GONZALO BACIGALUPE-DVD- DIFFICULT DIALOGUES AFTER DIVORCE: ATTEMPTING A COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION WITH AN IMMIGRANT FAMILY

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GONZALO BACIGALUPE-DVD- DIFFICULT DIALOGUES AFTER DIVORCE: ATTEMPTING A COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION WITH AN IMMIGRANT FAMILY

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This is a consultation with a Spanish speaking, single-parent mom, her two children and their therapist. The children demonstrate their reluctance to being there as one sleeps through the entire session and the other insists on speaking English. The family is involved in a contentious divorce and the mother wants the children to know �the truth� about their father. A Spanish-speaking reflecting team helps to normalize some of the dilemma that the mother experiences. Dr. Bacigalupe adds an epilogue to this program with his thoughts about working with immigrant families. Translated by Stephen Stutzman & Carlos Morales
Tape Running Time: 87 minutes.
Gonzalo Bacigalupe, Ed.D. , associate professor, Family Therapy Program, University of Massachusetts, Boston. He has published and presented widely in the areas of family violence, supervision, Latino families, and has received federal grants to study Latino families access to health care. He is co-senior editor of Journal of Systemic Therapies and holds editorial board memberships on a number of journals, is a board member of the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA) and was chair of the AAMFT Elections Council. He is a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist in private practice in Newton, Massachusetts and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor.

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