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bullet Email, 8 February, 2005: Dr. Sandra ES Neil
This letter is to let you know about my most recent Family Psychology Publications, all involving the Satir Model with references and bibliographies including Satir and others from Avanta and International Council of Psychologists.

 

Books

1.      Neil, S.E.S. “Enhancing Family Resilience: A Transgenerational Approach to Positive Change in Dysfunctional Families.”  In Grotberg, E. (Ed), “Resilience For Today: Gaining Strength from Adversity,” pp.53-80.  Greenwood Press, 2003 ISBN # 0-275-97984-9.

2.      Neil, S.E.S., “Disengaging Depression by Building Resilience, and Supporting and Educating Families.”  In Lancaster, S. (Ed.), “Psychologists Working With Depression Across the Life Cycle,” Australian Academic Press 2003.  ISBN # 1875 378 47 2.

3.      Neil, S.E.S., “The Family Chessboard and Projective Genogramming: Two Tools For Exploring Family Systems.”  In Nichols, W.C. (Ed.),  “Family Therapy Around the World,”  pp.173-186. Haworth Press, USA, 2004.  ISBN:0789025159

4.      Neil, S.E.S. and Silverberg, R.L., “Beyond the Ties that Bind Adult Children and Their Parents: A Satir Experience that Prepares your Grown Child to be Your Equal.”  In Thomas, A.D., Dayan, N., Bernardo, A.B., and Roth, R. (Eds.), “Helping Others Grow” pp.26 – 41. Shaker Verlag 2005.  ISBN 3-8322-3624-4

 

Journal Article

1.      Neil, S.E.S., “The Family Chessboard and Projective Genogramming: Two Tools For Exploring Family Systems.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy Volume 15, Issues 1 & 2.  pp. 173-186.  Haworth Press, USA.2004, ISSN: 0897-5353

 

By Invitation Award

 1.      Marquis’ “Who’s Who in The World” has published Dr. Sandra E.S. Neil’s biography in the 22nd Edition of 2005.  This award is given to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own fields of endeavour and who have, thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society

 

bulletEmail, 22 December 2004: Dr. Sandra ES Neil

This letter is to let you know about my most recent Family Psychology Publications, all involving the Satir Model with references and bibliographies including Satir and others from Avanta and International Council of Psychologists.

  Books

“Resilience For Today: Gaining Strength from Adversity” – Edited by Dr Edith Grotberg, editor. Dr Sandra E.S Neil was asked to write a chapter on Resilience. Dr Neil’s chapter is titled: “Enhancing Family Resilience: A Transgenerational Approach to Positive Change in Dysfunctional Families.” Greenwood Press 2003. pp.53-80 ISBN # 0-275-97984-9.  “Psychologists Working With Depression Across the Life cycle,” Edited by Associate Professor Sandra Lancaster: is a book written by the Depressions Special

Interest Project, of which Dr Sandra E.S. Neil was the Chair. Dr Sandra

E.S. Neil’s chapter is “Disengaging Depression by Building Resilience, and supporting and Educating Families.” Published by Australian Academic Press 2003. ISBN # 1875 378 47 2.  "Family Therapy Around the World," Edited W.C. Nichols.  Neil, S.E. Chapter: “The Family Chessboard and Projective

Genogramming: Two Tools For Exploring Family Systems.” pp.173-186. Haworth Press, USA 2004.ISBN:0789025159 Journal Articles In the “Journal of Family Psychotherapy” the article  “The Family Chessboard and Projective Genogramming: Two Tools For Exploring Family Systems.” Volume 15, Issues 1 & 2. Ed. by Haworth Press, USA.2004, Haworth Press ISSN: 0897-5353  By Invitation The Marquis’ Who’s Who Publication board, “Who’s Who in The World” has printed Dr. Sandra E.S.Neil’s biography in the 22nd Edition of 2005. The award is limited to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own fields of endeavour and who have, thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society  Could you please add this to the I.P. Website.

 Yours sincerely

Dr Sandra E S Neil PhD, MA (Clinical Psychology), BA, BEd (Counselling), MAPS Clinical Psychologist, Forensic Psychologist and Family Therapist Past-President, International Council of Psychologists World Area Chair, International Council of Psychologists International Affiliate of American Psychological Association Australian National Representative International Academy of Family Psychology Member, Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychology Member, APS Division of Independently Practising Psychologists Member, Australian College of Psychologists in Clinical Private Practice Public Relations and Media Australian Psychological Society Victorian Branch Member, Avanta Virginia Satir Network and IHLRN

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