December 6, 2013

You Can Fix Your Family

My latest book ‘You Can Fix Your Family’ is now available on Amazon for US$9.00:

In New Zealand you can purchase ‘You Can Fix Your Family’ from the Woman’s Bookshop

All families have their ups and downs, their crises and their recriminations. Siblings squabble, parents feud, and children and parents do time-honoured battle about what is acceptable behaviour. When tragedy strikes, family members can find themselves unable to cope, incapable of reaching out even to their closest relatives. Sometimes, forgiveness and reconciliation seem inconceivable.

How can you break out of these negative patterns? How can you rebuild the family life you once had?

This book introduces a powerful approach for transforming and radically improving family life called Intensive Structural Therapy (IST). It will show you, step-by-step, how to apply these principles to your own family life, using practical techniques developed over my 30-year career.

This easy to use how-to guide will take you through preparing for your first, and then second, child, through the struggles of adolescence, and on to retirement. It will help not only your family development, but also your work relationships and your own individual growth as a person.

As a child and adolescent psychiatrist who has worked with families from all over the world and trained thousands of professionals. I know just how beneficial family therapy can be. I want to share those benefits with you and your family to take control of your future.

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