Vol 4, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial

About this Issue
Jesse Carlock
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1-2
Dedication: Robert S. Spitzer, J.D., M.D. (1926-2015)
Jesse Carlock
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3-4

Articles

Mary Elizabeth Leslie
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5-20
Wendy Lum
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21-34
Walter Fred Zahnd
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103-113

Insights

Movement and Body-focused Learning in the Satir Model
Jesse Carlock, Eva Wieprecht
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35-43
What is the World Trying to Do Now?
Laura Dodson
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44-49

Satir Around the Globe

Satir Around the Globe
Jesse Carlock
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50-51
15 Years of Accredited Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy Training in the Czech Republic
Alexandra Beránková, Jarmila Petrovská
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52-55
The Mandala, a Model for Teaching and Therapy
Stephen Buckbee, Michael Dupont
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56-58
The Effectiveness of a Satir-Based Personal Growth Workshop among Chinese People (Preliminary Report)
Catherine Chung, Pamela Leung
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59-60
Stance-Dance: Integrative Movement Theory
Darya Haitoglou
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61-67
Living a Spirit Filled Life: Being in the “I AM” for Everything
Karla R. Lang
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68-72
Musical Interventions in Satir’s Experiential Family Therapy: From Dissonance to Harmony
Beth Nemesh
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73-75
Human Value: The Socioeducative work in the Municipality of Castell-Platia d’Aro
Josep Mª Solé, Pilar Poyatos, Anna Viñas, Ian Sharp
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76-86
Mindful Heart Foundation, Hong Kong
Susanna Chung Ping Wong Ip
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87-89
The Dance of Family Medicine and Family Therapy
Susanna Chung Ping Wong Ip, Eddie T. Chan
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90-96
Application of the Satir Model to College Student Education in China
Shaoyi Wu
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97-102

Reviews

Madeline De Little, Where Words Can’t Reach: Neuroscience and the Satir Model in the Sand Tray. Reviewed by
Regina Ragan Taggart
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114-116