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EP95 SOA2 - The Rise of Social Therapies - Lynn Hoffman, A.C.S.W.


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State of the Art Address
Category:
Evolution of Psychotherapy |  Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995
Faculty:
Lynn Hoffman
Duration:
54 Minutes
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Original Program Date :
Dec 13, 1995
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State of the Art Address 2 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995 - The Rise of Social Therapies

Featuring Lynn Hoffman, ACSW

 

This talk proposes to separate psychotherapy approaches into two groups: one called the "psychological therapies," focused on the growth and development of the individual psyche, and the other, the "social therapies," which deal with broader issues of relationship and the social web. My aim is to create a freer field for dialogue between two points of view that are historically independent from each other and that derive from a different conceptual base.

 

Educational Objectives:

  1. To distinguish between the "psychological" therapies and the "social" therapies.
  2. To describe the cutting edge of the field of social therapy. 

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Lynn Hoffman, A.C.S.W., is an internationally renowned theorist and lecturer on family therapy who has written many books and articles including Techniques of Family Therapy, Foundations of Family Therapy, Milan Systemic Family Therapy and Exchanging Voices. She is currently Consultant to the Center for Collaborative Studies at North Central Human Services in Gardner, Mass., and serves on the faculty of the doctoral program at Smith School of Social Work. She is an emeritus faculty member of the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy in New York. In 1988, Hoffman was awarded the Life Achievement Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Field of Family Therapy by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She is an advisory editor of Family Process. She received her M.S.W. in 1971 from the Adelphi School of Social Work.


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