Board:
Makungu M. Akinyela, PhD, Tod Augusta-Scott, MSW, Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, PhD, Monte Bobele, PhD, Catrina Brown, PhD, Laurie Charles, PhD, Maureen Duffy, PhD, Diane R. Gehart, PhD, Sandy Harper-Jaques, RN, MN, RMFT, Martha Gonzalez Marquez, PhD, Mark McKergow, PhD, marcela polanco, PhD, Tom Strong, PhD, Lance Taylor, MSc, RPsych, John Winslade, PhD
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.