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Brief strategic therapy

by Giorgio Nardone

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Published by J. Aronson in Northvale .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Strategic therapy,
  • Brief psychotherapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

    StatementGiorgio Nardone, Paul Watzlawick.
    ContributionsWatzlawick, Paul.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC489.S76 N373 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6792219M
    ISBN 100765702800
    LC Control Number00056939

    Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is a family-based intervention designed to prevent and treat child and adolescent behavior problems. The goal of BSFT is to improve a youth’s behavior by improving family interactions that are presumed to be directly related to the child’s symptoms, thus reducing risk factors and strengthening. Building on Watzlawick's observations of certain similarities between judo and brief strategic therapy, this paper develops theoretic and pragmatic parallels between brief strategic therapy and a sophisticated martial art system, Aikido. After presenting the contextual similarities of the two conceptual systems as parallel “challenges” to Cited by:

    Substance buse and Mental Health Services dministration. Center for Substance buse Treatment. Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies for. Brief Strategic Family Therapy is a form of therapy that is structured, culturally sensitive, problem focused, practical and most of all family-centered. It is an evidence-based rehab program, especially suitable for women addicts or alcoholics since the whole family is involved in the recovery process.

      As described here, brief strategic couple therapy is an extension of the “brief problem-focused therapy”* developed over 40 years ago by Richard Fisch, John Weakland, Paul Watzlawick, and their colleagues at the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, CA (Weakland et al. ; Watzlawick et al. ; Fisch et al. ).The hallmark of this approach is conceptual and technical. Brief Strategic Psychotherapy has, over time, evolved from the study of psychological problems, to the study of therapeutic solutions and how they are effective. These interventions have been found successful for a wide range of psychopathological issues with an average 88% success rate.


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--The book presents a rigorous yet self-corrective model (comprising of strategies, communication techniques and therapeutic relationship maneuvers) designed through experimental-empirical Cited by: Doing What Works in Brief Therapy: A Strategic Brief strategic therapy book Focused Approach is both a set of procedures for the therapist and a philosophy– one that is shared with clients and one that guides the work of the therapist.

This second edition continues its excellence in offering clinicians a guide to doing what works in brief therapy- for whom, and when and how to use it.5/5(7). Therapy Manuals for Drug Addiction (Manual 5: Brief Strategic Family Therapy for Adolescent Drug Abuse) by Jose Szapocznik, Olga Hervis, Seth Schwartz et al | Jan 1, Paperback.

This book describes Brief Strategic Family Therapy, a strengths-based model for diagnosing and correcting interaction patterns that are linked to troublesome symptoms in children ages 6 to Pages: The first of its kind, Doing What Works in Brief Therapy is a guidebook to strategic solution focused therapy, a model which combines the principles and techniques of the Mental Research Institute's brief strategic therapy and the Brief Family Therapy Center's solution focused therapy.

The book explains how the strategic emphasis on clarification of the Brief strategic therapy book and interruption of what does not work can. "Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is a strengths based model for diagnosing and changing repetitive patterns of behavior that cause friction in families.

This clinical guide to BSFT shows how practitioners can transform family interactions from conflictive to collaborative, from habitual to proactive, so the love trapped behind anger can. Brief therapy is psychoeducational. It teaches clients skills that they can easily use in their lives.

For clients who have been previously in therapy it can feel impersonal and business-like, because therapy is no longer a place to let your hair down, pause, and reflect on your life. This book is a superb primer on brief strategic therapy, written in sharp prose with a depth of discussion and philosophical understanding that illustrates well the methodology and theory underpinning this strategic model that has evolved from the MRI brief therapy approach/5(4).

approaches, Brief Strategic Family Therapy ® (BSFT), is brief, problem focused, and practical. We incorporated the structural model because our families were overwhelmed with multiple problems, and one of the extraordinary features of structural family therapy is that it.

In solution-focused brief therapy, the client is encouraged to determine the length of time needed between sessions. This approach helps the client take ownership of the process and recognize his power to control change (realizing that one has the power to choose often is the solution itself).

This book puts forward a complete picture of Brief Strategic Therapy while defining the theoretical and practical features that distinguish this method from other psychotherapies.

The authors present a comprehensive explanation of non-ordinary Mathematical Logic, which underlies brief strategic therapy techniques, to reveal how apparently Format: Paperback.

This book puts forward a complete picture of Brief Strategic Therapy while defining the theoretical and practical features that distinguish this method from other psychotherapies. The authors present a comprehensive explanation of non-ordinary Mathematical Logic, which underlies brief strategic therapy techniques, to reveal how apparently.

Doing What Works in Brief Therapy: A Strategic Solution Focused Approach is both a set of procedures for the therapist and a philosophy– one that is shared with clients and one that guides the work of the therapist.

This second edition continues its excellence in offering clinicians a guide to doing what works in brief therapy- for whom, and. BRIEF DESCRIPTION Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is a short-term, problem-focused therapeutic intervention, targeting children and adolescents 6 to 17 years old, that improves youth behavior by eliminating or reducing drug use and its associated behavior problems and that changes theFile Size: KB.

Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is a brief intervention used to treat adolescent drug use that occurs with other problem behaviors. These co-occurring problem behaviors include conduct problems at home and at school, oppositional behavior, delinquency, associatingCited by: Giorgio Nardone, founder of the Strategic Therapy Centre of Arezzo (where he carries out his activities as a psychotherapist and coach) along with Paul Watzlawick, of which he is the only direct pupil and successor, is considered the most prominent figure in the tradition of the Palo Alto School.

Pertaining to the new book, Brief Strategic Family Therapy, here are commentaries: " This book is a must read for every clinician who works with families." - Adrian J.

Blow, PhD. "Advanced Brief Strategic Therapy: An overview of interventions with eating disorders to exemplify how theory and practice work." European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling Nardone, G.

and C. Portelli (). Knowing through changing: The Evolution of Brief Strategic Therapy, Crown House Publishing : Giada Pietrabissa, Gian Mauro Manzoni, Martina Ceccarini, Gianluca Castelnuovo. This book puts forward a complete picture of Brief Strategic Therapy while defining the theoretical and practical features that distinguish this method from other psychotherapies.3/5(6).

BRIEF now delivers therapy, counselling, coaching and supervision on the phone and on-line. Increasing numbers of people are now choosing to access our services in this way and our experience is that this is just as effective as face to face work.

Historic Notes on Brief Strategic Therapy Giorgio Nardone ¹ Abstract This is a short exposition of the historic milestones of Brief Strategic therapy and its evolution over the years.

The first model of brief strategic therapy was formulated by the famous group of scientists of the Mental Research Institute in collaboration with Milton Size: 89KB.Brief strategic family therapy is an effective, evidence-based approach to working with families of children and adolescents that are in crisis.

Such families often come to therapy unwillingly or as a last resort, after they have exhausted all other options.Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT), an intervention developed over the past 30 years at the Center for Family Studies of the University of Miami.

BSFT is specifically designed to provide families with the tools to overcome adolescent behavior problems and the family dysfunction that often accompanies these adolescent problems through: 1) focused.