VALUES IN CONFLICT: CHALLENGES TO FAMILY THERAPISTS' THINKING

@inproceedings{Bograd1992VALUESIC,
  title={VALUES IN CONFLICT: CHALLENGES TO FAMILY THERAPISTS' THINKING},
  author={Michele Bograd},
  year={1992}
}
Our familiar and comfortable family therapy theories were not designed to deal with violence and may help maintain our collective avoidance. Our formulations appear to make violence more manageable than it is and demonstrate our naivete. The limitations of therapeutic neutrality are explored as are the dangers inherent in some of our interventions. Effective amelioration of family violence requires linkages to larger systems.-Editor. 

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