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Course Readings

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Anderson, H., & Goolishian, H. (1988). Human systems as linguistic systems: Preliminary and evolving ideas about the implications for clinical theory. Family Process, 27(4), 371-393.

Brown, F. (2004). Scientific narratives and ADHD. Clinical Psychology, 40, 17-20. 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.

Fillingham, L. (1993). Foucault for beginners. New York: Writers and Readers Publishing, Inc. (Intro and Ch. 1). 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.

Foucault, M. (2003). Madness and Society. In P. Rabinow & N. Rose (Eds.), The Essential Foucault: Selections from Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984 (pp. 370-376). New York, NY: The New Press.

Goolishian, H. (1988). Constructivism, autopoiesis, and problem determined systems.  The Irish Journal of Psychology, 9(1), 130-143. 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.

Hoffman, L. (1988). A constructivist position for family therapy. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 9(1), 110-129. 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.

Iversen, R.R., Gergen, K. J. &  Fairbanks, R. P. (2005). Assessment and Social Construction: Conflict or Co-Creation? British Journal of Social Work, 35(5), 689-708.

Keeney, B. & Sprenkle, D. (1982). Ecosystemic epistemology: Critical implications for the aesthetics and pragmatics of family therapy. Family Process, 21(1), 1-19.

Larner, G. (2004). Family therapy and the politics of evidence. Journal of Family Therapy, 26(1), 17-39.

Linares, J. (2001). Does history end with postmodernism? Toward an ultramodern family therapy. Family Process, 40(4), 401-412.

Madigan, S. (n.d.). Chitter-Chatter: The language of our lives—Therapeutic conversations with internalized problem dialogues.  www.yaletownfamilytherapy.com 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.

Parry, A. (1991). A universe of stories. Family Process, 30(1), 37-54.

Raskin, J. D. (2002). Constructivism in psychology: Personal construct psychology, radical constructivism, and social constructionism. American Communication Journal, 5(3), 1-25.

Rosen, H. (1996). Meaning-making narratives: Foundations for constructivist and social constructionist psychotherapies. In H. Rosen, & K. Kuehlwein (Eds.), Constructing realities: Meaning-making perspectives for psychotherapists. (pp. 3-51). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Timimi, S. (2004). Helping children and adolescents who could be diagnosed with ADHD and their families: Oscillating between modernist and post-modernist perspectives. Clinical Psychology, 40, 24-27. 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.

Timimi, S. & Radcliffe, N. (2005). The rise and rise of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Public Mental Health, 4(2), 9-13.

White, M. (1997). Narrative therapy and poststructuralism. In White, M., Narratives of therapist’s lives. Adelaide, AU. Dulwich Centre Publications. pp. 220-231. 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.