Pandemic Disease and Systems Theory: An Ecological View

Pandemic Disease and Systems Theory: An Ecological View

Ray Becvar, Retired Distinguished Professor and Endowed Chair of Marital and Family Therapy, University of Louisiana, Monroe . . . Stan Amaladas, Baker College, Flint, MI . . . In this paper, we focus on the relationship between the pandemic (we shall treat it as a noun even though it is an adjective) disease called Covid-19, and people, through the […]

Towards Safe(r) Uncertainty:  Support for Managers

Towards Safe(r) Uncertainty: Support for Managers

By Jenn McKinney . . . These are unprecedented times for all of us. What once was considered ‘normal’ is now what used to be (for the moment). We have entered a time of systemic flux (Murmurations Writing Project, 2020) where new ways of being are emerging and changing at quite a fast rate. We are finding that these changes […]

Doing remote systemic psychotherapy during a pandemic – learning from a speedy Quality Improvement Project

Doing remote systemic psychotherapy during a pandemic – learning from a speedy Quality Improvement Project

By Sarah Helps . . . Introduction The past 20 years have seen a gradual rise in research about and practice of video- or tele-psychotherapy. With the worldwide lockdown imposed in response to Covid-19, the practice of face-to-face systemic psychotherapy using the approaches, methods and techniques that have been carefully developed over the past five decades has become impossible. With […]