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Fascinating and inspirational. The beginning clinician will find it a perfect introduction; the seasoned therapist will benefit from Dr. Fishel's facility with the narrative approach to family evaluation and treatment, to the therapist's own past, and to the culture of contemporary adolescence. Filled with rich and stimulating case material, this book is both useful and compelling. (Martha Straus, Ph.D., Author, No-Talk Therapy for Children and Adolescents)

This vibrant book is an evocative and practical exploration of narrative and systematic therapy with teenagers and families. At the same time, it is a journey through the long and rich tradition of family therapy work with adolescents. As the author challenges the stories our society has passed down about teenagers, and brings you the wisdom of therapists whose life work has been with adolescents, you will question, mull over, and perhaps transform your own ideas. (Janine Roberts, Ed.D.)

Dr. Fishel's readable and engaging work could only have been written by an experienced, thoughtful, and well-read clinician. Difficult and sometimes confusing schools of family therapy are made understandable and clinically relevant. Dr. Fishel uniquely integrates the adolescent's developmental trajectory towards autonomy with the value of connectedness to the family. Her calm clinical mastery provides the reader with treatment options and a sense of optimism. This is an excellent text for any professional learning or practicing family therapy. (Michael S. Jellinek, M.D.)

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Anne K. Fishel, Ph.D., is the director of Couples Therapy Training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and a clinical instructor at the Harvard Medical School. She has won several teaching awards from the psychiatry and psychology departments at Massachusetts General Hospital where she supervises staff in individual, couples, and family therapy, directs a reflecting team for evaluation and treatment of couples, and teaches family crisis intervention in the emergency room setting. Dr. Fishel is the author of many book chapters and articles on couples and family therapy, and has presented widely on adolescents, families in crisis, and couples treatment.
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Anne K. Fishel, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, teacher, blogger, and family therapist. She is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at the Harvard Medical School and Director of the Family and Couples Therapy Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, where she has won many teaching prizes from psychiatry residents and psychology interns. She also has a private practice focusing on clinical supervision, and individual, couples and family therapy.

Dr. Fishel is a co-founder of The Family Dinner Project, a non-profit group that works on-line and in person to help families overcome the obstacles that get in the way of family dinners. She speaks, consults, and publishes widely on a range of issues to do with families and couples.

Dr. Fishel is the author of Treating the Adolescent in Family Therapy: A Developmental and Narrative Approach (Jason Aronson, 1999). She writes a blog on Psychologytoday.com, "The Digital Family," and has also blogged about family issues for NPR and PBS. She is an editor for the Harvard Review of Psychiatry and Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice. She lives outside Boston with her husband, and is the mother of two young adult sons.

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