Journal of Systemic Therapies

Edited by Jim Duvall, MEd, RSW
JST Institute,
Galveston Island, TX

An excellent resource, this practice-oriented journal presents innovative ideas and practices for working with families, individuals, groups and communities. Journal of Systemic Therapies explores the latest concepts in such areas as brief therapies, collaborative dialogic practices, solution-focused models, relational, and narrative practices. This journal is a solid teaching tool, accessibly written with a major focus on practice. Topics addressed in recent issues include:

  • Narrative ideas in family-centered services
  • Re-engaging history with Harlene Anderson: Nosey Rosie goes!
  • Keeping faith: A conversation with Michael White

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, Outsider Witnessing Teams, and Cross-Cultural Narratives.

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