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    1. Kasarabada, ND; Hser, YI; Parker, L; Hall, E; Anglin, MD; Chang, E
      A self-administered instrument for assessing therapeutic approaches of drug-user treatment counselors

      SUBSTANCE USE & MISUSE
    2. LaSala, MC
      The importance of partners to lesbians' intergenerational relationships

      SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH
    3. Deas, D; Thomas, SE
      An overview of controlled studies of adolescent substance abuse treatment

      AMERICAN JOURNAL ON ADDICTIONS
    4. Toumbourou, JW; Blyth, A; Bamberg, J; Forer, D
      Early impact of the BEST intervention for parents stressed by adolescent substance abuse

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY & APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Hodge, DR
      Spiritual genograms: A generational approach to assessing spirituality

      FAMILIES IN SOCIETY-THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SERVICES
    6. Gurman, AS
      Brief therapy and family/couple therapy: An essential redundancy

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    7. Rohrbaugh, MJ; Shoham, V
      Brief therapy based on interrupting ironic processes: The Palo Alto model

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    8. Wiedemann, G; Hahlweg, K; Muller, U; Feinstein, E; Hank, G; Dose, M
      Effectiveness of targeted intervention and maintenance pharmacotherapy in conjunction with family intervention in schizophrenia

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Thomasius, R; Weiler, D; Sack, PM; Schindler, A; Gemeinhardt, B; Schuhbert, C; Kustner, U
      Validity of operationalized psychodynamic diagnostics (OPD) in the field of family therapy with adolescent and young adult drug addicts

      PSYCHOTHERAPIE PSYCHOSOMATIK MEDIZINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
    10. Schwarz, F
      Psychotherapy of psychoses

      PSYCHOTHERAPEUT
    11. Retzlaff, R; Henningsen, P; Spranger, M; Janssen, B; Spranger, S
      Predictive genetic testing for Huntington's chorea

      PSYCHOTHERAPEUT
    12. Kissman, K; Tunney, K
      Preparing students for family practice

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    13. Negretti, MA; Wieling, E
      The use of communication technology in private practice: Ethical implications and boundary dilemmas in therapy

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    14. Laitila, A; Aaltonen, J; Wahlstrom, J; Angus, L
      Narrative process coding system in marital and family therapy: An intensive case analysis of the formation of a therapeutic system

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    15. Protinsky, H; Flemke, K; Sparks, J
      EMDR and emotionally oriented couples therapy

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    16. Christensen, LL; Miller, RB
      The practice of marriage and family therapists with managed care clients

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    17. Lawless, JJ; Gale, JE; Bacigalupe, G
      The discourse of race and culture in family therapy supervision: A conversation analysis

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    18. Werner-Wilson, RJ
      Experiential exercises in MFT training: Gender, power, and diversity

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    19. Lee, RE; Stacks, AM
      The factor structure of the Beavers Interactional Scales revisited

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    20. Barletta, J
      An uncommon family therapist: A conversation with Maurizio Andolfi

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    21. Lantz, J
      Depression, existential family therapy, and Viktor Frankl's dimensional ontology

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    22. Hope, LB; Milewski-Hertlein, KA; Rodriguez, A
      Removing the gag that binds: An examination of therapeutic implications ofpolitical correctness

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    23. Lee, RE; Eppler, C; Kendal, N; Latty, C
      Critical incidents in the professional lives of first year MFT students

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    24. Hendrix, CC; Fournier, DG; Briggs, K
      Impact of co-therapy teams on client outcomes and therapist training in marriage and family therapy

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    25. Larson, JH; Parks, AA; Harper, JM; Heath, VA
      A psychometric evaluation of the family rules from the past questionnaire

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    26. Dakof, GA; Tejeda, M; Liddle, HA
      Predictors of engagement in adolescent drug abuse treatment

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    27. Scharff, JS; Scharff, DE
      Scharffs' application of Hopper's concept: "Incohesion: Aggregation/massification" - A discussion of "Difficult patients in group analysis: The personification of I : AM", a paper by Earl Hopper, Ph.D.

      GROUP
    28. Schwartz, SJ; Liddle, HA
      The transmission of psychopathology from parents to offspring: Developmentand treatment in context

      FAMILY RELATIONS
    29. Hill, MR; Mamalakis, PM
      Family therapists and religious communities: Negotiating dual relationships

      FAMILY RELATIONS
    30. Zimmerman, TS; Holm, KE; Haddock, SA
      A decade of advice for women and men in the best-selling self-help literature

      FAMILY RELATIONS
    31. Stein, MT; Coleman, WL; Epstein, RM
      "We've tried everything and nothing works": Family-centered pediatrics andclinical problem-solving

      JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS
    32. Stein, MT; Diller, L; Resnikoff, R
      ADHD, divorce, and parental disagreement about the diagnosis and treatment

      JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS
    33. Palmer, R; Bor, R
      The challenges to intimacy and sexual relationships for gay men in HIV serodiscordant relationships: A pilot study

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    34. Zimmerman, TS; Helm, KE; Starrels, ME
      A feminist analysis of self-help bestsellers for improving relationships: A decade review

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    35. Echevarria-Doan, S
      Resource-based reflective consultation: Accessing client resources throughinterviews and dialogue

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    36. Storm, CL; Todd, TC; Sprenkle, DH; Morgan, MM
      Gaps between MFT supervision assumptions and common practice: Suggested best practices

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    37. Vatcher, CA; Bogo, M
      The feminist/emotionally focused therapy practice model: An integrated approach for couple therapy

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    38. Locke, LD; McCollum, EE
      Clients' views of live supervision and satisfaction with therapy

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    39. Russell, GFM
      Involuntary treatment in anorexia nervosa

      PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    40. Buchanan, M; Dzelme, K; Harris, D; Hecker, L
      Challenges of being simultaneously gay or lesbian and spiritual and/or religious: A narrative perspective

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    41. Rotunda, RJ; Doman, K
      Partner enabling of substance use disorders: Critical review and future directions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    42. Dawson, MD; Brucker, PS
      The utility of the Delphi method in MFT research

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    43. Milewski-Hertlein, KA
      The use of a socially constructed genogram in clinical practice

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    44. Anderson, H
      Postmodern collaborative and person-centred therapies: what would Carl Rogers say?

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    45. Woodcock, J
      Threads from the labyrinth: therapy with survivors of war and political oppression

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    46. Amundson, JK
      Why narrative therapy need not fear science and 'other' things

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    47. Reimers, S
      Understanding alliances. How can research inform user-friendly practice?

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    48. Broderick, CB
      An autobiographical sketch - Carlfred B. Broderick

      MARRIAGE AND FAMILY REVIEW
    49. Leone, CM
      Toward a more optimal selfobject milieu: Family psychotherapy from the perspective of self psychology

      CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK JOURNAL
    50. Muck, R; Zempolich, KA; Titus, JC; Fishman, M; Godley, MD; Schwebel, R
      An overview of the effectiveness of adolescent substance abuse treatment models

      YOUTH & SOCIETY
    51. Hyde, JA
      Bipolar illness and the family

      PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY
    52. Stein, MT; Coleman, WL; Epstein, RM
      "We've tried everything and nothing works": Family-centered pediatrics andclinical problem-solving

      PEDIATRICS
    53. Stein, MT; Diller, L; Resnikoff, R
      ADHD, divorce, and parental disagreement about the diagnosis and treatment

      PEDIATRICS
    54. Waldron, HB; Slesnick, N; Brody, JL; Turner, CW; Peterson, TR
      Treatment outcomes for adolescent substance abuse at 4-and 7-month assessments

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    55. Dare, C; Eisler, I; Russell, G; Treasure, J; Dodge, L
      Psychological therapies for adults with anorexia nervosa - Randomised controlled trial of out-patient treatments

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    56. Strand, PS; Wahler, RG; Herring, M
      The impact of behavior-specific and behavior-nonspecific reinforcement on child compliance to mother directives

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    57. Larner, G
      The critical-practitioner model in therapy

      AUSTRALIAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    58. Blechman, EA; Vryan, KD
      Prosocial family therapy: A manualized preventive intervention for juvenile offenders

      AGGRESSION AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
    59. Gavazzi, SM; Wasserman, D; Partridge, C; Sheridan, S
      The growing up FAST diversion program: An example of juvenile justice program development for outcome evaluation

      AGGRESSION AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
    60. Terry, YM; VanderWaal, CJ; McBride, DC; Van Buren, H
      Provision of drug treatment services in the juvenile justice system: A system reform

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES & RESEARCH
    61. Walin, U; Kronovall, P; Majewski, ML
      Body awareness therapy in teenage anorexia nervosa: Outcome after 2 years

      EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW
    62. Corcoran, J
      Solution-focused family therapy with ethnic minority clients

      CRISIS INTERVENTION AND TIME-LIMITED TREATMENT
    63. Lesser, JG; Eriksen, HE
      Brief treatment with a Vietnamese adolescent: Integrating self psychological and constructivist models

      CRISIS INTERVENTION AND TIME-LIMITED TREATMENT
    64. Freeman, ML
      Incorporating gender issues in practice with the Satir growth model

      FAMILIES IN SOCIETY-THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SERVICES
    65. Williams, RJ; Chang, SY
      A comprehensive and comparative review of adolescent substance abuse treatment outcome

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    66. Corrigan, PW
      Mental health stigma as social attribution: Implications for research methods and attitude change

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    67. Gillham, JE; Shatte, AJ; Freres, DR
      Preventing depression: A review of cognitive-behavioral and family interventions

      APPLIED & PREVENTIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    68. Alanen, YO
      The treatment of schizophrenic disorders with a combination of systemic and psychoanalytically based psychotherapy

      PSYCHOTHERAPEUT
    69. Kaslow, FW
      Continued evolution of family therapy: The last twenty years

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    70. Carson, DK; Chowdhury, A
      Family therapy in India: A new profession in an ancient land?

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    71. Wulff, D; St George, S; Chenail, R
      Searching for family therapy in the rockies: Family therapists meet a paleontologist

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    72. Alfuth, R; Barnard, CP
      Family physicians and family therapists: Understanding the interdependent synergism

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    73. Trepper, TS; McCollum, EE; Dankoski, ME; Davis, SK; LaFazia, MA
      Couples therapy for drug abusing women in an inpatient setting: A pilot study

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    74. Edwards, SA; Bermudez, JM; Canady, DL; Protinsky, HO
      Interviewing a therapist in the presence of a couple: A description of thetherapeutic process

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    75. Meyerstein, I
      Family therapy and alternative medicine: Acupuncture as a case in point

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    76. Lever, H; Gmeiner, A
      Families leaving family therapy after one or two sessions: A multiple descriptive case study

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    77. Johnson, P; Buboltz, WC
      Differentiation of self and psychological reactance

      CONTEMPORARY FAMILY THERAPY
    78. Geist, R; Heinmaa, M; Stephens, D; Davis, R; Katzman, DK
      Comparison of family therapy and family group psychoeducation in adolescents with anorexia nervosa

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    79. Fenton, WS; Schooler, NR
      Editors' introduction: Evidence based psychosocial treatment for schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    80. Frankel, B
      The widening gulf: Group therapy training and traditional training models

      GROUP
    81. Al-Krenawi, A; Graham, JR
      Culturally sensitive social work practice with Arab clients in mental health settings

      HEALTH & SOCIAL WORK
    82. Bukstein, OG
      Disruptive behavior disorders and substance use disorders in adolescents

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS
    83. Stein, MT; Diller, L; Resnikoff, R; Shapiro, HL
      ADHD, divorce, and parental disagreement about the diagnosis and treatment

      JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS
    84. Helmeke, KB; Sprenkle, DH
      Clients' perceptions of pivotal moments in couples therapy: A qualitative study of change in therapy

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    85. Fish, LS
      Hierarchical relationship development parents and children

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    86. Butler, MH; Bird, MH
      Narrative and interactional process for preventing harmful struggle in therapy: An integrative empirical model

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    87. Moules, NJ
      Postmodernism and the sacred: Reclaiming connection in our greater-than-human worlds

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    88. Johnson, S; Lebow, J
      The "coming of age" of couple therapy: A decade review

      JOURNAL OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
    89. Bowman, L; Fine, M
      Client perceptions of couples therapy: Helpful and unhelpful aspects

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    90. Woolley, SR; Butler, MH; Wampler, KS
      Unraveling change in therapy: Three different process research methodologies

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    91. Miller, RB; Johnson, LN; Sandberg, JG; Stringer-Seibold, TA; Gfeller-Strouts, L
      An addendum to the 1997 outcome research chart

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    92. Guanipa, C; Woolley, SR
      Gender biases and therapists' conceptualization of couple difficulties

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    93. Reimers, S
      Triple-mindedness

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    94. Bertrando, P
      Text and context: narrative, postmodernism and cybernetics

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY
    95. Wysocki, T; Harris, MA; Greco, P; Bubb, J; Danda, CE; Harvey, LM; McDonell, K; Taylor, A; White, NH
      Randomized, controlled trial of behavior therapy for families of adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY
    96. O'Dell, S
      Psychotherapy with gay and lesbian families: Opportunities for cultural inclusion and clinical challenge

      CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK JOURNAL
    97. Spillane-Grieco, E
      Cognitive-behavioral family therapy with a family in high-conflict divorce: A case study

      CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK JOURNAL
    98. Warren, K; Wambach, KG; Rubin, A
      Outdated practitioner views - Response to Christensen

      SOCIAL WORK
    99. Cederborg, AC
      The hidden meanings of metaphors in family therapy

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    100. Wilson, GT; Vitousek, KM; Loeb, KL
      Stepped care treatment for eating disorders

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY


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