Articles

The Bells that Ring – A Process for Group Supervision: or what to do when a Client slips from your grasp and becomes owned by Everyone Else in the Room. By Kerry Proctor

Magic Love-Links: Reassurance for Children about Separations -Carol Boland
In Quest of a Heart: A Personal Journey in Working with Violent Men – James McGregor [PDF file]
Stiefel, Ingeborg, Harris, Poppy and Zollmann, Andreas W. F., 2002. Family Constellation – A Therapy Beyond Words, ANZJFT, 23, 1: 38-44.

The Theory and Practice of Family Social Work Since 1880 – Andrew Wood*
Bad Therapy – A Training Technique By Moshe Lang *

The common factors that connect all approaches to family therapy Adapted from Sprenkle, Blow and Dickey, 1999; Miller, Duncan and Johnson, 2000; Walsh, 1998; Seaburn et al, 1995).
The Narrative Dance – A Practice Map for White’s Therapy By Susan Nicholson This paper focuses on the essential aspects and core dimensions underlying White’s Narrative Approach.

PRACTICE EXPERIENCE AND THEORY BOUNDARIES – An argument for theory diversity in family therapy By Carmel Flaskas This paper addresses the relationship of family therapy to its own knowledge, and the relationship between theory and practice experience.
Special debate on training and effectivenss ANZJFT Symposium background paper in PDF format What are the Core Learnings of Family Therapy Glenn Larner, Chris Lobsinger, Malise Arnstein, Amaryll Performing, Bruce McNatty, Kerrie James, Jenny Brown and Sophie Holmes.

Simon Kennedy Can Untrained Clinicians do Effective Psychotherapy? ANZJFT vol 22 no 3
R. Julian Hafner EDITORIAL – Family Therapy, Research and Primary Care ANZJFT 2001 vol 22 no 2
A reply to R. Julian Hafner from Dr Miriam Tisher and Dr Livia Jackson

Letter – comment on the editorial by Julian Hafner by Ian Wilson Senior Lecturer, Department of General PracticeFaculty of Health Sciences, Adelaide University ANZJFT vol 23 no 1

Anne Macvean, Monica McGoldrick, Jan Evans and Jenny Brown Genograms: Is it Time for a Change? ANZJFT Volume 22 NLETTERo 3 September 2001

Andrew Turnell* and Eve Lipchik The Role Of Empathy In Brief Therapy: The Overlooked But Vital Context ANZJFT 1999 vol 20 no 4 pp177-182

Bruce Hart Re-authoring the stories we work by: Situating the narrative approach in the presence of the family of therapists ANZJFT, 1995, vol.16, no. 4, pp. 181-189

Tom Strong Collaborative Influence ANZJFT 2000 vol 21 no 3 pp144-150

George Burns When Watching a Sunset Can Help a Relationship Dawn Anew Nature Guided Therapy for Couple and Families ANZJFT 2000 vol 21 no 4 pp184-190 (PDF )

Tony Vassallo Narrative Group Therapy with the Seriously Mentally Ill: A Case Study ANZJFT Vol. 19, No.1: March 1998.