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by Yvonne M. Agazarian

ePub Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups download
Author:
Yvonne M. Agazarian
ISBN13:
978-1855753358
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1855753359
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Routledge (December 31, 2004)
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Her considerable body of work illustrates the highest blend of creativity and learning.

Yvonne M. Agazarian (born Feb 17, 1929; died Oct 9, 2017) was the principal architect of systems-centered therapy, based on a theory of Living Human Systems that she also developed.

Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups. Systems-centered therapy (SCT) is a theory-based practice developed from a theory of living human systems (Agazarian, 1997, 2012)

Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups. Systems-centered therapy (SCT) is a theory-based practice developed from a theory of living human systems (Agazarian, 1997, 2012). Viewing these group participants through an SCT lens enables us to de-pathologize, humanize, legitimize, and universalize the survivor roles that are depicted in the descriptions of the group members, both attachment and social roles.

Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups book. Agazarian’s most popular book is Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups. Christer Sandahl (Foreword).

Authors and Affiliations.

Systems-centered therapy (SCT) is a particular form of group therapy based on the Theory of Living Human Systems developed by Yvonne Agazarian

Systems-centered therapy (SCT) is a particular form of group therapy based on the Theory of Living Human Systems developed by Yvonne Agazarian. Corresponding to the small and rigorously defined set of concepts, SCT defines a set of methods, techniques and instruments

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). She traces in this book the history of the development of her ideas including her system for analysing verbal interactions (SAVI), the concept of the invisible group, system-centred therapy for groups and, most inclusively, a meta theory of living human systems. The book commences with a very personal introduction and seeks to trace the development of her ideas by following a chronological pathway through her life. Agazarian, EdD is a consulting affiliate to the Friends Hospital, Philadelphia and the Director of the .

She co-authored The Visible and Invisible Group in 1981 and wrote Systems-centered Therapy for Groups, published in 1997

She co-authored The Visible and Invisible Group in 1981 and wrote Systems-centered Therapy for Groups, published in 1997.

She co-authored The Visible and Invisible Group in 1981 and wrote Systems-centered Therapy for Groups, published in 1997. She exemplifies the finest in scholarship in the discipline of psychology.

Systems-Centered Therapy (SCT) is an innovative approach to psychotherapy that synthesizes a finely-tuned awareness of the defensive roles of anxiety and depression, with an analysis of the phases of group development. This volume introduces the author's theory of living human systems and explicitly maps out its use in a structured treatment model applicable to work with any population. In rich conceptual detail, the volume presents SCT as a powerful modality that enables clients to safely "sit on the edge of the unknown" and transform their ways of relating to themselves and each other. It will be received with interest by all practitioners and trainees in group and individual psychotherapy.
  • As a group-therapist I find this book very useful and interesting. I agree with most of the basic ideas, but I am not sure that the development phases of groups defined in the book are universal. The first chapter contains almost the whole theory that is why you may feel later on the book is redundant and a bit overwritten.

  • Dr. Agazarian has developed a set of practical ideas, techniques and clinical interventions that flow from her novel way of understanding the human condition. Her theory of living human systems is provocative, and she goes the extra step of identifying what to do clinically with these extensive insights. Cognitive, behavioral, and affective integrations are made here, with case material to illustrate the flow of systems-centered process. This is an excellent text.