Publications

Berkeley, California: Guilford Publications.

Working with High-Risk Adolescents: An Individualized Family Therapy Approach. 

Metalogos. Issue No. 29.

Collaborative-dialogic coaching

Spring 2016. www.psychological-opinions.gr. 7:10-14. 

Listening, hearing and speaking: Brief thoughts on the relationship to dialogue.
Psychological Opinions. 

Systemic therapy in historical perspective. In A. Consoli & L. Beutler (Eds.).

Comprehensive Textbook of Theories of Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice.

New York, NY: Routledge.

Postmodern-poststructural-social construction therapies: Collaborative, narrative and solution-Focused. In T. Sexton & J. Lebow (Eds.). Handbook of Family Therapy.

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing

Collaborative therapy. In Sage Encyclopedia of Theory of Counseling and Psychotherapy. (E. Neukrug, Ed.).

Auckland, New Zealand: 6(2): 87-92. November 2014.

Rethinking psychotherapy: Collaborative-dialogue. Psychology Aotearoa.

Silver Fox Advisors.

Tips for how to have a good assistant.

Everything is Connected Press: Farnhill, UK

Collaborative-dialogue based research as everyday practice: Questioning our myths. In G. Simon & A. Chard, Eds. Systemic Inquiry: Innovations in Reflexive
Practice Research

The Taos Institute newsletter. July, 2014

Brief thoughts on collaborative learning.

Psychotherapie

Ethics and uncertainty: Evolving thoughts.

Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing.

Collaborative learning communities: Toward a postmodern perspective on teaching and learning; ​Handbook of Educational Theories. B.J. Irvy & G. Brown (Eds.).

January, 2012: 14-21.

Therapuetische conversation as generative dialogue. Zeitschrift für systemische therapie und berating. 

Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. August, 2012.

Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference. 

Houston Business Journal - Houston, Texas.

Tips for Putting Collaborative Leadership into Action. 

The Wiley handbook of family psychology

Collaborative practice: Relationships and conversations that make a difference. In J. Bray & M. Stanton (Eds.). The Wiley handbook of family psychology (pp.300-313).

January, 2009, The Taos Institute Newsletter

Postmodern/social construction assumptions: Invitations for Collaborative Practices.

Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Collaborative therapy. In K. B. Jordan (Ed.), The theory reference guide: A quick resource for expert and novice mental health professionals.

Harlene Anderson

New Scientist, 2017

Harlene Anderson

IFLS, 2018

Harlene Anderson

National Geographic, 2015

Terapia y Familia. 21(2): 6-15.

Mitos sobre el “No-saber”

New Therapist, 50.

From coercion to cooperation: Working with clients who don’t want therapy: An interview with Harlene Anderson. 

New York: Routledge.

 A postmodern umbrella: Language and knowledge as relational and generative, and inherently transforming. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.), Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference, (pp. 7-19). 

New York: Routledge.

Historical influences. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.), Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference, (pp. 21-31).

New York: Routledge.

Dialogue: People creating meaning with each other and finding ways to go on. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.). Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference, (pp. 33-41).

New York: Routledge.

The heart and spirit of collaborative therapy: The philosophical stance—“A way of being” in relationship and conversation. In H. Anderson & D. Gehart (Eds.). Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference, (pp. 43-61).

New York: Routledge.

Dialogue: Appreciating the possibilities inherent in it. In S. McNamee & H. Anderson (Guest Eds.), AI Practitioner: International journal of AI best practices, Expanding Organizational Practices: Lessons from Therapeutic Conversations, 9-11.

Harlene

Anderson, H. (2005)

The myth of not-knowing. Family process, 44, 497-504.

Anderson, H. (2005)

Un enfoque postmoderno de a terapia: La musica polifonica y las terapia “desde dentro” In G. Limon Arce (Ed., Trans.), Terapias Postmodernas: Aportaciones construccionistas, (pp. 59-67). Mexico: Editorial pax Mexico, Libreria Carlos Cesarman. S.A..

Anderson, H. (2004)

Creating Collaborative learning communities around the world. Houston Galveston Institute newsletter, April, 2004.

Journal of systemic therapies. 23(2), 68-77.

The Wisdom of not knowing: A conversation with Harlene Anderson [Interview]. Journal of systemic therapies. 23(2), 68-77.

New York: Brunner Routledge.

Postmodern social construction therapies. In G. Weeks, T. L.Sexton & M. Robbins (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy, (pp.125-145). 

Herefordshire, U.K.: PCCS Books.

A postmodern collaborative approach to therapy: Broadening the possibilities of clients and therapists. In Y. Bates & R. House (Eds.), Ethically challenged professions: Enabling innovation and diversity in psychotherapy and counseling.

New York:Routledge.

Foreward. In L. Holzman & R. Mendez (Eds.) Psychological investigations (pp.xi-xvi). 

28, 279-281.

In the space between people: Seikkula’s open dialogue approach. Journal of marital and family therapy.

Anderson, H. (2001). Ethics

Samtale, Sprog og Terapi. (D. Ipsen, Trans). Copenhagen, Denmark: Hans
Reitzels Forlag.

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