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Gill Gorell Barnes

Gill Gorell Barnes now works as a family, marital and couple therapist in private practice and consults to other therapists of different modalities. For ten years she worked as Consultant to Family Court Proceedings in the UK Family Courts both as therapist and expert witness. She has written a book on family life in transition following divorce, as well as a book on working with children and parents and a research project on stepfamilies. She has written a number of publications that focus on working with highly acrimonious post divorce relationships.

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Family Therapy in Changing Times

Family Therapy in Changing Times

by Gill Gorell Barnes

  • Paperback £24.99

The new edition of this well-known text addresses the plurality of family life today, and considers the way in which the changeable 'theory of family' has influenced the approaches of those working... (more)

Working with Children and Parents Through Separation and Divorce

Working with Children and Parents Through Separation and Divorce

by Emilia Dowling, Gill Gorell Barnes

  • Paperback £24.99

This text combines research, clinical and practical approaches to working with children and parents going through stressful changes linked to separation or divorce. A focused approach to divorce... (more)

Systemic supervision: A portable guide for supervision training

Systemic supervision: A portable guide for supervision training

by Gill Gorell Barnes, Damian McCann

  • Print £22.99

Evaluates the practical and theoretical issues involved in implementing effective supervisory training within a family therapy practice. It examines the relationship between supervisor and trainee in... (more)

Growing up in step-families

Growing up in step-families

by Gill Gorell Barnes, Paul Thompson

  • Paperback £44.00

The growth of step-families has been one of the most dramatic changes in British family life in recent decades. Currently, more than one in twelve children live in a step-family. Using clinical... (more)

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