Systemic Therapy with Individuals (Systemic Thinking and by Luigi Boscolo

By Luigi Boscolo

Till lately, systemic treatment has been pointed out with relations remedy. This not applies; the systemic procedure and its ideas can now be used - with revenue - in remedy with members. This ebook introduces and describes the 1st variation of the systemic version to the person context.

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A t the end of the 1980s, the authors of this book, while still working mainly with families and couples, began to develop a deeper interest in individual therapy. They were impelled by 1 Since the beginning of the 1970s, the senior author had been conducting individual therapies on his own, experimenting, from time to time, with ideas and techniques stemming from the teamwork with systemic family therapy. 1 WORKING SYSTEMICALLY 43 the same kind of curiosity that had characterized the earlier Milan Team's stimulating and profitable excursion into the new and (at least in Italy) little-explored territory of family and couple therapy.

1. Adolescents or young adults who have terminated a family or couple therapy, and have more or less resolved the fam­ ily conflicts responsible for the collective or individual dis­ tress, but could benefit from individual therapy for dealing with problems outside the family and dilemmas about their identity and their future. (See the case of Bruno K. ) 2 2. Adolescents or young adults who, from the beginning, refuse family therapy. (See the case of Giorgio B. ) Pre-adolescent children, however, are best treated with family therapy or, sometimes, by working only with the parents in order to avoid the effects of attaching a pathologi­ cal label onto the children.

That is, the world is seen as language... in post structuralist thought, our world, our social context is seen as created by language, by w o r d s . . von Glasersfeld's radical constructivism is not radical enough; it seems to draw, once again, the methodo­ logical boundary around the client, who is the individual cognizing subject. . A more radical interactional constructivism is needed, when the methodological boundary is drawn around the therapeutic situation. A social or interactional theory of knowledge, such as developed by Wittgenstein,...

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