[Audio Only] EP90 Invited Address 05b – Identifying the Several Recurring Processes in the Family Leading to Schizophrenia in an Offspring – Mara Selvini Palazzoli, M.D.
Courses Content :
- Topics: Invited Address | Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990 Faculty: Mara Selvini Palazzoli, MD | Donald Meichenbaum, PhD Course Levels: Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
Duration: 1:31:23 Format: Only Audio
Original air date: December 14, 1990
We will look at one of the most common familial processes that contribute to teenage psychosis. As a direct result of the couple’s underlying relationship malaise, one of the two parents falsely elevates the child over the spouse and raises him/her to be the polar opposite of the spouse in every aspect. Cheating on feelings involuntarily (“imbroglio of affections”) increases the likelihood of a mental collapse.
Objectives of Education:
To develop precise roadmaps to serve as a guide for treatment approach.
Recognize the symptoms of one of the more often occurring processes
*Content and confidentiality may be modified during sessions*
Mara Selvini Palazzoli, MD, is a member of the faculty. Seminars and items related to: 7
Mara Selvini Palazzoli, MD, earned her medical degree in 1941 from the University of Milan. She was the Director of the New Center for Family Therapy in Milan, as well as a member of several editorial boards. She was the author or coauthor of five books, the most of which focused on her approach to understanding and treating families. She received the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy’s Distinguished Contribution to Research in Family Therapy award.
Wikipedia: Mara Selvini Palazzoli
PhD Donald Meichenbaum Related lectures and products: 81
Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D., is the Research Director of the Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention in Miami (melissainstitute.org). He is a co-founder of cognitive behavioral therapy. He was named one of the twentieth century’s most prominent psychotherapists. “Roadmap to Resilience” (www.roadmaptoresilience.com) and “Evolution of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A Personal and Professional Journey” are two of his most recent works.