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In the Midst of Winter: Systemic Therapy with Families, Couples, and Individuals with AIDS Infection ePub download

by Gillian Walker

  • Author: Gillian Walker
  • ISBN: 0393700879
  • ISBN13: 978-0393700879
  • ePub: 1996 kb | FB2: 1768 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (July 17, 1991)
  • Pages: 384
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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In the Midst of Winter: Systemic Therapy with Families, Couples, and Individuals with AIDS Infection ePub download

Indeed, the AIDS epidemic has hit like a cold blizzard in the gay community and in inner cities afflicted by high levels of drug abuse.

Indeed, the AIDS epidemic has hit like a cold blizzard in the gay community and in inner cities afflicted by high levels of drug abuse. In the Midst of Winterchronicles the brave struggles of families, couples, and individuals The title of this book is taken from Albert Camus, who wrote, "In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me. an invincible summer. Indeed, the AIDS epidemic has hit like a cold blizzard in the gay community and in inner cities afflicted by high levels of drug abuse.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for In the Midst of Winter : Systemic Therapy . This study provides an outline of an American treatment programme for people with AIDS and their network of family, spouses and friends.

This study provides an outline of an American treatment programme for people with AIDS and their network of family, spouses and friends. Topics discussed include physical and mental deterioration, loss and grief, sexuality, secrecy, and the problems of haemophiliacs and children born with AIDS.

Systemic Therapy with Families, Couples, and Individuals with AIDS Infection.

book by Gillian Walker. In the Midst of Winter : Systemic Therapy with Families, Couples, and Individuals with AIDS Infection.

Walker, G. 1991 In the Midst of Winter: Systemic Therapy with Families Couples and Individuals with AIDS Infection. Yalom, I. 1995 The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books. Winnicott, O. 1960 The Theory of the Parent-Child Relationship. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 41: 585–595. Wolfenstein, M. 1969 Loss, Rage and Repetition. The Women's Center, 3320 Rochambeau Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10467.

Gillian Walker's book about therapy with families, couples, and individuals with AIDS, is far more than a how-to book, or a book urging attention to the special social consequences for families with AIDS. It describes the families, the ideas, and the. Project directors Gillian Walker and John Patton, and their colleagues, truly know about the effects of AIDS on families, and they have extensively considered the political and social attitudes that surround treatment and family response. Powerful and practical, immediate and inspiring, it shows the way through the storm to the "invincible summer. see all 2 descriptions). Library descriptions.

Third, AIDS bereavement can become complicated when the grieving person has served as primary caregiver to the . In the midst of winter: Systemic therapy with families, couples, and individuals with AIDS infection.

Third, AIDS bereavement can become complicated when the grieving person has served as primary caregiver to the deceased.

In the Midst of Winter: Counseling Families, Couples, and Individuals with AIDS Infection. Chronicles the brave struggle of families, couples, and individuals caught in that storm and speaks to their strengths even in the bleakest of circumstances. Michele Siegel, Judith Brisman, Margot Weinshel. Harper Collins, 1988, (1997).

Integrative Systemic Therapy (IST) provides a comprehensive and unifying framework for individual, couple, and family .

Integrative Systemic Therapy (IST) provides a comprehensive and unifying framework for individual, couple, and family therapy. In simple fashion, Integrative Systemic Therapy (IST) masterly teases out the complexity of approach and conceptualization, while weaving in a living transforming way thru this extraordinary 21st Century, full of turbulence and phase transition.

"This book is a must for anyone who is doing this work, whether in the medical, nursing, social work, drug abuse, family therapy or mental health fields. There are very few professional books which have touched my soul as deeply." -Nancy Boyd-Franklin, Ph.D. Author, Black Families in Therapy

The title of this book is taken from Albert Camus, who wrote, "In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer." Indeed, the AIDS epidemic has hit like a cold blizzard in the gay community and in inner cities afflicted by high levels of drug abuse. In the Midst of Winter chronicles the brave struggles of families, couples, and individuals caught in that storm and speaks to their strengths, as well as to those of their therapists, even in the bleakest of circumstances. Powerful and practical, immediate and inspiring, it shows the way through the storm to the "invincible summer."
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