Publications

Aguilar-Prinsloo, S., Bayona, J., & Goodrich, T.J. (2008). Healing through relationships: The impact of collaborative care on a patient with spina bifida. In R. Kessler & D. Stafford (Eds.), Collaborative medicine case studies: evidence in practice (pp. 319-323). Springer Publishers.

Andersen, T. (2005, January). Una Conversación…. Emotiva y Reflexiva (Interview by S. London). Retrieved from http://terapiasposmodernas.blogspot.com

Anderson, H. (2003). Samtale, Sprog og Terapi (D. Ipsen, Trans.). Has Reitzels Forlag: Copenhagen, Denmark. (Original work published 2003)

Anderson, H. (2002). In the space between people: Seikkula’s open dialogue approach. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 28(3), 279-281.

Anderson, H. (2001). Postmodern collaborative and person-centered therapies: What would Carl Rogers say? Journal of Family Therapy, 23, 339-360.

Anderson, H. (2001). Ethics and uncertainty: Brief unfinished thoughts. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 20(4), 3-6.

Anderson, H. (2001). Dreams now and then, collaborative language systems: Conversations about a family’s struggles. In S. McDaniel, D.D. Lusterman, & C. Philpot (Eds.), Integrating Family Therapy Casebook. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Anderson, H. (2001). Becoming a postmodern collaborative therapist: A clinical and theoretical journey, Part II. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 6(1), 4-22.

Anderson, H. (2000). Supervision as a collaborative learning community. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Supervision Bulletin, 7-10.

Anderson, H. (2000). Reflections on collaborating beyond the family system. In C. E. Bailey (Ed.), Children in Therapy: Using the Family as a Resource. New York: NPB.

Anderson, H. (2000). Reflections on and the appeals and challenges of postmodern psychologies and societal practices. In L. Holzman & J. Morss (Eds.), Postmodern Psychologies and Societal Practices. New York, NY: Routledge.

Anderson, H. (2000). Kollaborative sprachsysteme und beziehungen: Ein postmoderner ansatz Für therapie und beratungspraxis. (Collaborative language systems and relationships: A postmodern approach to therapy and consulting practices. In K. G. Deissler & S. McNamee (Eds.), Phil und Sophie aur der
Couch. Heidelberg, DE: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag.

Anderson, H. (2000). Becoming a postmodern collaborative therapist: A clinical and theoretical journey, Part I. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 3(1), 5-12.

Anderson, H. (2000). Balancing business. Practice, science and humanity. New Therapist, 5, 16-17.

Anderson, H. (1999). Samtal, Sprak and Möjligheter (K. Hopstadius, Trans.). Stockholm, SE: Mareld.

Anderson, H. (1999). Reimagining Family Therapy: Reflections on Minuchin’s Invisible Family. Journal of Martial and Family Therapy, 25(1), 1-8.

Anderson, H. (1999). Reimaginar la terapia familiar: reflexiones sobre las familiai invisible de Minuchin (L. Wolfson, Trans.). Sistemas Familiares, 15(1), 21-18.

Anderson, H. (1999). Das Therapeutische Gespräch: Der Gleichberechtigte Dialog als Perspektive der Veränderung (G. Hanenberg, Trans.). Stutatgart, DE: Klett-Cotta.

Anderson, H. (1998). Collaborative Learning Communities. In S. McNamee & J.K. Gergen (Eds.), Relational Responsibility. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Anderson, H. (1997). What we can learn when we listen to and hear client’s stories. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, 33(1), 4-8.

Anderson, H. (1997). Conversation, Language and Possibilities: A Postmodern Approach to Therapy. New York: Basic Books.

Anderson, H. (1996). Collaboration in therapy: Combining the client’s expertise on themselves and the therapist’s expertise on a process. In T. Keller & N. Greve (Eds.), Social Psychiatry & Systems Thinking: Cooperation in Psychiatry. Bonn, DE: Psychiatrie Verlag.

Anderson, H. (1995). Collaborative language systems: Toward a post-modern therapy. In R. Mikesell, D. D. Lusterman, & S. McDaniel (Eds.), Integrating family therapy: Family psychology and systems theory. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Anderson, H. (1994). Rethinking family therapy: A delicate balance. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 20, 145-150.

Anderson, H. (1993). On a roller coaster: A collaborative language systems approach to therapy. In S. Friedman (Ed.), The New Language of Change: Constructive Collaboration in Psychotherapy. New York: Guilford Press.

Anderson, H. (1990). Then and now: From knowing to not-knowing. Contemporary Family Therapy, 12(2), 193-198.

Anderson, H., & Burney, P. (1997). Collaborative inquiry: A postmodern approach to organizational consultation. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management, 177-189.

Anderson, H., & Goolishian, H. (1992). The client is the expert: A not-knowing approach to therapy. In S. McNamee & K. Bergen (Eds.), Social Construction and the Therapeutic Process. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Anderson, H., & Goolishian, H. (1988). Human systems as linguistic systems: Evolving ideas about the implications for theory and practice. Family Process, 27, 371-93.

Anderson, H., & Goolishian, H. (1986). Systems consultation with agencies dealing with domestic violence. In L. C. Wynne, S. H. McDaniel, & T. T. Weber (Eds.), Systems consultation: A new perspective for family therapy. New York: Guilford Press.

Anderson, H., & Levin, S. B. (1997). Collaborative conversations with children: Country clothes and city clothes. In D. Nylund & C. Smith (Eds.), Narrative therapy with children and teens. New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Anderson, H., & Swim, S. (1995). Supervision as collaborative conversation: Connecting the voices of supervisor and supervisee. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 14(2),1-13.

Anderson, H., Burney, P., & Levin, S. (1998). “I think it’s going to be okay…being stuck together”: A postmodern collaborative approach to therapy. In D. Lawson (Ed.), The Casebook in Family Therapy. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Anderson, H., Carleton, D., & Swim, S. (1998). A postmodern perspective on relational intimacy: A collaborative conversation & relationship with a couple. In J. Carlson & L. Sperry (Eds.), The Intimate Couple. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Anderson, H., Goolishian, H. A., & Winderman, L. (1986). Problem determined systems: Towards transformation in family systems. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 5(4), 1-14.

Anderson, H., Goolishian, H., Pulliam, G., & Winderman, L. (1986). The Galveston Family Institute: Some personal and historical perspectives. In D. Efron (Ed.), Journeys: Expansions of the strategic and systemic therapies. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Bava, S. (2005). Performance Methodology: Constructing Discourses and Discursive Practices in Family Therapy Research. D. Sprenkle & F. Piercy (Eds.), Research Methods in Family Therapy (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Bava, S. (2005). Community resiliency: Behavioral health and wellness process. The Nexus, 1(8), 1-2.

Bava, S. (2003). The Show Must Go On: Families Growing Through Divorce. Training Guide for Facilitators. Houston, TX: Houston Galveston Institute.

Bava, S. (2001). Transforming Performances: An Intern-researcher’s Hypertextual Journey in a Postmodern Community. (http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-01062002-234843/). Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Bava, S., & Levin, S. (2007). Collaborative disaster response: Setting-up mental health services in a Mega-shelter. AFTA Monograph Series: Systemic Responses to Disaster: Stories of the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Bava, S., & Saul, J. (2008). Implementing Collective Approaches to Massive Trauma/Loss in Western Contexts: Implications for Recovery, Peacebuilding and Development. Sponsored by INCORE. (http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/pdfs/IDRCsaul.pdf).

Bava, S., & Tramonte, L. (2006). After Katrina: Creating and enhancing resiliency. Lakeline (MS Psychology Our Lady of the Lake University Houston Newsletter), Spring.

Bava, S., Burchard, C., Ichihashi, K., Irani, A., & Zunker, C. (2002). Conversing and constructing spirituality in a postmodern training context. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 13, 237–258.

Bava, S., Levin, S., & Tinaz, D. (2002). A Polyvocal Response to Trauma in a Postmodern Learning Community. Journal of Systematic Therapies, 21(2), 104-113.

Bayona, J., (2007). Finding Hope in Tragedy and Chaos: A Commentary on “I Finally Got Real Parents and Now They’re Gonna Die”. Families, Systems, & Health, 25(2), 234-235.

Bayona, J. A. (2008). Man with Chronic Back Pain and Panic Attacks: a collaborative multi-systems intervention. In R. Kessler & D. Stafford (Eds.), Collaborative Medicine Case Studies: Evidence in Practice, 8, 415-418.

Bayona, J. (2006). A Story That Made a Difference: Lessons from Don Pedro and His Family. Families, Systems, & Health, 24(2), 220-223.

Bayona, J. (2004). [Review of the book Family Therapy as an Alternative to Medication: An Appraisal of Pharmland, by P. S. Prosky, & D. V. Keith]. Families, Systems, & Health, 22(1), 122-127.

Bayona, J. (2003) Pulmonary Function Testing: Procedures for Primary Care Physicians (2nd ed.), CV Mosby, 651-659.

Bayona, J., Goodrich, T. J. The Integrative Care Conference; An Innovative Model for Teaching at the Heart of Communication in Medicine. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 20(2), 174-179.

Biever, J. L., & Franklin, C. (1998). Social construction in action: Using reflecting teams in family practice. In C. Franklin & P. Nurius (Eds.), Practicing Constructivism: Methods, evidence, and future challenges (pp. 259-276). Milwaukee, WI: Families International Inc.

Biever, J. L., Castaño, M. T., de las Fuentes, C., González, C., Servín-López, S., Sprowls, C. & Tripp, C. G. (2002) The role of language in training psychologists to work with Hispanic clients. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33, 330–336.

Biever, J. L., Castaño, M. T., González, C., Levy-Navarro, R., Sprowls, C., & Verdinelli, S. (2004). Spanish-Language Psychotherapy: Therapists’ Experiences and Needs. Advances in Psychology Research, 29, 157-182.

Biever, J. L., de las Fuentes, C., Cashion, L., & Franklin, C. (1998). The social construction of gender: A comparison of feminist and post-modern approaches. The Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 11, 163-179.

Biever, J.L., Kirby, P. G., & Shell, C. L. (2006). Factors that increase and decrease stress for nontraditional college students. In M. V. Landow (Ed.), Stress and mental health of college students (pp. 171-186). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Blount, A., & Bayona, J., (1994). Toward a System of Integrated Primary Care. Family Systems Medicine, 12(2), 171-182.

Bobele, R. M., Gardner, G. T., & Biever, J. L. (1995). Supervision as social construction. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 14(2), 14-25.

Bobele, R. M., Gardner, G. T., & Biever, J. L. (1997). Postmodern supervision: Rethinking hierarchy, expertise, truth, classification, and evaluation. In C. Storm & T. Todd (Eds.), The complete systemic supervisor: Philosophy, methods, and contexts (pp. 217-228). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Boyd, G. (2002). Is Everything Sacred?: Spiritual Practices in Postsecular Marriage and Family Therapy. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 7(1), 4-12.

Boyd, G. (1998). Pastoral conversation: A postmodern view of expertise. Pastoral Psychology, 46(5), 307-321.

Boyd, G. (1996). Pastoral conversation: A social construction view. Pastoral Psychology, 44(4), 215-226.

Boyd, G. (1996). Kerygma and conversation. Journal of Pastoral Care, December.
Castaño, M. T, Biever, J.L., González, C. G., & Anderson, K. B. (2007). Challenges of Providing Mental Health Services in Spanish. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38, 667-673.

Ellman, B., Rampage, C., & Goodrich, T. J., (1989).A feminist family therapy approach towards “a standard pair.” Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 1(1), 45-60.

Fernandez, E., London, S., & Rodriguez-Jazcilevich, I. (2006). Learning/ Teaching Postmodern ideas in three different settings. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 25(4) 32-43.

Fernández, E., London, S. & Tarragona, M. (2003). Las conversaciones reflexivas en el trabajo clínico, el entrenamiento y la supervision. En G. Licea, I. Paquentin, & Selicof (Comps.), Voces y más voces: el equipo reflexivo en México. Mexico, D.F. (Reflexive Conversations in Clinical work, Training and Supervision)

Franklin, Biever, J. Moore, K., Clemons, D., & Scamardo, M. (2001). The effectiveness of solution-focused therapy with children in a school setting. Research on Social Work Practice, 11, 411-434.

Gehart, D., Tarragona, M., & Bava, S. (2007). A Collaborative Approach to Research and Inquiry. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.), Collaborative therapy: Conversations and relationships that make a difference. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.

Gergen, K. J., Hoffman, L., & Anderson, H. (1996). Is diagnosis a disaster: A constructionist trialogue. In F. Kaslow (Ed.), Handbook of Relational Diagnosis. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Gladu, R., Nieman, L. Z., Goodrich, T. J., Groff, J. Y., & Velasquez, M. M. (2002). Family medicine month in a university-based program: Establishing a family medicine identity. Family Medicine Journal, 34(3), 164-166.

Gonzalez, R. C., Biever, J. L., & Gardner, G. T. (1994). The multicultural perspective in therapy: A social constructionist approach. Psychotherapy, 31, 515-524.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J. (1976). On evaluating the outcome of treatment. In Alcoholism Counseling (3rd ed.) (pp. 3-23). Matteson, IL: Good and Golden.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J., & Charalampous, K. D. (1977). Alcoholism and the courts: Experience with a traffic safety project. Hospital Community Psychiatry, 28, 33-35.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J., & Charalampous, K. D. (1975). Alcoholism and psychiatry: Current perceptions. Texas Hospital Association, 30, 31-33.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J., Charalampous, K. D., & Ford, B. K. (1976). Self-esteem in alcoholics and non-alcoholics. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 37(7), 990-994.

(Goodrich) Skinner T. J., Price, B.S., Scott, D.W., & Gorry G.A. (1977) Factors affecting the choice of hospital-based ambulatory care by the urban poor. American Journal of Public Health, 67(5), 439–445.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J., Price, B. S., & Gorry, G. A. (1977). Directing the hospital outpatient to the neighborhood health clinic. American Journal of Public Health, 67(12), 1191-1193.

(Goodrich) Skinner, T. J., Price, B.S., Scott, D.W., & Gorry, G. A. (1977). Factors affecting the choice of hospital-based ambulatory care by the urban poor. American Journal of Public Health, 67(5), 439-445.

Goodrich, T. J. (2009). Preserving principle: Programming for faculty health and well-being. In T. R. Cole, T. J. Goodrich, & E. R. Gritz (Eds.), Faculty Health in Academic Medicine: Physicians, Scientists, and the Pressure of Success (pp. 223-231). New York, NY: Humana Press.

Goodrich, T. J. (2008). Trouble in Paradise. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 24(6), 523-6.

Goodrich, T. J. (2006). PsycCRITIQUES – Contemporary Psychology. APA Review of Books 50(9), Article 1.

Goodrich, T. J. (2006). Narrative medicine: A new department. Families, Systems, & Health, 24(2), 218-219.

Goodrich, T. J. (2003). Transformative listening: Patients’ evidence for healing, Videotape Series. Houston, TX: University of Texas, Houston Medical School.

Goodrich, T. J. (2003). Patients’ narratives: Impact on Residents, Videotape Series. Houston, TX: University of Texas, Houston Medical School.

Goodrich, T. J. (2003). A feminist family therapist’s work is never done. In L. B. Silverstein & T. J. Goodrich (Eds.), Feminist Family Therapy: Empowerment and Social Context (pp. 3-15). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Goodrich, T. J. (2002). [Review of the book Schopenhauers Porcupines: Intimacy and its dilemmas, by D. A. Luepnitz]. Families, Systems, & Health, 20, 455-456.

Goodrich, T. J. (2001). Collaborative family healthcare, Videotape Series. Houston, TX: University of Texas, Houston Medical School.

Goodrich, T. J. (2000). [Review of the book A Season in Hell: A Memoir, by M. French]. Families, Systems, & Health, 18, 130-132.

Goodrich, T. J. (1999). After the affair: Case commentary. In R. Simon, L. Markowitz, C. Barrilleaux, & B. Topping (Eds.), The Art of Psychotherapy: Case Studies from the Family Therapy Networker (pp. 26-29). New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons.

Goodrich, T. J. (1997). Choosing sides: Remaining even-handed in the face of unequal power and privilege. Family Therapy Networker, 21(5), 19-20.

Goodrich, T. J. (1996). [Review of the book Medicine and the Family: A Feminist Perspective, by L. Candib]. Families, Systems, & Health, 14, 395-397.

Goodrich, T. J. (1995). [Review of the book The Mothers Voice: Strengthening Intimacy in Families, by K. Weingarten]. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 6, 87-88.

Goodrich, T. J. (1995). [Review of the book Singing at the Top of Our Lungs: Women, Love, and Creativity, by C. Bepko and J. Krestan]. Journal of Marital Family Therapy, 21, 329.

Goodrich, T. J. (1994). [Review of the book Women and Families: Feminist reconstructions, by K. M. Barber and K. R. Allen]. Journal of Marital Family Therapy, 20, 219.

Goodrich, T. J. (1994). [Review of the book Rethinking the Family: Some Feminist Questions (2nd ed.), by B. Thorne]. Journal of Marital Family Therapy, 20, 218.

Goodrich, T. J. (1994). Marital therapy after an affair. Family Therapy Networker, 18, 86-89.

Goodrich, T. J. (2003). [Review of the book Fundamentals of Clinical Practice: A Textbook on the Patient, Doctor, and Society (2nd ed.), by M. Mengel, W. Holleman, & S. A. Fields]. Families, Systems, & Health, 21(3), 327-328.

Goodrich, T. J. (1993). Piercing the Veil: Passion, Intrigue and Feminine Mystique Pave The Rise Of Psychoanalysis. [Review of the book A Most Dangerous Method: The Story of Jung, Freud, and Sabina Spielrein, by J. Kerr; & Translate This Darkness: The Life of Christiana Morgan, by C. Douglas]. New York, NY: Newsday.

Goodrich, T. J. (1992). [Review of the book The Reflecting Team: Dialogues and Dialogues about the Dialogues, by T. Andersen]. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, 49, 54-55.

Goodrich, T. J. (1992). [Review of the book Finding Herself: Pathways to Identity Development in Women, by R. Josselson]. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 4(1), 107-109.

Goodrich, T. J. (1992). [Review of the article Women in Family Businesses: Challenges and Opportunities, by M. Salganicoff]. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 4(3/4), 118-120.

Goodrich, T. J. (1991). Women, Power, and Family Therapy: What’s Wrong With This Picture? Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 3(1/2), 5-37.

Goodrich, T. J. (1991). Women and Power: Perspectives for Family Therapy. New York, NY: Norton.

Goodrich, T. J. (1991). Mother/Father doing discipline. Family Therapy Networker, 15, 76-77.

Goodrich, T. J. (1991). Gender politics and couples therapy. Farmington, CT: University of Connecticut Medical School.

Goodrich, T. J. (1990). [Review of the book Writing a Womans Life, by C. G. Heilbrun]. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 2(2), 96-98.

Goodrich, T. J. (1990). [Review of the book Rituals in Families and Family Therapy, by E. Imber-Black, J. Roberts, & R. Whiting]. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 2(1), 67-70.

Goodrich, T. J. (1990). Case commentary. Family Therapy Networker, 14, 21-23.

Goodrich, T. J. (1988). Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking: The trials of the feminist presenter. Family Therapy Networker, 12, 57-59.

Goodrich, T. J. (1987). Regarding chronic illness and families. Yearbook of Family Practice.

Goodrich, T. J. (1987). Abusing children. Yearbook of Family Practice.

Goodrich, T. J. (1986). Anger-in/anger-out. Yearbook of Family Practice.

Goodrich, T. J. (1985). Is family research an invasive procedure. Family Practice Research Journal, 4, 179-188.

Goodrich, T. J. (1981). Physicians’ styles enhancing compliance, Videotape Series. Houston, TX: Baylor College of Medicine.

Goodrich, T. J. (1978). Strategies for dealing with the issue of subjectivity in evaluation. Evaluation Quarterly, 2, 631-645.

Goodrich, T. J. (1986). Treating the elderly. Yearbook of Family Practice.

Goodrich, T. J (1989). Women’s work: Is it yours, mine, or ours? Journal of Feminist Family Thrapy, 1(1), 85-92.

Goodrich, T. J. (2008). Ruminations on Arthur Frank’s Generous Medicine. Families, Systems, & Health, 26(3), 328-332.

Goodrich, T. J., & Charalampous, K. D. (1978). Interpretive procedures entailed in using the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test. British Journal of Addiction to Alcohol & Other Drugs, 73(2), 117–121.

Goodrich, T. J., & Gorry, G. A. (1980). The process of ambulatory care: A comparison of the hospital and the community health center. American Journal of Public Health, 70(3), 251-255.

Goodrich, T. J., & Grose, N. P. (1985). Chronic illness: A systems perspective. In S. Henao & N. Gross (Eds.), Principles of Family Systems in Family Medicine (pp. 292-315). New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Goodrich, T. J., & Silverstein, L. B. (2005). Now you see it, now you don’t: Feminist training in family therapy. Family Process, 44(3), 267-281.

Goodrich, T. J., & Silverstein, L. B. (2001). Feminist family therapy. In J. Worell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and Gender, Two-Volume Set: Sex Similarities and Differences and the Impact of Society on Gender 1-2 (pp. 447-456). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Goodrich, T. J., Cole, T. R., & Gritz, E. R. (2008). Faculty Health in Academic Medicine: Physicians, Scientists, and the Pressure of Success. New York, NY: Humana Press.

Goodrich, T. J., Cole, T.R., & Gritz, E.R. (2008). Future directions for assessing and supporting faculty health. Faculty Health in Academic Medicine: Physicians, Scientists, and the Pressure of Success. New York, NY: Humana Press.

Goodrich, T. J., Cole, T.R., & Gritz, E.R. (2008). The context of concern for faculty health. Faculty Health in Academic Medicine: Physicians, Scientists, and the Pressure of Success. New York, NY: Humana Press.

Goodrich, T. J., Cole, T. R., Gritz, E.R., Apted, J., et al. Faculty health in academic medicine: Toward a new field of inquiry. Academic Medicine, accepted for publication.

Goodrich, T. J., Ellman, B., Rampage, C., & Halstead, K. (1990). The lesbian couple. In M. P. Mirkin (Ed.), The Social and Political Contexts of Family Therapy (pp. 159-178). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Goodrich, T. J., Irvine, C., & Boccher-Lattimore, D. (2005). Narrative ethics as collaboration: A four-session curriculum. Families, Systems, & Health, 23(3), 348-357.

Goodrich, T. J., Rampage, C., Ellman, B., & Halstead, K. (1988). Feminist Family Therapy: A Casebook. New York, NY: W W Norton & Co Inc.

Goodrich, T. J., Rampage, C., Ellman, B., Halstead, K., Angie & Hank (1985). Learning to stop singing the blues. The Family Therapy Networker, 9, 50-52; 70-71.

Goodrich, T. J., Wang, C. M. (1999). The doctor’s power: Implications for training. Families, Systems, & Health, 17(4), 447-457.

Goolishian, H. & Anderson, H. (1987). Language systems and therapy: An evolving idea. Psychotherapy, 24(3), 529-538.

Gorry, G. A., & Goodrich, T. J. (1978). On the Role of Values in Program Evaluation. Evaluation Quaterly, 2(4): 561-572.

Gorry, G. A., T. J. Goodrich and E. E. Will (1981). Performance Evaluation of Cardiac Rehabilitation. In W. Blocker & D. Cardus (Eds.), Rehabilitation in Ischemic Heart Disease (pp. 391-397). New York, NY: Spectrum Publications

Grose, N. P., & Goodrich, T. J. (1985). Chronicity and the Physician. Family Systems Medicine, 3(2), 171-190.

Grose, N. P., Goodrich, T. J., & Czyzewski, D. (1983). The development of professional identity in the family practice resident. Journal of Medical Education, 58(6), 489-91.

Hoffman, T. J., Amodei, N., Taylor, E. R., Madrigal, A., Biever, J. L., & Cardenas, F. (1999). Violence prevention in early childhood: Effectiveness of a violence prevention curriculum for Headstart teachers. Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 27, 67-75.

Keeney, B. P., & Bobele, M. (1989). A brief note on family violence. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 10(2), 93-95.

Kirby, P. G., & Biever, J.L. (2004). Introducing technology into the classroom: A qualitative study of trained faculty’s reactions. National Social Science Journal, 23(1), 64-67.

Kirby, P. G., Biever, J.L., Martinez, I., & Gómez, J. P. (2004). Adults returning to school: The impact on family and work. Journal of Psychology, 138, 65-76.

Kirby, P. G, Biever, J.L., Martinez, I., & Gómez, J. P. (2003). Nontraditional Students: A Qualitative study of the impact of returning to school on family, work, and social life. National Social Science Journal, 21(1), 42-47.

Levin, S. (2006). Hearing the Unheard: Advice to Professionals from Women Who Have Been Battered. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart. (Eds.), Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference. New York, NY: Routledge.

Levin, S. (1998). Achelra and the big experiment: A story of collaboration and connection with a scared eleven-year-old. In T. Nelson & F. Thomas (Eds.), Tales from treating families. New York: Haworth Press.

Levin, S. (1995). Hearing the unheard: A postmodern approach to research interviewing. Zeitshrift für systemische Therapie, 3.

Levin, S. (1991). Hearing the unheard: Women’s stories about being battered (Doctoral Dissertation). Cincinnati, OH: Union Institute.

Levin, S. (1986). The Galveston Family Institute training program: A personal perspective. Network, 5(1).

Levin, S. B., Raser, J. B., Niles, C., & Reese, A. (1986). Beyond family systems—toward problem systems: Some clinical implications. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 5(4), 62-69.

Levin, S., & Anderson, H. (1998). Generative conversations: A postmodern approach to conceptualizing and working with human systems. In M. Hoyt (Ed.), The handbook of constructive therapies. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Inc.

Levin, S., & Anderson, H. (1997). Collaborative conversations with children: Country clothes and city clothes. In D. Nylund & C. Smith (Eds.), Narrative therapy with children and teens. New York: Guilford Publications.

Levin, S., & Bava, S. (2003). Not Your Usual Conversation About Ethics [Video]. CA: Masterwork.

Levin, S., & Jenkins, M. (2005). Listening to fathers’ voices: Non-custodial fathers talk about the child support system. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 10(5), 53-67.

Levin, S., Anderson, H., & Burney, J. P. (1999). A postmodern collaborative approach to therapy. In D. Lawson & F. Prevatt (Eds.), Casebook in family therapy. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co.

London, S. (2006). Imagen and Success: Collaboration and AI with a Law Firm in Mexico City. AI Practitioner, 26-32.

Andersen, T. (2005). Una Conversación…. Emotiva y Reflexiva (Interview by S. London). Retrieved from http://terapiasposmodernas.blogspot.com

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