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Anderson, Gehart, Preface. Part I: An Invitation to Collaborative Therapy and Beyond. Collaborative Therapy Then and Now. Anderson, A Postmodern Umbrella: Language and Knowledge as Relational and Generative and Inherently Transforming. Anderson, Historical Influences. Anderson, Dialogue: People Creating Meaning "With" Each Other and Finding Ways to Go On. Anderson, Hallmark of Collaborative Therapy: The Philosophical Stance as a "Way of Being". Other Voices: Netting and Expressing. Hoffman, The Art of "Withness": A Bright Idea. Andersen, Human Participating: Human "Being" is the Step for Human "Becoming" in the Next Step. Part II: The Therapy Room. Penn, Listening Voices. Levin, Hearing the Unheard: Advice to Professionals from Women Who Have Been Battered. Fernandez, Cortes, Tarragona, You Make the Path as You Walk: Working Collaboratively with People with Eating Disorders. Andrews, Conversations that Reconnect Elders to their Lives. McDonough, Koch, Collaborating with Parents and Children in Private Practice: Shifting and Overlapping Conversations. Gehart, Creating Space for Children's Voices: A Collaborative Approach to Child and Family Play. Schnitman, Generative Inquiry in Therapy: From Problems to Creativity. Part III: Beyond the Therapy Room. In Social and Institutional Settings. Wagner, Trialogues: A Means to Answerability and Dialogue in a Prison Setting. Haarakangas, Alakare, Aaltonen, Seikkula, Open Dialogue: An Approach to Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Psychosis in Northern Finland. London, Rodriguez-Jazcilevich, The Development of a Collaborative Learning and Therapy Community in an Educational Setting: From Alienation to Invitation. London, Tarragona, Collaborative Therapy and Supervision in a Psychiatric Hospital. Feinsilver, Murphy, Anderson, Women at a Turning Point: A Transformation Feast. Deissler, Dialogues in a Psychiatric Service in Cuba. In Supervision, Education, and Research. McNamee, Relational Practices in Education: Teaching as Conversation. Roth, From the Theory to the Practice of Inquiring Collaboratively: An Exercise in and Clinical Example of an Interviewee-guided Interview. Gardner, Neugebauer, Curious George: Interviews with a Supervisor. Gehart, Tarragona, Bava, A Collaborative Approach to Research and Inquiry. Never-ending Possibilities. M. M. Gergen, K. J. Gergen, Collaboration Without End: The Case of the Positive Aging Newsletter. St. George, Wulff, Collaborating as a Life Style. Index.
Harlene Anderson, Ph.D., is Co-founder of the Houston Galveston Institute in Houston, Texas, and Co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the Taos Institute in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. She is the author of Conversations, Language and Possibilities: A Postmodern Approach to Therapy. Diane R. Gehart, Ph.D., is Associate Professor at California State University, Northridge, and has a private practice in Thousand Oaks, California. She is the co-author of Theory-Based Treatment Planning for Marriage and Family Therapists: Integrating Theory and Practice.
"...articulates the elements of collaborative therapy in a way that is inspiring and transformational for the reader. This book is an invitation to a conversation, a dialogue that can continue beyond its pages, into the reader's professional and personal communities."-Susan H. McDaniel Ph.D., Professor and Director of Family Programs & the Wynne Center for Family Research in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry "This book 'gets us into' entirely new stuff. It takes us 'right inside' the moment-by-moment unfolding details of collaborative processes and, while also telling us about them, shows-lets us experience for ourselves-how these much needed processes in the world today exert their almost magical power to create new and better ways for us 'to go on' together. It's a truly exciting read." -John Shotter, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Communication, University of New Hampshire, author of Conversational Realities and Cultural Politics of Everyday Life "This is the book I have been waiting for. With intellectual rigor wrapped in a language which makes the voice of the authors easily heard, a generous relationship develops between the reader and these brilliant thinkers. A brilliant book, a must for students as well as the seasoned practitioner." -Toby Sigrun Herman, MHR, ECP, President, International Family Therapy Association "Harlene Anderson and Diane Gehart are to be congratulated! They have brought together in one volume a group of leading-edge systemic scholar practitioners and edited an outstanding collection of chapters that will inspire and enthuse generations of trainees, supervisors, and mental health clinicians." -Arlene Vetere, Ph.D., Deputy Director of the PsychD Programme in Clinical Psychology, University of Surrey, UK