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Amantea, C. (1989). The Lourdes of Arizona: (1989). 170pp.

Andreas, C., & Satir, V. M. (1989). Blended families [videorecording]. Boulder, Colo.

        NLP Comprehensive, 1989.

Andreas, S., & Satir, V. M. (1991). Virsinia Satir, the patterns of her magic. Palo Alto, Calif.:

        Sciense and Behavior Books.

Anwar, F. (2002). Anxieties of intimacy and aloneness and the courage to be in relation.         

            Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology, US, 1.

Baldwin, M. (Ed.). (2000). The use of self in therapy (2nd ed.). Binghamton, NY:

        The Haworth Press, Inc.

Baldwin, M. Baldwin, D. C., & Altschul Group. (1993). Virsinia Satir the use of self in therapy        [videorecording]. Evanston, III. Vancouver, BC: Altschul Group Corporation;  Image Media.

Balwin, M., Baldwin, D. C., Klempner, Y., Slayton, C., Satir, V. M., & Altschul Group. (1993).        Virsinia Satir the use of self in therapy. Evanston. IL. Vancouver, BC:

        distributed by Altschul Group Corporation; Leaning Connection [distributor].

Balwin, M., & Satir, V. M. (1987). The Use of self in therapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Bandler, R., Andreas, S., Andreas, C., Satir, V. M., & Grinder, J. (1982). Reframing:               

            neuro-linguistic programming [Trade mark symbol] and the transformation of            meaning. Moab, Utah: Real People Press.

Bandler, R., & Satir, V. M. (1975). The structure of magic: a book about language and  therapy.

              Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books.

Bandler, R., & Satir, V. M. (1976). Changing with families: a book about further education for        being human. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books.

Bandler, R., & Satir, V. M. (1979). Frogs into princes: neuro linguistic programming. Moab,  Utah: 

              Real People Press

 Banman, J. (2002). The Satir model: Yesterday and today. Contemporary Family Therapy:

              The International Journal, 24(1), 7-22.

Banman, J. (1986). Virsinia Satir's Family Therapy Model., Individual Psychology: The            Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice (Vol. 42, pp. 480): University of          Texas Press

Bitter, J. R. (1988). Family Mapping and Family Constellation: Satir In Adlerian Context.,          Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice (Vol.        44, pp. 106): University of Texas Press.

Braverman, S. (1986). Heinz Kohut and Virginia Satir: Strange bedfellows? Contemporary          Family Threapy: An International Journal, 8(2), 101-110.

Brothers, B. (1991). Virsinia Satir: foundational ideas. New York: Haworth Press.

Brothers, B. J. (Ed.) (1992). Couples therapy, multiple perspectives: In search of universal          threads.

Brothers, B. J. (Ed.). (1996). Couples and the Tao of congruence.

Brothers, B. J. (Ed.). (1996). Couples: Building bridgs.

Bryant, D., Kessler, J., & Shirar, L.(1992). The family inside: Working with the multiple:(1992).

Bula, J. F. (1996). Virsinia Satir: Demonstration in making connetion; A commentary on            "Congruent Communication Builds Bridges." In Brothers, Barbara Jo (Ed) (1996)          Couples: Building bridges (pp. 15-17) 109pp.

Cardelle. F. D. (1989). Youth and adult: the shared journey towards wholeness. New York,          N.Y.: Gardner Press: Distributed to the Trade by Kampmann.

Cheung, M. (1997). Social construction theory and the Satir Model: Toward a synthesis.,          American Journal of Family Therapy(Vol. 25, pp. 331): Brunner/Mazel.

Corrales, R. G., Price, R. R., Whitaker, C. A., & Satir, V. (1987). Communications/ experiental        family therapy [videorecording/]. Kansas City, MO: Golden Triad Films,.

Dodson, L. S., & Kurpuis, D. J. (1977). Family counseling: a systems approach. Muncie, IN:        Accelerated Development.

Freeman, M. L. (1999). GENDER MATTERS IN THE SATIR GROWTH MODEL., American        Journal of Family Therapy (Vol. 27, pp. 345-363): Brunner/ Mazel.

Gartner, R. B. (1995). The relationship between Interpersonal psychoanalysis and family            therapy. In Lionells, Marylou (Ed); Fiscalini, John (Ed); et al (1995) Handbook of          Interpersonal Psychoanalysis (pp 793-822) xii, 914pp.

Garton, N. R., & Otto, H. A. (1964). The development of theory and practice in social              casework. Sprngfield, III.,: Thomas.

Gochros, H. L., & Schultz, L. G. (1972). Human sexuality and social work. New York,:            Association Press.

Gottfarb. L. (1985). Virsinia Satir still going strong: From the International Human Learning        Resouces Network's international conference in Sveti Stefan, Yugoslavia, September        1985. Psykist Halsa, 26(4), 218-219.

Gross, S. J. (1994). The Process of change: Variations on a theme by Virsinia Satir. Journal        of Humanistic Psychology, 34(3), 87-110.

Haber, R. (2002). Virsinia Satir: An integrated, humanistic approach. Contemporary Family          Therapy: An International Journal, 24(1), 23-34.

Hansson, K. (1999). Family psychology in Sweden: Historical overview and the Swedish model        of family therapy. In Gielen, Uwe P(Ed); Comunian, Anna Laura(Ed) (1999).              International approaches to the family and family therapy Series on international and        crosscultural psychology (pp 225-233) viii, 311pp.

Headley, L. (1997). Adults and their parents in family therapy: a new direction in treatment.        New York: Plenum Press.

Howard, D. R. (1988). An investigation of the concept of rules from the perspectives of            Donald Jakson, Savador Minuchin, and Virsinia Satir with implications for pastoral        counseling. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, LA, US, 1.

Kramer, S. Z. (1995). Transforming the inner and outer family: Humanistic and spiritual          approaches to mind-body systems therapy: (1995).

Lawe, C. R. H., Arthur M. (1986). Guest Editors' Introduction., Individual Psychology: The          Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice (Vol. 42, pp. 467): University of          Texas Press.

Leader, A. L. (1986). Satir Step by Step (Book Review). Social Work (Vol. 31, pp. 74):            National Association of Social Workers.

Lee, B. K. (2002). The religious significance of the Satir model: Philosophical, ritual and          empirical perspectives (Virsinia Satir). U Ottawa, Canada, 1.

Leveton, E. (1977). Psychodrama for the timid clinician. New York: Springer Pub. Co.

Leveton, E. (2001). A clinician's guide to psychodrama (3rd ed.): (2001).

Loeschen, S. (1998). Systematic training in the skills of Virsinia Satir. Pacific Grove, Calif.:                Books/Cole Pub. Co.

Luepnitz, D. A. (1998). The family interpreted: Feminist theory in clinical practice: (1998).

Martin, D. B., Gloria W. (1986). Satir step by step (Book Review). Family Relation (Vol. 35,        pp. 338): National Council on Family Relations.

Moore, M. K., Daniela. (1999). Satir for Beginners: Incoungruent Communication Patterns in        Romantic Fiction., ETC: A Review of General Semantics (Vol. 56, pp. 429):              International Society for General Semantics.

Nass, G. D. (1979). Alive and Aware/ Making Contact/ The Family Crucible (Book Review).        Journal of Marriage & the Family (Vol. 41, pp. 435): National Council on Family          Relations.

Nelson, J. C. (1985). Conjoint Family Therapy (Book Review). Social Work (Vol. 30, pp. 83):        National Association of Social Workers.

Nerin, W. F. (1986). Family reconstruction: long day's journey into light (1st ed.). New York:        Norton.

Palomino O. H. (1997). A critical appraisal of structural family therapy as a resource in            pastoral counseling. Southwesterns Baptist Theological Seminary, US, 1.

Satir, V. (1960). Family communication and growth [Sound recording/]. Mill Valley, Calif.: Big        Sur Recordings.

Satir, V., Banmen, J. (1982). Avants's process community II, Virsinia Satir's summer institute.        North Delta, British Columbia, Canada: Delta Psychological Associates.

Satir, V., Banman, J., Gerber, J., & Gomori, M. (1991). The Satir model: Family therapy and        beyond. Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books.

Satir, V., Banman, J., &  Gerber, J. S. (1985). Meditations & inspirations. Berkerley, Calif.:        Celestial Arts.

Satir, V. & Golden Triad Films. (1983). Of rocks and flowers dealing with the abuse of            children [vidoerecording:]. Kansas City, Mo.: Gelden Triad Films,.

Satir, V. & Golden Triad Films (1983). Virginia Satir talks about the essence of change            [videorecording.]. Kansas City, Mo.: Golden Triad Films,.

Satir, V., & Thinking Allowed Productions. (1987). Communication and congruence                  [videorecording.]. S. 1.: Thinking Allowed Productions.

Satir, V. M. (1964). Conjoint family therapy: a guide to theory and technique. [Palo Alto,          Calif]: Science and Behavior Books.

Satir, V. M. (1967). Conjoint family therapy; a guede to theory and technique (Rev. - ed.).        Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books.

Satir, V. M. (1971). Family communication and growth. San Rafael, Calif.: Big Sur Recordings.

Satir, V. M. (1972). Peoplemaking. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books.

Satir, V. M. (1975). Selfesteem: [poem]. Millbrae, Calif.: Celestial Arts.

Satir, V. M. (1976). Maiking contact. Millbrae, Calif.: Celestial Arts.

Satir, V. M. (1978). Your many faces. Millbrae, Calif.: Celestial Arts.

Satir, V. M. (1983). Conjoint family therapy (3rd, Rev. and expand ed.). Palo Alto, Calif.:          Science and Bavior Books.

Satir, V. M. (1988). The new peoplemaking. Mountain View, Calif.: Science and Bahavior          Books.

Satir, V. M. (1991). The Satir Model: family therapy and beyond. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science          and Behaviou Books.

Satir, V. M. (1995). Your many faces. Berkeley, Calif.: Celestial Arts Pub. Co.

Satir, V. M., & American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (1984). Virsinia Satir.        [Upland, Calif.]: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Satir, V. M., & Baldwin, M. (1983). Satir step by step: a guide to creating change in families.        Palo Alto, Cal.: Science and Bahavior Books.

Satir, V. M., Stachowiak, J., & Taschman, H. A. (1976). Helping families to change.              Northvale, New York: J. Aronson.

Satir, V. M., Stachowiak, J., & Taschman, H. A. (1983). Helping families to change.              Northvale, New Jersey: J. Aronson.

Satir, V. M., Taschman, H. A. & Stachowiak, J. (1975). Helping families to change.              Northvale, New York: J. Aronson.

Sayles, C. (2002). Tranformational change - based on the model of Virginia Satir.                  Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 24,(1), 93-109.

Simon, R. (1992). One on one: Conversations with the shapers of family therapy: (1992).

Solomin-Mazzanti, A. (2000). Effects of a staff growth group on the therapeutic atmosphere        of an adult female admissions unit. Mississippi State U., US, 1.

Turell, S. C. (2003). The Abuse of Men: Tauma Begets Trauma. Sex Roles, 49, (1-2), 93-93.

Wetchler, J. L., & Piercy, F. P. (1996). Experiential family therapies. In Piercy, Fred P (Ed);        Sprenkle, Douglas H (Ed); et al (1996) Family therapy sourcebook (2nd ed) (pp          79-105)  xci, 475pp.

Woods, M. D., & Martin, D. (1984). The work of Virsinia Satir: Understanding her theory and        technique. American Journal of Family Therapy, 12(4), 3-11.

World Federation for Mental Health. [Proceedings of a conference held August 22-26, 1977, at        the University of British Columbia].

Zeig, J. K., & Lankton, S. R. (Eds.). (1988). Developing Ericksonian therapy: State of the art.

Zerin, E., & Zerin, M. (1988). The "Q" model for the effective management of personal stress.        New York: Gardner Press.