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  1. Lecture one - Introduction 7 items
    1. An introduction to systemic therapy with individuals: a social constructionist approach - Fran Hedges, Ebook Central 2005 (electronic resource)

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    2. Family therapy: an overview - Irene Goldenberg, Herbert Goldenberg c2008

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    3. Family therapy: 100 key points and techniques - Mark Rivett, Eddy Street, Taylor & Francis 2009 (electronic resource)

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    4. The Changing family life cycle: a framework for family therapy - Elizabeth A. Carter, Monica McGoldrick c1989

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    5. Basic family therapy - Barker, Philip c2007

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    6. Basic family therapy - Barker, Philip, Chang, Jeff, Wiley Online Library EBS. 2013 (electronic resource)

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    7. Family therapy: 100 key points and techniques - Mark Rivett, Eddy Street, Taylor & Francis 2009 (electronic resource)

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  2. Lecture two - Key concepts in systemic therapy 5 items
    1. Being with older people: a systemic approach - Glenda Fredman, Eleanor Anderson, Joshua Stott, Ebook Central 2010 (electronic resource)

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    2. Family therapy: first steps towards a systemic approach - John B. Burnham 1986

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    3. The Color-Coded Timeline Trauma Genogram - Karin Jordan 2004

      Article Recommended reading

  3. Lecture three - Difference, part one 10 items
    1. Gender and family therapy - Charlotte Burck, Gwyn Daniel 1995

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    2. Lesbians, gay men and family therapy: a contradiction in terms? - Malley Maeve, Tasker Fiona 2002/12/16

      Article Essential reading

    3. Being with older people: a systemic approach - Glenda Fredman, Eleanor Anderson, Joshua Stott, Ebook Central 2010 (electronic resource)

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    4. Counselling in a multicultural society - Palmer, Stephen, Laungani, Pittu 1999

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    5. Meeting the needs of ethnic minority children - including refugee, black and mixed parentage children: a handbook for professionals - Kedar Nath Dwivedi, Kedar Nath Dwivedi, Ved P. Varma, Ebook Central 2002 (electronic resource)

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    6. Constructing ‘the family’ across culture - Reenee Singh 11/2009

      Article Recommended reading

  4. Lecture four - Difference, part two 4 items
    1. Gender and family therapy - Charlotte Burck, Gwyn Daniel 1995

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    2. Family therapy: an overview - Irene Goldenberg, Herbert Goldenberg c2008

      Book Essential reading

    3. Race, racism and systemic supervision - Pendry Nick 2011/11/30

      Article Recommended reading

  5. Lecture five - Systemic models 9 items
    1. An introduction to family therapy: systemic theory and practice - Rudi Dallos, Ros Draper 2005

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    2. Family therapy: an overview - Irene Goldenberg, Herbert Goldenberg c2008

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    3. Systemic therapy with individuals - Luigi Boscolo, Paolo Bertrando 1996

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    4. Uncommon therapy: the psychiatric techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D - Jay Haley 1993, c1986

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    5. Families and family therapy - Salvador Minuchin 1977

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    6. Family systems therapy: developments in the Milan-Systemic therapies - Elsa Jones c1993

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  6. Lecture six - Techniques of systemic therapy, part one 11 items
    1. An introduction to systemic therapy with individuals: a social constructionist approach - Fran Hedges, Ebook Central 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential reading

    2. The Evolution Of Circular Questions: Training Family Therapists - Fleuridas Colette, Nelson Thorana S., Rosenthal David M. 2007/06/08

      Article Recommended reading

    3. Pragmatics of human communication: a study of interactional patterns, pathologies, and paradoxes - Paul Watzlawick, Janet Beavin Bavelas, Don D. Jackson c1967

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    4. An introduction to family therapy: systemic theory and practice - Rudi Dallos, Ros Draper 2005

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    5. A comparison of two systemic family therapy reflecting team interventions - Pippa Mitchell, Paul Rhodes, Andrew Wallis, Val Wilson 08/2014

      Article Recommended reading

  7. Lecture seven - Techniques of systemic therapy, part two 5 items
    1. An introduction to systemic therapy with individuals: a social constructionist approach - Fran Hedges, Ebook Central 2005 (electronic resource)

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    2. Death talk: conversations with children and families - Glenda Fredman, Tom Anderson, Ebook Central 1997

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  8. Lecture eight - Third phase of systemic therapy 13 items
    1. Narrative means to therapeutic ends - Michael White, David Epston 1990

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    2. Gender and family therapy - Charlotte Burck, Gwyn Daniel 1995

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    3. Systemic therapy and attachment narratives: applications in a range of clinical settings - Rudi Dallos, Arlene Vetere, Taylor & Francis 2009 (electronic resource)

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    4. Systemic therapy and attachment narratives: applications in a range of clinical setings - Rudi Dallos, Arlene Vetere 2009

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    5. Narrative therapy: making meaning, making lives - Catrina Brown, Tod Augusta-Scott, SAGE Knowledge EBA. c2007 (electronic resource)

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    6. What is narrative therapy?: an easy-to-read introduction - Alice Morgan c2000

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    7. Narrative, Poststructuralism, and Social Justice - Gene Combs, Jill Freedman 10/2012

      Article Recommended reading

    8. Playful approaches to serious problems: narrative therapy with children and their families - Jennifer C. Freeman, David Epston, Dean Lobovits c1997

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    9. Narrative Therapy's Relational Understanding of Identity - Combs Gene, Freedman Jill 2016/05/03

      Article Recommended reading

    10. The person in narrative therapy: a post-structural, Foucauldian account - Michael Guilfoyle, Palgrave Connect 2014 (electronic resource)

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  9. Lecture nine - Solution-focused therapy & Couple work 12 items
    1. Solution focused brief therapy: 100 key points and techniques - Harvey Ratner, Evan George, Chris Iveson, Taylor & Francis 2012 (electronic resource)

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    2. STEVE DE SHAZER AND THE FUTURE OF SOLUTION‐FOCUSED THERAPY - Trepper Terry S., Dolan Yvonne, McCollum Eric E., Nelson Thorana 2007/05/01

      Article Recommended reading

    3. Solution-focused therapy - Bill O'Connell, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2016

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    4. Solution-Focused Supervision: A Resource-Oriented Approach to Developing Clinical Expertise - Frank N. Thomas, SpringerLink eBook Collection 2013 (electronic resource)

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    5. Solution-focused therapy: theory, research & practice - Alasdair J. Macdonald, SAGE Knowledge EBA. 2011 (electronic resource)

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    6. Couple therapy: the self in the relationship - Crawley, Jim, Grant, Jan 2008

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    7. Intercultural couples: exploring diversity in intimate relationships - Karis, Terri A., Killian, Kyle D. c2009

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    8. Doing couple therapy: integrating theory with practice - Toby Bobes, Barbara Rothman 2002

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    9. Couples in conflict: a family systems approach to marriage counseling - Ronald W. Richardson c2010

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  10. Lecture ten - Legal, ethical and professional issues in systemic therapy 8 items
    1. Integrating family therapy: handbook of family psychology and systems theory - Richard H. Mikesell, Don-David Lusterman, Susan H. McDaniel, PsycBOOKS. c1995 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential reading

    2. Integrating family therapy: handbook of family psychology and systems theory - Richard H. Mikesell, Don-David Lusterman, Susan H. McDaniel c1995

      Book Essential reading

    3. Competences and occupational standards for systemic family and couples therapy - Peter Stratton, Janet Reibstein, Judith Lask, Reenee Singh 05/2011

      Article Recommended reading

    4. Domestic violence and family safety: a systemic approach to working with violence in families - Jan Cooper, Arlene Vetere, Wiley Online Library EBS., Wiley InterScience (Online service) 2005

      Book Recommended reading

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