Module Resources

Change Processes


Chronic Illness


Community Mental Health Services

  • Walter, U., Park, S., & Peter, C.(2004). Community mental health crisis services for children and adolescents (No. 13) Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas

Crisis Theory

  • Boss, P. (2002). Family stress and management: A contextual approach (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Boyd-Franklin, N., & Bry, B. (2000). Reaching out in family therapy: Home-based, school, and community interventions. New York: Guilford.
  • Dattilio, F. (2000). Families in crisis. In F. Dattilio & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford.
  • Hill, R. (1958). Generic features of families under stress. Social Casework, 49, 139-150.
  • Kagan, R., & Schlosberg, S. (1989). Families in perpetual crisis. New York: Norton.
  • Kazak, A. (2003). Stress, change, and families: Theoretical and methodological considerations. In P. Boss & C. Mulligan (Eds.), Family stress: Classic and contemporary readings. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Lindblad-Goldberg, M., Dore, M., & Stern, L. (1998). Creating competencies from chaos: A comprehensive guide to home-based services. New York: Norton.
  • McCubbin, H., & Patterson, J. (1982). Family adaptation to crisis. In H. McCubbin, A. Cauble & J. Patterson (Eds.), Family stress, coping, and social support. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Olson, D. (1993). Circumplex model of marital and family systems: Assessing family functioning. In F. Walsh (Ed.), Normal family processes (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford.
  • Olson, D., Sprenkle, D., & Russell, C. (1979). Circumplex model of marital and family systems: I. Cohesion and adaptability dimensions, family types, and clinical applications. Family Process, 18, 3-28.
  • Walsh, F. (1998). Strengthening family resilience. New York: Guilford.

Cultural Competence


Families and Domestic Violence


Families and Financial Stress in HBFT


Family Assessment

  • Epstein, N., & Schlesinger, S. (2000). Couples in crisis. In F. Dattilio & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford.
  • Hartman, A. (1978). Diagrammatic assessment of family relationships. Social Casework, 59(8), 465-476.
  • Kagan, R., & Schlosberg, S. (1989). Families in perpetual crisis. New York: Norton.
  • Olson, D. (1986). Circumplex model VII. Validation studies and FACES III. Family Process, 25, 337-351.
  • Olson, D., Sprenkle, D. & Russell, C. (1979). Circumplex model of marital and family systems: I. Cohesion and adaptability dimensions, family types, and clinical applications. Family Process, 18, 3-28.

Family Stress, Crisis and Resilience


Home-Based Family Therapy


Play Therapy


Readiness to Change

  • Pipher, M. (2003). Letters to a young therapist: Stories of hope and healing. New York: Basic Books.
  • Prochaska, J. (1999). How do people change, and how can we change to help many more people? In M. Hubble, B. Duncan & S. Miller (Eds.), The heart & soul of change (pp. 227-255). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • Prochaska, J., & DiClemente, C. (1982). Transtheoretical therapy: Toward a more integrative model of change. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 19(3), 276-288.
  • Prochaska, J., & Norcross, J. (1999). Systems of psychotherapy: A transtheoretical analysis. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Self-of-therapist


SRS Business Plan

  1. SRS Business Plan for Health Care Policy, January 2006.

Stepfamilies


Therapist Personal and Professional Balance


Therapist Self-Care


Utilizing Supervision