The utilization of family secrets as constructive resources in strategic therapy
Date of Original Version
The focus of this paper is the therapeutic use of family secrets as interventions in strategic family therapy. A detailed case analysis illustrates how family secrets can be evaluated without pursuing their content, the role of the therapist in decisions regarding disclosure of secrets, and the strategic assignment of “secrecy” tasks to promote structural change in families. © 1993 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
Journal of Family Psychotherapy
Adams, Jerome F.. "The utilization of family secrets as constructive resources in strategic therapy." Journal of Family Psychotherapy 4, 2 (1993): 19-33. doi:10.1300/j085V04N02_02.