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Salvador Minuchin is one of psychotherapy’s few genuine icons, having revolutionized the vision of the tools and perspective a therapist needs to approach the challenge of producing change. To witness him in action is to see social alchemy. Learn about the evolution of therapy practice over the past five decades as Minuchin reflects on the highlights of his career, which began at the social crossroads of the 1950s.
Salvador Minuchin, Ph.D., made the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center the world’s leading family therapy training center and founded the Minuchin Center for the Family. He’s the author or coauthor of numerous books, including the classic texts, Families of the Slums, Families and Family Therapy, Psychosomatic Families, and Family Kaleidoscope.
1. Discuss the tools & perspective a therapist needs to approach the challenge of producing change
2. List at least 3 highlights of Salvador Minuchin’s 50-year career
3. Review what makes Minuchin one of psychotherapy’s few genuine icons