The pathological family postwar america and the rise of family therapy cornell studies in the history of psychiatry 1st edition by deborah weinstein author visit amazons deborah weinstein page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for . Surprisingly deborah weinsteins the pathological family is the first to examine the interventions of the newly emerging field of family therapy in relation to these developments and as such makes a significant contribution to the scholarly literature on the intellectual and cultural history of the postwar era crista deluzio american studies 2015. The power of the family at midcentury writes deborah weinstein in the pathological family postwar america and the rise of family therapy becomes particularly apparent when one examines the history of family therapy which emerged as a new clinical field after world war ii p 2. The pathological family postwar america and the rise of family therapy postwar america and the rise of family therapy journal of american history volume 101 issue 1 1 june 2014 but she also illuminates the burgeoning business of therapy in modern america the pathological family is primarily a study of culture and ideas written . Deborah weinstein sets out to examine the dense connections between therapeutic culture and family life noting that the concurrent expansion of a therapeutic ethos and the growing fixation on the family in postwar america were deeply intertwined p 3 she defines the postwar period as
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