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Dan Wulff, Karl Tomm, Sally St. George, Tom Strong
Table Of Contents
Introduction: Origins of the PIPs and HIPs Framework K. Tomm 1. Introducing the IPscope: A Systemic Assessment Tool for Distinguishing Interpersonal Patterns K. Tomm 2. Conceptualizing Interactional Patterns: Theoretical Threads to Facilitate Recognizing and Responding to IPs T. Strong 3. Teaching and Learning Relational Practice S. Couture, K. Tomm 4. A Life History of a PIP: Snapshots in Time T. Mudry, T. Strong, J. Chang 5. Can I Give You a TIP? Inviting Healing Conversations in Practice J. Gaete, I. Sametband, O. Sutherland 6. Braiding Socio-Cultural Interpersonal Patterns into Therapy S. St. George, D.Wulff 7. His Cave and Her Kitchen...Gendered PIPs and HIPs and Societal Discourses J.S. Hall, I. Sametband 8. Sensing, Understanding, and Moving Beyond Intercultural PIPs I. Sametband, T. Wilson, C. Tsai 9. IPs-Supervision as Relationally Responsive Practice J. Chang and J. Gaete 10. Researching Interpersonal Patterns S. St. George, D. Wulff, T. Strong 11. Continuing the Journey K. Tomm Index
Karl Tomm, MD; Sally St. George, PhD; Dan Wulff, PhD; and Tom Strong, PhD, are all affiliated with the University of Calgary and the Calgary Family Therapy Centre in Alberta, Canada.