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Inviting the family dance. Salvador Minuchin [videorecording] Devised, directed and produced by Alan Cooklin et al.

Contributor(s): COOKLIN, Alan | ASEN. Eia | AYRES, Mark | GLIENKE, Olienke.
Publisher: London, Association for Family Therapy, 2006Description: 2 video discs (disc 1, 65 mins., disc 2, 67 mins.); sd; col.Subject(s): MINUCHIN, SALVADOR : SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY IAP MIN | STRUCTURAL FAMILY THERAPY ISX ACV N | MINUCHIN, SALVADOR : BIOGRAPHY I96 MIN | VIDEODISC 2QTOther classification: IAP MIN 2QT Summary: 2 DVDs consisting of three parts: part 1 - Inviting the family dance. A documentary on the life and work of Salvador Minuchin which includes a series of interviews with him and collaborators and historical archive footage; part 2: Beyond technique. A training video looking at the application of structural family therapy via interviews with families; part 3 (on disc 2): Comments. From clinicians around the world.
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2 DVDs consisting of three parts: part 1 - Inviting the family dance. A documentary on the life and work of Salvador Minuchin which includes a series of interviews with him and collaborators and historical archive footage; part 2: Beyond technique. A training video looking at the application of structural family therapy via interviews with families; part 3 (on disc 2): Comments. From clinicians around the world.

For students, practitioners and those with an interest in the social dimensions of therapeutic change.

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