Other systemic centres and researchers
The following links may be useful to you
Multifamily Therapy. Mentalization-based therapeutic interventions for families. Depression and Couple Therapy.
Self-Harm in Adolescents and Family Therapy (SHIFT). Manualisation. Outcome reviews.
Therapy Change Processes. Domains Based Analysis of Family Processes. Bi/multilingualism and Therapy.
Sexual and gender diversity. Intersectionality. Measures to assess the developing competence of systemic students and supervisors.
Multisystemic Therapy. Self-Harm in Adolescents and Family Therapy (SHIFT).
Families and Autism. Narratives and Attachment. Eating Disorders and Family Dynamics. Family Belief Systems. Couple Dynamics and Power.
Multisystemic therapy. Self-Harm in Adolescents and Family Therapy (SHIFT). Eating Disorders. Multifamily Therapy.
Childhood Adversities. Processes in Development. Domains Based Analysis of Family Processes. Conduct Disorders.
Cross-Cultural Therapy. Ethnography.
Successful Enduring Partnerships. Illness and Families.
Decolongising Psychotherapy and Counselling Practice - Training - Research
Domains Based Analysis of Family Processes. Adolescent Depression. Maternal Depression.
Manualisation of Couple Therapy for Depression.
Reflexivity. Performative Writing. Ethical Practice. Aspergers Syndrome and High Functioning Autism, Lesbian and Gay Asylum Seekers.
Process Studies. Intercultural Couples. Issues of 'race', culture and migration. SCORE.
SCORE. Outcome Reviews. Manualisation. Causal Attributions.
Domestic Violence. Adult Attachment and Coping Style. Narratives and Attachment. Studies in Family Therapy. Clinical Service Evaluation.
Gender Identity. Gender Diversity. Research Reflexivity. Domains Based Analysis of Family Processes. Process Research in Psychosis.
Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP). We are a society that aims to create bridges among qualitative researchers in psychology across Europe - bridges between researchers from different European countries but also bridges between different research traditions of qualitative inquiry in psychology.
Systemic Therapy for Physical, Mental and Behavioural Disorders. Efficacy of Family Therapy. Systemic Acute Psychiatry. Systemic Consultation. Organisational Dilemmas.
Family Systems Psychiatry. Diverse Families.
Therapy Process Research. Objective Hermaneutics in Process Research.
Open Dialogue Therapy and Psychosis. Couple Therapy. Inner Dialogues. Intimate Partner Violence.
Micro-analysis of Family Interaction. Intimate Partner Violence. Dialogical Therapy.
Positioning in Therapy. Intimate Partner Violence.
Dialogical Therapy. Intimate Partner Violence.
Fatherhood. Consultation, Intimate Partner Violence. Self-Harm.
Gunilla Jarkman Bjorn
Refugee Children and Family Therapy.
Social Networks in Intimate Partner Violence. Young Women Selling Sex.
Cost-effectiveness of Family Therapy
Attachment-Based Family Therapy for Depressed Adolescents
Process and Outcome Family Therapy Research. Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change. Therapeutic Alliance and Process of Change.
Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents.
Family Therapy Change Processes. Therapeutic Alliance. Cognition in Family Relationships and Psychotherapy. Evaluation of Mental Health Interventions
Myrna L Friedlander
Supervisory Processes and Outcomes. Therapeutic Alliances.
Multidimensional Family Therapy for Adolescent Substance Abuse and Delinquency.
Couple Relationships. Couple Therapy.
Children's Response to Parental Conflict. Asian Couples' Negotiations.
Adolescent Internet Use. Child Maltreatment and Family Relationships. Intimate Partner Violence. HIV.
Resilience. Depression and Anxiety and Family Functioning. Use of Metaphor in Chinese Family Therapy
Research centres relating to family & systemic thinking
Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice and Health. University of California at Los Angeles, USA.
Family Research Lab, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
SYPRENE, an international digital systemic practice research network (PRN)
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