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ISBN:
0393700402
Author:
Frank Pittman
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (May 17, 1987)
Pages:
400 pages
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1320 kb
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1767 kb
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1600 kb
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4.6
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Dr. Pittman's book has been referred to as "widely quoted", by Psychology Today. It has been cited by 24 other books on marriage and family therapy counseling.

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Turning Points is filled with the profundity of common sense. Pittman captures the absurdity of family life and reminds us that therapy can be fu. Peggy Papp, ACSW, Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy. Norton Professional Book. W. Norton & Company.

Frank Smith Pittman, III, MD Frank Pittman was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1935 . Turning points: Treating families in transition and crisis.

Frank Smith Pittman, III, MD Frank Pittman was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1935 and died there in 2012. His four books continue to be influential, and his movie column in the Psychotherapy Networker, which he wrote for over 25 years, helped him earn the title of the Mark Twain of Psychotherapy.

Turning Points: Treating Families in Transition and Crisis. Pittman shows how these can be seen to fall into four categories-bolts from the blue, developmental crises, structural crises, and caretaker crises-and how they can be treated with his seven-step model. Frank S. Pittman III. One of family therapy's wittiest and most sensible writers uses the family crisis as a launching point for discussing the entire range of events that can disrupt marriage and family life. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved).

Books, Used and Rare:. Quality used books for readers and lifelong learners. by Pittman, Frank Publisher: W. Norton & Company (1987-05-17 ) Binding/Media: Hardcover SKU: b1s2-141116-h01 Condition: VG+ DJ Condition: VG Description: Clean unmarked hardcover with square binding and barely nudged corners. Unclipped dustjacket with very light wear, a crease to the spine. NY: W. Norton, 1987. - Carefully packed and promptly shipped with tracking provided.

"Turning Points is filled with the profundity of common sense. ... Pittman captures the absurdity of family life and reminds us that therapy can be fun."―Peggy Papp, ACSW, Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy.

One of family therapy's wittiest and most sensible writers uses the family crisis as a launching point for discussing the entire range of events that can disrupt marriage and family life. A family crisis is heralded by symptomatic behavior, such as school phobia, adolescent rebellion, or depression, that trips up the family in its developmental path. Pittman show how the therapist can make the most of these crisis, creatively using whatever is at hand to pull the family through the chaos.
  • Bandiri
As a psychotherapist, I have always admired the writings of Frank Pittman. So when I started reading this book, I knew it was going to be a good book. What I didn't know is that it was going to be the best psychology book I have ever read (and I have read many of them.) So much so that despite having read this book twice, once on a while I still read some of the chapters again.
  • Sennnel
I am reading this for nursing school. It is not my favorite text because the chapters are long and wordy but it really provides excellent psychological insights.
  • Kison
This book is a great assist in working through some family issues. I would recommend it to my friends. I will keep this one.