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Las Tacticas De Poder De Jesucristo by Jay Haley (1991, Paperback)
His family moved to Berkeley, California when he was 4. During his undergraduate years, Haley published a short story in The New Yorker. After a year spent in pursuit of a career as a playwright, he returned to California and received a Bachelors of Library Science degree from University of California at Berkeley and then a Masters Degree in Communication from Stanford University.
Jay was married for the first time in and had three children, Tacticss, Gregory, and Andrew, with his wife Elizabeth. While at Stanford, Haley met the anthropologist Gregory Bateson who invited him to join a communications research project that later became known as The Bateson Project, a collaboration that became one of the driving factors in the creation of family therapy and that published the single most important paper in the history of family therapy, “Towards a Theory of Schizophrenia.
In addition to his personal involvement in the birth and evolution of family therapy, Jay was an observational researcher of psychotherapy in the s and early s. Inwhile working at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, Jay became the founding editor of the family therapy journal Family Process assisted by his first wife, Elizabeth Haley, an porer journalist.
Jay helped to introduce Erickson to the clinical public with such important books as Uncommon Therapy. Haley moved to Philadelphia in the mids to take a position at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. Through his collaboration with Salvador Minuchin and Braulio Montalvo, Jay influenced and was influenced by taxticas evolution of Structural Family Therapy in the early s.
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His publications from the years at the Family Therapy Institute include one of the field’s most influential best selling books, Problem Solving Therapy. After leaving the Family Therapy Institute in the s, Jay moved to the San Diego area and, in collaboration with his third wife Madeleine Richeport-Haley, produced a number of films relating to both anthropology and psychotherapy.
Madeleine also collaborated in the writing of Jay’s final book, Directive Family Therapy. Haley combined a systemic understanding of human problems and strengths with a pragmatic approach to intervention. His method of therapy-—he claimed not to have a theory of therapy The approach emphasizes careful contracting between clients and the therapist, experimenting with possible solutions in a manner sometimes inspired by the therapist and sometimes inspired by the clientreview of the results and informed resumption of experimentation until the goal of therapy is achieved.
In the s and s when psychodynamic approaches to therapy dominated, such practicality was commonly seen as heretical. The here-and-now emphasis of Haley and others of his generation of pragmatic practitioners is now the norm for the field of psychotherapy.
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