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Virginia Satir Bibliography

Virginia Satirová: Bibliografia prác napísaných v anglickom jazyku.



  • Satir V (1972/1990 (reissue)). Peoplemaking. Souvenir Press Ltd.. ISBN 0285648721.
  • Satir V (1976). Making contact. Berkeley, California: Celestial Arts. ISBN 0-89087-119-1.
  • Satir V; Bandler R; Grinder J (1976). Changing with families: a book about further education for being human. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN 0-8314-0051-X.
  • Satir V (1978). Your many faces. Berkeley, California: Celestial Arts. ISBN 0-89087-120-5.
  • Satir V; Stachowiak J; Taschman H. A. (1994). Helping Families to Change. Northvale, N. J.: Jason Aronson. ISBN 1-56821-227-5.
  • Satir V (1983). Conjoint family therapy. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN 0-8314-0063-3.
  • Satir V; Baldwin M (1983). Satir step by step: a guide to creating change in families. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN 0-8314-0068-4.
  • Satir V (1988). The new peoplemaking. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN 0-8314-0070-6.
  • Satir V; Gomori M; Banmen J; Gerber J. S. (1991). The Satir model: family therapy and beyond. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN 0-8314-0078-1.
  • Satir V (2001). Self Esteem. Berkeley, California: Celestial Arts. ISBN 1-58761-094-9.


  • Amantea, C. (1989).The Lourdes of Arizona: (1989). 170 pp.
  • Andreas, C., & Satir, V. M. (1989). Blended families (videorecording). Boulder, Colorado. NLP Comprehensive, 1989
  • Andreas, S., & Satir, V. M. (1991). Virginia Satir, the patterns of her magic. P.uo Alto, California: Science 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). Virginia Satir the use of self in therapy [videorecording]. Evanston, Ill. Vancouver. BC: Altschul Group Corporation; Image Media
  • Baldwin, M., Baldwin, D. C., Klempner, Y., Slayton, C., Satir, V. M., &: Altschul Group. (1993). Virginia Satir, the use of self in therapy, Evanston, IL. Vancouver, BC; distributed by Altschul Group Corporation; Learning Connection [distributor].
  • Baldwin, 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: neurolinguistic programming and the transformation of meaning. Moab, Utah. Real People Press.
  • Bandler, R, & Satir, V. M. (191S). The structue of magic: a book about language and therapy. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Bandler, R, & Satir, V. M. (1976). Changing with families: a book about further education for being human. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Bandler, R, & Satir, V. M. (1979). Frogs into princes; neurolinguistic programming. Moab, Utah: Real People Press
  • Banmen, J. (2002). The Satir Model: Yesterday and today. Contemporary Family Therapy: The International Journal. 24(1), 7-22
  • Banmen, J. (1986). Virginia 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 Therapy: An International Journal. 8(2), 101-110
  • Brothers, B. (1991). Virginia Satir; foundational ideas. New York: Haworth Press.
  • Brothers, B. J. (Ed.).(1992). Couples Therapy, multiple perspectives; ln Search of universal threads.
  • Brolhers, B. J. (Ed.). (1996). Couples and the Tao of congruence.
  • Brolhers, B. J. (Ed.). (1996). Couples: Building bridges.
  • Bryant, D., Kessler, J., & Shirar, L (1992). The family inside, Working with the multiple: (1992).
  • Bula, J. F. (1996). Virginia Satir. Demonstration in making connection; A Commentary on Congruent “Communication Builds Bridges” In Brothers, Barbara Jo (Ed) 1996) Couples: Building bridges (pp 15-17) 109 pp.
  • 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 / experiential 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. (199S). The relationship between Interpersonal psychoanalysis and family therapy. In Lionels, Marylou. (Ed); Fiscalini, John (Ed); et al (1995) Handbook of lnterpersonal psychoanalysis (pp. 793-822) xii, 914 pp.
  • Garton. N. R., & Otto, H. A. (1964). The development of Theory and practice in social casework. Springfield, Ill.: Thomas.
  • Gochros, H. L., & Schultz, L. G. (1972). Human sexuality and social work. New York,: Association Press.
  • Gottfarb, L. (1985). Virginia Satir still going strong: From the International Human learning Resources Network's international conference in Sveti Stefan, Yugoslavia. September 1985, Psykisk Halsa, 26(4), 218-219.
  • Gross, S. J. (1994). The process of change: Variations on a theme by Virginia Satir. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 34(3), 87-110.
  • Haber, R. (2002). Virginia 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 cross-cultural psychology (pp. 225-233) viii, 311 pp.
  • Headley, L. (1977). 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 Jackson, Salvador Minuchin, and Virginia Satir with implications for pastoral counseling. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, LA, US, 1.
  • Kramer, S. Z. (1995). Transforming the 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 Asstiation of Social Workers.
  • Lee, B. K (2002). The religious significance of the Satir model: Philosophical, ritual and empirical perspectives (Virginia 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. (1994). The Magic of Satir; practical skills for therapists. California: Long Beach, Halcyon Publishing Design. ISBN 0-9641340-0-4.
  • Loeschen. S. (1998). Systematic Training in the skills of Virginia Satir. Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole Pub. Co.
  • Loeschen, S. (2002). The Satir Process; practical skills for therapists. California: Long Beach, Halcyon Publishing Design
  • Loeschen, S. (2005). Enriching Your Relationship with Yourself and Others. California: Long Beach, Halcyon Publishing Design. ISBN 0-9729867-1-5.
  • Luepnitz, D. A. (1988). The family interpreted: Feminist theory in clinical practice. (1988).
  • Martin, D. B., Gloria W. (1986). Satir step by step (Book Review). Family Relations (Vol 35, pp. 338): National Council on Family Relations.
  • Moore. M. K, Daniela, (1999). Satir for Beginners; Incongruent 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.
  • Nelsen. 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. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, US, 1.
  • Satir, V. (1960). Family communication and growth [Sound recording]. Mill Valley, California: Big Sur Recordings.
  • Satir, V., & Banmen, J. (1982). Avanta's process community II, Virginia Satir's summer institute. North Delta, British Columbia, Canada; Delta Psychological Associates.
  • Satir, V., Banmen, J., Gerber, J., & Gomori. M. (1991). The Satir model: Family therapy and beyond. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V., Banmen, J., & Gerber, J. S. (1985). Meditations & inspirations. Berkeley, California. Celestial Arts.
  • Satir, V., & Golden Triad Films. (1983). Of rocks and flowers dealing with the abuse of children [videorecording]. Kansas City, Mo.: Golden 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, Catifornia]: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1967). Conjoint family therapy; a guide to theory and technique (Rev. - ed.). Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1971). Family communication and growth. San Rafael, California: Big Sur Recordings.
  • Satir, V. M. (1972). Peoplemaking. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1975). Selfesteem: [poem]. Millbrae, California: Celestial Arts.
  • Satir, V. M. (1976). Making contact. Millbrae, Cilifornia: Celestial Arts.
  • Satir, V. M. (1978). Your many faces. Millbrae, California: Celestial Arts.
  • Satir, V. M. (1983). Conjoint family therapy (3rd, Rev. and expand. ed.). Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1988). The new peoplemaking. Mountain View, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1991). The Satir model: falmily therapy and beyond. Palo Alto, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M. (1995). Your many faces. Berkeley, California: Celestial Arts Pub. Co.
  • Satir, V. M., & American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (1984). Virginia Satir. [Upland, California]: 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, California: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Satir, V. M., Stachowiak, J., & Taschman, H. A. (1976). Helping families to change. New York: J. Aronson.
  • Satir, V. M., Stachowiak, J., & Taschman, H. A. (1933). Helping families to change. Northvale, New Jersey: J. Aronson.
  • Satir, V. M., Taschman, H. A., & Stachowiak, J. (1975). Helping families to change. New York: J. Aronson.
  • Sayles, C. (2002). Transformational 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).
  • Solomon-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: Trauma 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) xvi, 475 pp.
  • Woods, M. D., & Martin, D. (1984). The work of Virginia Satir: Understanding her theory and technique. American Journal of Family Therapy, J2(4), 3-11.
  • World Federation for Mental Health. [Proceedings of a conference held Agust 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. (1986). The "Q” model for the effective management of personal stress. New York: Gardner Press.


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