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John Byng-Hall is a distinguished, pioneering British family therapist, whose publications and presentations have established him internationally. An associate of John Bowlby at the Tavistock Clinic London (who is credited with the beginnings of family therapy), he has integrated Bowlby's attachment theories with his own ideas of family scripts and myths into family systematic therapy. "Rescripting Family Experience" is a tribute from six psychotherapists connected with him in some way. Each contributer takes a very different pathway: from the later developments in the Tavistock Course and British family therapy; the interface between family systematic and child psychotherapy; script construction and analysis in drama and therapy; the impact of understanding script analysis in general practice; to death and the family script. John Byng-Hall provides an account of his life development as a family therapist, the influence of his own family and his struggle against the debilitation of polio as a young man. This text may cause you to reexamine your professional understanding of the influence of family exeperience - especially your own.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 2002
Edited by John Hills
Country of Publication
Whurr Publishers Ltd
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