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SFTD/DMFT 5020: Systematic Family Therapy II: Home

Dr. James Hibel

Course Readings

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Carey, M., Walther, S., & Russell, S. (2009). The absent but implicit: A map to support therapeutic inquiry. Family Process, 48(3), 319-331.

Denborugh, D. (2006). Stories from a Robben Island: A report from a journey of healing. In Author (Ed.), Trauma (pp. 205-227). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

Duvall, J. & Young, K. (2009). Keeping faith: A conversation with Michael White. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 28(1), 1-18.

Hibel, J. & Polanco, M. (2010). Tuning the ear: Listening in narrative therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 29(1), 51-67.

Maisel, R., Epston, D., & Borden, A. (2004). Manners of speaking. In Maisel, R., Epston, D., & Borden, A. (Eds.), Biting the hand that starves you. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

Myerhoff, B. (1982). Life history among the elderly: Performance, visibility and re-membering. In Ruby, J. (Ed.), A crack in the mirror: Reflexive perspectives in anthropology (pp. 99-117). Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

White, M. (1989). Negative expalantion, restraint, & double description: A template for family therapy. In White, M. Selected papers. Adalaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (1992). Deconstruction and therapy. In Epston, D., & White, M. (Eds.), Experience, contradiction, narrative and imagination: Selected papers of David Epston & Michael White. (pp. 109 – 151). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (1995). The Narrative perspective in therapy. In White, M., Re-  authoring lives: Interviews and essays (pp. 11 – 40). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (1995). Outside expert knowledge. In White, M., Re-authoring lives: Interviews and essays (pp.60 – 81). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (1995). Therapeutic documents revisited. In White, M., Re-authoring lives: Interviews and essays (pp. 199 – 213). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (2002). Narrative practice and the unpacking of identity conclusions. In White, M., Narrative practice and exotic lives: Resurrecting diversity in everyday life     (pp. 109 – 151). Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (2003). Narrative practice and community assignments. The International Journal of Narrative therapy and Community Work. 3, 19-55. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White, M. (2002). Addressing personal failure.  The International Journal of Narrative therapy and Community Work. 3, 27-76. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.

White M., & Epston D. (1990).  Chapter 1: Story, knowledge and power. In White, M. & Epston, D. Narrative means to therapeutic ends (pp. 1 – 37). New York: W.W. Norton & Company. Due to copyright restrictions, this reading has been placed on print reserve. You can check out this reading at the Alvin Sherman Library circulation desk.