Video: Moving away from family therapy’s idea of fuctionalism (Tomm & White, 1986)

Video: Moving away from family therapy’s idea of fuctionalism (Tomm & White, 1986)

Freud and grief psychology Freud (Hedtke & Winslade, 2008)
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In 1986 Karl Tomm begins to discuss his move away from the Milan Teams ideas (he had previously introduced the Milan Team into North America) and introduces the work of a new and talented therapist he has discovered to North America – Michael White. Karl has to be admired for his ongoing willingness to explore and expand upon new therapeutic ideas. Part of his legacy is that he always had a good nose for great therapists!

Lesson tags: Michael White, family therapy, Karl Tomm, Maturana, functionalism, Milan
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