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by Peter Steinglass,Linda A. Bennett,Steven J. Wolin,David Reiss

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ISBN: 0465001122
Author: Peter Steinglass,Linda A. Bennett,Steven J. Wolin,David Reiss
Language: English
Publisher: Basic Books (March 24, 1993)
Pages: 400
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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Peter Steinglass is director of the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy. Linda A. Bennett is associate professor of anthropology, Memphis State University.

Peter Steinglass is director of the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy. Stephen J. Wolin is clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, George Washington School of Medicine. David Reiss is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, George Washington University School of Medicine.

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Peter Steinglass, Linda A. Bennett, Steven J. Wolin. This pathbreaking book paints a radical new picture of alcoholism, offering powerful evidence that most chronic alcoholics live out their lives in intact, relatively quiet family environments. The authors show, however, that living in an alcoholic family,in which alcoholism is the central theme around which family life is organized,has profound effects on family members both drinkers and nondrinkers.

The Alcoholic Family book. Peter Steinglass, Steven J. Bennett (With).

Steinglass, Peter; Bennett, Linda A; Wolin, Steven J; Reiss, David. The life history model of the alcoholic family - Regulating behavior in the alcoholic family - Growth and development in the alcoholic family - III. The early phase of development - Developing an alcoholic family identity - IV. The middle phase of development - The n cycle: family problem-solving and alcoholic behavior - Daily routines as regulators of home life - Alcoholism and family ritual disruption - V. The late phase of development - Late-phase options for the alcoholic family - The intergenerational transmission of alcoholism - VI. Steven J. Wolin, Linda A. Bennett. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

This pathbreaking book paints a radical new picture of alcoholism, offering powerful evidence that most chronic alcoholics live out their lives in intact, relatively quiet family environments. Peter Steinglass is director of the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy.

David Reiss is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, George Washington University School of Medicine. A Family Systems Approach To Alcoholism. Setting the Stage: The Core Issues Prevalence and Diagnosis: The Family Perspective. The Life History Model Of The Alcoholic Family. Regulating Behavior in the Alcoholic Family Growth and Development in the Alcoholic Family. The Early Phase Of Development. Developing an Alcoholic Family Identity.

Peter Steinglass is a psychiatrist, clinical professor, and president emeritus and director of the Ackerman Center for Substance Abuse and the Family in New York. Peter Steinglass attended Union College from 1956 to 1960, where he received his bachelor of arts in humanities. In 1960, Dr. Steinglass went on to Harvard Medical School, where he graduated 5 years later with his medical.

By Peter Steinglass with Linda A. Wolin and David Reiss. Book InformationBrahms Studies 2. Brahms Studies 2 David Brodbeck xiv + 242 University of Nebraska Press Lincoln, Nebr. University of Nebraska Press.

Steinglass, . Bennett, L. Wolin, S. J. and Reiss, D. (1987) The Alcoholic Family. New York : Basic Books. Velleman, R. (2006) The importance of family members in helping problem drinkers achieve their chosen goal. Addiction, 100 : 1036 – 1039

This pathbreaking book paints a radical new picture of alcoholism, offering powerful evidence that most chronic alcoholics live out their lives in intact, relatively quiet family environments. The authors show, however, that living in an alcoholic family—in which alcoholism is the central theme around which family life is organized—has profound effects on family members both drinkers and nondrinkers.

Comments:

Manris
Some of the studies are somewhat outdated, and there is definitely a limited scope of the authors' study, but so much of the information and analysis of the alcoholic family in this book is invaluable to therapists. Obviously, there is a need for the work to be supplemented by other, more recent books. However, this is still possibly one of the best opening salvos in education around the alcoholic family system.
Deorro
This turned out to be a much heavier, technical discussion that what I was looking for. Good for professionals and people in the treatment field.
Djang
Steinglass' work is an excellent example of how Murray Bowen's family systems theory can be applied to the need to understand how alcohol becomes the central organizing princple in a family. The volume is written more for those who assist families and those in recovery, rather than the patients and family members themselves, that is, for any person in the helping professions who has a working knowledge of system's theory. Well-written, well-researched and quickly understood, it would be a good resource for anyone who deals with alcoholics, their families and adult children's issues. Again,the only drawback is that it is not for the general public but for helping agents and that is not a drawback as long as one is aware of that up front.
Seevinev
This is not a self-help book but rather a serious, comprehensive, professional presentation of the insidious nature of alcohol and its impact upon the basic structure and functioning of a family. The book is also outstanding simply because of the manner in which it approaches and describes the fundamental aspects of a family - even if one were not focused upon alcohol, the description of what makes up a family justifies purchasing the book. It is not a perfect book, and somewhat tedious/redundant during the last chapters, but it remains (despite a number of years since its publication) one of clearest and profound presentations on either subject (alcohol or family) there is.

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