- Author:Robin Skynner,John R. Schlapobersky
- Publisher:Methuen Publishing Ltd (December 10, 1987)
- Pages:256 pages
- Subcategory:Psychology & Counseling
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Explorations with Families: Group Analysis and Family Therapy. London: Tavistock/Routledge.
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Skynner emphasised three main principles in family therapy . Explorations with Families: Group-Analysis and Family Therapy (1987). Schlapobersky, John (28 September 2000). Obituary: Robin Skynner". Retrieved 2015-07-18.
Skynner emphasised three main principles in family therapy: The importance of facilitating communication within the family. The need for a clear authority structure or familial hierarchy . Institutes and How to Survive Them: Mental Health Training and Consultation (1989). Family Matters (1995). Families and How to Survive Them (1983). Life and How to Survive It. Articles. Skynner, A. C. (1984). Group analysis and family therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy; 34: 215-224.
Explorations with Families : Group Analysis and Family Therapy.
Skynner sets out to bring together current knowledge about group and family therapy.
Methuen: London 1987; £25 hardback; pp. 438, including an appendix of Skynner's publications, an extensive bibliography, author index and subject index. Skynner sets out to bring together current knowledge about group and family therapy.
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A pioneer of family therapy whose books .
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