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Basic introductory toolkit texts

Core texts

Burnham, J. B. (1988) Family therapy: first steps towards a sytemic approach; London: Routledge.

Campbell, D. & Draper, R. (1985) Applications of systemic family therapy: the Milan approach. London: Grune & Stratton.

Dallos, R. (1991) Family belief systems, therapy and change: a constructional approach. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Dallos, R. & Draper, R. (2000) An introduction to family therapy: systemic theory and practice. Buckingham: Open University Press.

McNamee, S. & Gergen, K. (1992) Therapy as Social Construction. London: Sage Publications.

Theodore, J. & Tennenbaum, D.L. (1988) Family assessment: rationale, methods and future directions. London: Plenum Press.

Vetere, A. & Dallos, R. (2003) Working systematically with families: formulation, intervention & evaluation. Karnac.


Basic Principles

Theory of mind



Assessment: Interviewing and formulation


Relationship to other therapies

Case descriptions

New directions

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