The pathological family postwar america and the rise of family therapy cornell studies in the history of psychiatry deborah weinstein isbn 9780801451416 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. As deborah weinstein shows the midcentury expansion of americas therapeutic culture and the postwar fixation on family life profoundly affected one another family therapists and other postwar commentators alike framed the promotion of democracy in the language of personality formation and psychological health forged in the crucible of the family as therapists in this era shifted their clinical gaze to whole families they nevertheless grappled in particular with the role played by . Pwhile iconic popular images celebrated family life during the 1950s and 1960s american families were simultaneously regarded as potentially menacing sources of social disruption the history of family therapy makes the complicated power of the family at midcentury vividly apparent clinicians developed a new approach to psychotherapy that claimed to locate the cause and treatment of mental . At first glance deborah weinsteins study of family therapy traces a very familiar path mental health specialists leave the institutional treatment of severe. Deborah weinsteins meticulous study of family therapys origins charts how family therapists theorized the family as a system challenged the psychoanalytic emphasis on treating individuals and engaged in contentious debates over the relationship between the family system and the environment attuned to the motivations of theorists and practitioners weinstein describes the
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