Systemic Thinking and Practice Series
 



This influential series was co-founded in 1989 by series editors David Campbell and Ros Draper to promote innovative applications of systemic theory to psychotherapy, teaching, supervision and organizational consultation. In 2011, Charlotte Burck and Gwyn Daniel became series editors and aim to present new theoretical developments and pioneering practice, to make links with other theoretical approaches, and to promote the relevance of systemic theory to contemporary social and psychological questions.


  Being with Older People
A Systemic Approach

  Creativity in Times of Constraint
A Practitioner's Companion in Mental Health and Social Care

  Emotions and the Therapist
A Systemic-Dialogical Perspective

  Intellectual Disabilities
A Systemic Approach

  Intimate Warfare
Regarding the Fragility of Family Relations

  Multiple Family Therapy
The Marlborough Model and Its Wider Applications

  Organizations Connected
A Handbook of Systemic Consultation

  The Performance of Practice
Enhancing the Repertoire of Therapy with Children and Families

  Reflexive Inquiry
A Framework for Consultancy Practice

  Self in Relationships
Perspectives on Family Therapy from Developmental Psychology

  The Space Between
Experience, Context and Process in the Therapeutic Relationship

  Staying Attached
Fathers and Children in Troubled Times

  Surviving and Thriving in Care and Beyond
Personal and Professional Perspectives

  Systems and Psychoanalysis
Contemporary Integrations in Family Therapy

  The Vibrant Family
A Handbook for Parents and Professionals