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About Center for Contextual Change
Books, articles and brochures we think our visitors might find interesting...
Books & Book Chapters
"Treatment of the Sexually Abused Child, M J Barrett, Joseph Cortese, Kristen Marzolf, Children in Therapy: Using the Family as a Resource, C. Everett Bailey, Editor, 2000
"Healing From Trauma", The Quest for Spirituality", M J Barrett, Spiritual Resources In Family Therapy, The Guilford Press, N.Y. 1999.
"Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse: EAP Providers Play a Pivotal Role", M.J. Barrett, W. Scott, J. Gillespie, and B. Palmer, Empowering Women in the Workplace, M. Lundy and B. Younger Editors, Harrington Park Press, N.Y., 1994.
Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook, M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, Pennsylvania, Taylor & Frances, 1989.
Treating Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective, M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper Editors, Haworth Press, Binghamton, N.Y., 1986.
"How A Rite Of Passage Crossed Over The Line" - A Commentary On The Northbrook, Illinois High School Hazing Incident, M J Barrett, Chicago Tribune 2002. Download a copy of this commentary.
"Systemic approach to the Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse", M J Barrett and T. Trepper, Psychotherapy Networker 2002.
"A New Way of Knowing", M J Barrett, Psychotherapy Networker September/October, 2002.
"Can We Talk?: Let's End Our Conspiracy of Silence About Our Ambiguous Boundaries", M J Barrett and Katy Butler, Psychotherapy Networker March/April, 2002.
"The Crush, Challenging Our Culture of Avoidance", M J Barrett, Psychotherapy Networker March/April, 2002.
"Resolving the Irresolvable: Constructing a Way Out for Families Torn Apart By Struggles Over Recovered Memories", M J Barrett, Psychotherapy Networker November/December 1997
"Treatment of Denial in Families Where There is Child Sex Abuse", M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, Kontext Journal 28, 2, 1997, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Germany.
"Family Characteristics of Intact Sexually Abusing Families: An Exploratory Study", T. Trepper, D. Niedner, L. Mika, M.J. Barrett, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Volume 5, # 4, 1996
"Out of the Box: A Family Therapist's Approach to the "False Memory Syndrome", M.J. Barrett, Treating Abuse Today, March/April 1995.
"Unmasking the Incestuous Family: Understanding the Logic of Denial", M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, The Family Therapy Networker, May/June 1992.
"Treatment of Denial in Families Where There is Child Sex Abuse", M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, Case Studies in Social Work Practice, Ed. Craig W. Le Croy, Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1992.
"Treating Women Drug Abusers Who Were Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse", M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, Feminism and Addiction, Ed. Claudio Bepko, Haworth Press, N.Y., 1991.
"Feminist - Informed Family Therapy for the Treatment of Intra-Family Child Sexual Abuse", M.J. Barrett, T. Trepper and L. Stone Fish, Journal of Family Psychology, Vol.4 #2, December 1990.
"Woman and Eating Disorders", M.J. Barrett and R. Schwartz, Journal Psychotherapy & The Family, Vol.3 #4 1987.
"Couple Therapy for Bulimia", M.J. Barrett and R. Schwartz, Eating Disorders, Ed. Jill Harkaway, Aspen Publications, Rockville, MD, 1987.
"Vulnerability to Incest: A Framework for Assessment", M.J. Barrett and T. Trepper, Treating Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective, Haworth Press, 1986.
"A Systemic Model for the Treatment of Intra-Family Child Sexual Abuse", M.J. Barrett, C. Sykes and W. Byrnes, Treating Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective, Haworth Press, 1986.
"Family Therapy for Bulimia", M.J. Barrett and R. Schwartz and G. Saba, Handbook of Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia, Eds., D. Gardner and P. Garfinkel, Guildford Press, N.Y. 1985.
"Bulimia: A Love Affair", M.J. Barrett, G. Saba and R. Schwartz, The Family Therapy Networker, July, 1984.
Additional Editorial Reviews written for Journal of Family Therapy, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.