Developing Jointly with the Family System the Therapeutic Process by Using Analogic Communication
According to the systemic-dialectic approach developed over the last two decades at the A.I.A. (G. & V. Vassiliou, 1982, 83) the family is conceptualized as an open system which is negentropic (anotropic) information-processing, problem-solving, decision-making and boundary-structuring, the latter involving self-regulating, self-describing, self-dissolving of boundaries.
KeywordsFamily Member Open System Group Analysis Local Therapist Family Functioning
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