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Family of Origin

Family of Origin
  • Author : C. J. Hauser
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-06-16
  • Total pages :304
  • ISBN : 9780525565390
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Summary : *A novel by the author of the viral essay sensation "The Crane Wife"* When Nolan Grey receives news that his father, a once-prominent biologist, has drowned off Leap's Island, he calls on Elsa, his estranged older half-sister, to help. This, despite the fact that it was he and Elsa who broke the family in the first place. Elsa and Nolan travel to their father's field station off the Gulf Coast, where a group called the Reversalists obsessively study the undowny bufflehead, a rare duck whose loss of waterproof feathers proves, they say, that evolution is running in reverse. On an island that is always looking backward, it's impossible for the siblings to ignore their past, and years of family secrecy threaten to ruin them all over again. Yet, despite themselves, the Greys urgently trek the island to find the so-called Paradise Duck, their father's final obsession, all the while grappling with questions of nature and nurture, intimacy and betrayal, progress and forgiveness.

Family of Origin

Family of Origin
  • Author : CJ Hauser
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-07-16
  • Total pages :304
  • ISBN : 9780385544634
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Summary : "An innovative work of climate fiction, a nuanced and empathic family story, and, for my money, the summer's best novel thus far." --NPR.org "The most oddly enticing novel you will read this year...Keenly satirical yet unashamedly tender." --Wall Street Journal "Reminiscent of the family explorations of Rick Moody, Jennifer Egan, and Lauren Groff...Full of brilliantly realized characters, Hauser's latest is profound, often incredibly funny, and captures the times like few other contemporary novels." --Booklist (starred) When Nolan Grey receives news that his father, a once-prominent biologist, has drowned off Leap's Island, he calls on Elsa, his estranged, older half-sister, to help pick up the pieces. This, despite the fact that it was he and Elsa who broke the family in the first place. The Greys have been avoiding each other for a dozen years. Elsa and Nolan travel to their father's field station, a wild and isolated spot off the Gulf Coast. Here, their father's fatalistic colleagues, the Reversalists, obsessively study the undowny bufflehead, a rare sea duck whose loss of waterproof feathers proves, they say, that evolution is running in reverse and humanity's best days are behind us. On an island that is always looking backward, it's impossible for the siblings to ignore their past. Stuck together in the close quarters of their island stilt-house, and provoked by the absurd antics of the remaining Reversalists, years of family secrecy and blame between Elsa and Nolan threaten to ruin them all over again. As the Greys urgently trek the island to find the so-called Paradise Duck, their father's final obsession, they begin to fear that they were their father's first evidence that the future held no hope. In the irreverent and exuberant spirit of Kevin Wilson, Alissa Nutting, and Karen Russell, CJ Hauser speaks to a generation's uncertainties: Is it possible to live in our broken world with both scientific pragmatism and hope? What does one generation owe another? How do we know which parts of the past, and ourselves, to jettison and which to keep? Delightfully funny, fiercely original, high-spirited and warm, Family of Origin grapples with questions of nature and nurture, evolution and mating, intimacy and betrayal, progress and forgiveness.

Family of Origin

Family of Origin
  • Author : Cj Hauser
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-07-16
  • Total pages :288
  • ISBN : 0385544626
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Summary : A novel at turns exuberant and wise, in the vein of The Family Fang and The Portable Veblen, about estranged half-siblings yoked together on a swampy Gulf Coast island after their biologist father's drowning. Welcome to Leap's Island, where a group of fringe scientists are obsessively studying the Undowny Bufflehead, a rare species of sea duck whose loss of waterproof feathers proves, they say, that evolution is running backward. Into this world of so-called "Reversalists" come Elsa and Nolan Grey, a half-brother and sister whose father, Dr. Ian Grey, has recently drowned while desperately trying to prove his own evolutionary theories. His estranged children find themselves on a pilgrimage to jointly reclaim his belongings and his memory, and to try to understand the stakes of the research he abandoned them to pursue. The Grey children, as the islanders come to call them, despite their being 35 and 29 years old, are incredulous that their brilliant father could have believed in Reversalism's pseudo-science. But as the siblings search for an elusive sea bird, confront the island's eccentrics, and hunt for signs their father still believed in progress, a darker question haunts them: is it their fault Dr. Ian Grey gave up on us all? Delightfully funny and fiercely original, Family of Origin grapples with questions of nature and nurture, evolution and mating, intimacy and betrayal, progress and forgiveness.

Treating Family of Origin Problems

Treating Family of Origin Problems
  • Author : Richard C. Bedrosian,George D. Bozicas
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1994-01-07
  • Total pages :384
  • ISBN : 089862178X
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Summary : This groundbreaking volume shows how the clarity and discipline of cognitive therapy can be applied to the treatment of family of origin issues, such as alcoholism and incest, without compromising depth and clinical sophistication. Treating Family Of Origin Problems begins with a discussion of the characteristics of dysfunctional families and an overview of the cognitive model. Subsequent chapters explore coping strategies, goals of recovery and treatment, diagnostic considerations, and assessment of family of origin issues. Ways in which the therapist's own family of origin issues and the therapist's posture can influence the treatment process are addressed in a discussion of various metacommunicative elements that can affect the client's ability to use treatment constructively. Throughout, illustrative clinical material shows how clinicians can utilize embedded messages and other techniques to circumvent resistance; confront various types of acting-out behavior while remaining in a supportive, collaborative posture; and provide a consistent focus in treatment, highlighting the underlying mechanisms that cause distress without becoming mired in unproductive attention to the presenting symptoms. The volume concludes with discussions of building coping strategies, utilizing relationship material, and variations in the recovery process.

Family-Of-Origin Therapy

Family-Of-Origin Therapy
  • Author : James L. Framo
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-05-24
  • Total pages :272
  • ISBN : 9781134851690
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Summary : Published in 1992, Family-Of-Origin Therapy is a valuable contribution to the field of Family Therapy.

Family of Origin Applications in Clinical Supervision

Family of Origin Applications in Clinical Supervision
  • Author : Carlton Munson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-03-18
  • Total pages :96
  • ISBN : 9781317735199
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Summary : Important, ready-to-use facts on the use of family of origin applications in clinical supervision practice.

Family-of-origin Therapy and Diversity

Family-of-origin Therapy and Diversity
  • Author : H. Russell Searight
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1997
  • Total pages :179
  • ISBN : 1560324643
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Summary : Family-of-origin therapy is a psychodynamically oriented intervention approach developed by Murray Bowen and James Framo. Assessment and therapy focus on the multigenerational family history as the basis for perceptions of current adult relationships. This book describes family-of-origin therapy in an understandable manner that is easily applied to clinical practice. Concepts such as differentiation, triangulation, emotional reactivity, and object relations are discussed and illustrated with case examples. Research findings and assessment tools are described.

Family Of Origin Therapy And Cultural Diversity

Family Of Origin Therapy And Cultural Diversity
  • Author : H. Russell Searight
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-01-14
  • Total pages :179
  • ISBN : 9781317763376
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Summary : First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Family of Origin Experiences and Young Adults' Romantic Relationship Outcomes

Family of Origin Experiences and Young Adults' Romantic Relationship Outcomes
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019
  • Total pages :50
  • ISBN : OCLC:1130287138
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Summary : This study seeks to identify the impact of one's family-of-origin experiences on future young adult romantic relationships. It is hypothesized that greater conflict within parental and parent-teen relationships will predict poorer future romantic relationship outcomes. These associations will be mediated by anxiety, insecure attachment, and poorer conflict resolution skills. A mediating variable is a third variable that can help explain the connection between an independent and dependent variable. Buffering effects of positive friendship qualities will also be considered. Data were analyzed using an 18-year multi-method longitudinal study of 184 youth. Hierarchical regressions between family of origin predictor variables, mediators, and relationship satisfaction were performed. Interactions were also examined to analyze the moderating relationship between predictor variables, friendship quality, and relationship satisfaction. A moderating variable is one that influences the direction and/or strength between the independent and dependent variable. Results of this study indicate that high levels of family conflict are negatively associated with relationship satisfaction. Poorer conflict resolution skills showed a significant mediating effect and can be used to better understand the associations between family of origin conflict and relationship satisfaction. Additionally, results indicated that friends do serve as a buffer against the negative impact of a physically abusive father; however, the combination of poorer friendship quality and high family conflict, unexpectedly, resulted in higher relationship satisfaction.

Family Therapy with Couples

Family Therapy with Couples
  • Author : David S. Freeman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1992
  • Total pages :398
  • ISBN : UOM:39015025303150
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Summary : This volume outlines ways to use the parental unit as the major unit for family change. It is written for clinicians and students of family therapy.

An Exploration of Family of Origin Violence, Shaming, and Insecure Attachment Styles in Men who Batter

An Exploration of Family of Origin Violence, Shaming, and Insecure Attachment Styles in Men who Batter
  • Author : Larissa Alexandra Elias
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001
  • Total pages :172
  • ISBN : OCLC:49014745
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Summary : This was an exploratory study designed to better understand the extent to which domestic batterers have experienced exposure to family of origin violence, shaming by a parent, and developed insecure attachment styles during childhood.

Ready-to-use Business Forms

Ready-to-use Business Forms
  • Author : Ronald W Richardson,Manly W. Wellman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1997
  • Total pages :136
  • ISBN : 155180168X
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Summary : How to deal with family relationships is a problem that most people never solve. This book uses Family of Origin therapy techniques as a basis for you to improve those relationships and your own sense of self-esteem. Written in lay language, the step-by-step exercises show how to make contact with "lost" family members, how to interview relatives to develop a clearer picture of how each member fits into the family tree, and how to find different and better ways of dealing with family relationships. Professionals will find this book equally useful as a companion to their Family of Origin therapy sessions with clients. "Very practical". Midwest Book Review

Queerying Families of Origin

Queerying Families of Origin
  • Author : Chiara Bertone,Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-04-14
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9781317572084
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Summary : This book provides an original insight into how families of origin of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) people are involved in negotiating meanings and experiences of sexuality and intimacy, an underexplored dimension of queer family life. Delving into the perspectives of families of origin and showing the complexity and heterogeneity of the ways people with their different gender and sexual identities "do" families across generations, it contributes to queerying the very distinction between families of origin and families of choice and questions the (hetero)normative assumptions about forms and boundaries of family this distinction rests upon. A focus on marginal contexts, such as Southern Europe, and on marginal subjects, like bisexuals or black lesbians, is proposed as a way to challenge the universality of privileged narratives within heteronormativity, homonormativity and anglocentrism, and to reveal unexpected resources families of origin use to make sense of GLBT identities and lived experiences. The book poses a crucial question: how can alliances along family ties develop on the basis of shared stories of family diversity and marginalised identities, rather than of loving (and normative) support to GLBT people in need and an advocacy in their name from a position of heterosexual privilege? This book was originally published in Journal of GLBT Family Studies.

The From-Aways

The From-Aways
  • Author : CJ Hauser
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-05-20
  • Total pages :368
  • ISBN : 9780062310767
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Summary : Fresh talent CJ Hauser makes her literary debut with The From-Aways, an irreverent story of family, love, friendship, and lobsters, in the tradition of J. Courtney Sullivan’s Maine and Richard Russo’s Empire Falls. Two women come to Maine in search of family, and find more love, heartbreak, and friendship, than they’d ever imagined one little fishing town could hold. When Leah, a young New York reporter, meets Henry, she falls in love with everything about him: his freckles, green thumb, and tales of a Maine childhood. They marry quickly and Leah convinces Henry to move back to Menamon. As Leah builds a life there, reporting for The Menamon Star and vowing to be less of an emotional screw-up, the newlyweds are shocked to discover that they don’t know each other nearly so well as they thought they did. When Quinn’s mother dies, she tracks down the famous folk-singer father she’s never known, in Menamon. Scrappy and smart-mouthed, Quinn gets a job at the local paper, an apartment above the town diner, and tries to shore up the courage to meet her father. But falling in love with her roommate, Rosie, was never part of the plan. These two unruly women’s work relationship at The Star deepens into best-friendship when they stumble onto a story that shakes sleepy Menamon—and holds damaging repercussions for Leah’s husband and Quinn’s roommate both. As the town descends into turmoil, both women must decide what kind of lives they are willing to fight for.

The Condition of the Working Class in England

The Condition of the Working Class in England
  • Author : Friedrich Engels
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1968
  • Total pages :386
  • ISBN : 0804706344
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Summary : This, the first book written by Engels during his stay in Manchester from 1842 to 1844, is the best known and in many ways the most astute study of the working class in Victorian England. The fluency of his writing, the personal nature of his insights, and his talent for mordant satire allcombiine to make Engels's account of the lives of the victims of early industrial change an undeniable classic.

The Origins of Family Psychotherapy

The Origins of Family Psychotherapy
  • Author : Murray Bowen
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-03-28
  • Total pages :180
  • ISBN : 9780765709752
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Summary : Family therapy has become a well-established treatment modality across many mental health disciplines including clinical social work, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, and counseling. This book tells the story of how family therapy began based on the work of one of the pioneers of family theory and therapy, Murray Bowen, M.D. Bowen's psychiatric training began at the Menninger Foundation in 1946. It was during the later part of his eight years at Menninger's that he began his transition away from conventional psychoanalytic theory and practice. Bowen left Menninger's in 1954 and began a historic family research program at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) in Bethesda, Maryland. This program, called the Family Study Program, involved hospitalizing entire families on a specialized research ward. He was interested in families with a child diagnosed with schizophrenia. There were two central findings of Bowen's four year project. The first was the concept that the family could be conceptualized and treated as an emotional unit. The second, was family psychotherapy, which began as staff-family daily meetings on the inpatient unit. The findings of Bowen's project remain part of mainstream mental health practice today. From that project, Bowen went on to develop his well known eight interlocking theoretical concepts that continue to be highly influential both in mental health and business. Bowen's project also significantly transformed the therapeutic relationship. The psychotherapist tried to achieve a balance when working with the families by making emotional connections while staying out of intense emotional reactions. They also worked diligently to avoid psychologically replacing parents. This book details the story of how these transformative changes came about by highlighting the original papers of the project.

Working with Families of African Caribbean Origin

Working with Families of African Caribbean Origin
  • Author : Elaine Arnold
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-09-15
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 0857005421
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Summary : Many of those who emigrated from the Caribbean to the UK after World War II left behind partners and children, causing the break-up of families who were often not reunited for several years. In this book, Elaine Arnold examines the psychological impact that immigration had on these families, in particular with relation to attachment issues. She demonstrates that the disruption caused by separation from both family and country often had long-term traumatic consequences. The book draws on two studies carried out by the author in 1975 and 2001. In the first, she interviewed mothers who had emigrated without their children, and in the second, children (now adults) who had been left behind and were later reunited with their parents. This insightful book will assist all those working with people of African Caribbean origin in the UK to better understand their experiences and the impact that separation and loss has had on their lives. It is essential reading for social workers, counsellors, therapists and any other professionals working with families of African Caribbean origin.

Family Dynamics in Individual Psychotherapy

Family Dynamics in Individual Psychotherapy
  • Author : Ellen F. Wachtel,Paul L. Wachtel
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1990-06-01
  • Total pages :258
  • ISBN : 0898624622
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Summary : Bridging individual and family approaches, the Wachtels demonstrate in rich clinical detail just how the incorporation of new ideas and methods derived from family therapy can enrich the work of most therapists.

An Inquiry Into the Origin, Pedigree, & History of the Family, Or Clan, of Aitons in Scotland

An Inquiry Into the Origin, Pedigree, & History of the Family, Or Clan, of Aitons in Scotland
  • Author : William Aiton
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1830
  • Total pages :42
  • ISBN : NYPL:33433081808838
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Readings in Family Therapy

Readings in Family Therapy
  • Author : Janice M. Rasheed,Mikal N. Rasheed,James A. Marley
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-10-21
  • Total pages :316
  • ISBN : 9781412905848
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Summary : This reader will serve as a supplemental resource for the text: Family Therapy: Models, Skills and Techniques: A Comprehensive Introduction, and the Instructors Manual. The Reader has two purposes: - to provide background reading material to assist the instructor in the preparation of class room lectures and - to provide additional resources beyond the scope of an introductory family therapy textbook

Dynamics of Marriage

Dynamics of Marriage
  • Author : Leticia S. Isidro-Clancy
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-09-28
  • Total pages :168
  • ISBN : 1644600099
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Summary : Dynamics of Marriage: "The Family of Origin" Approach promotes a unique way of advancing couple-therapy: exploring in unison with participating couples the "how" and "when" of their having been shaped by their Families of Origin. More significantly, this book examined in detail the Family of Origin impact on all couples relationships: spouse to spouse, spouse to child, and spouse to other members of the family. This workbook will allow couples to retrace their paths of familial growth and identify the signpost that work to undermine this growth. As often discovered, these detrimental markers originate from Families of Origin. Within this critical exploration, the couple shall discover the core aspects of their relationship that maintain an equilibrium and status quo of their marriage and family.