The Ackerman Institute will receive a portion of the proceeds of every book you buy from the titles below.
Ackerman Institute for the Family Faculty
Ackerman Institute, (2000)
A collection of essays (by Ackerman Faculty), which originally appeared in PARENTGUIDE, August 1996–August 2000.
Patricia Minuchin, Jorge Colapinto, Salvador Minuchin
Presents a clear and practical approach to working with underprivileged families.
Ronny Diamond, David Kezur, Mimi Meyers, Constance Sharf, Margot Weinshel
Describes a unique therapeutic approach developed to treat couples confronting the painful challenge of infertility.
Families and Larger Systems: A Family Therapist’s Guide Through the Labyrinth (The Guilford Family Therapy Series)
Model for dealing with families and larger systems who have become embroiled with one another, and methods for working with families who must engage with larger systems across significant portions of their life cycle.
Rituals for Our Times: Celebrating, Healing, and Changing Our Lives and Our Relationships (The Master Work Series)
Harper Collins, 1992
Learn to tap the power of rituals to mark transitions, express important values, heal the past, and deepen relationships.
WW Norton, (1993)
Text for therapists on the impact of secrets in the therapeutic process.
Describes how to maintain a balance between candor and caution to ensure that secrets remain a creative rather than a destructive force in our lives.
Peggy Papp, Editor
Presents a range of approaches to helping couples reconsider and re-order their life priorities.
A guide for students and practitioners interested in exploring paradoxical and strategic interventions from a systems perspective.
Marianne Walters, Betty Carter, Peggy Papp, Olga Silverstein
Investigates the family from a feminist perspective.
Judith Stern Peck
John Wiley, (2007)
Explores new ways for therapists, coaches and other professionals to have conversations about money with their clients.
Heidi L. Steiger, Neuberger Berman, Editors (Chapter by Judith Stern Peck)
Provides rare insight into the techniques that wealthy people use to build and protect their wealth, so that they can enjoy life to its fullest.
Luigi Boscolo, Gianfranco Cecchin, Lynn Hoffman, Peggy Penn
Basic Books, (1987)
Transcripts of actual cases, accompanied by case introductions and interviews of Boscolo and Cecchin.
Marcia Sheinberg, Peter Fraenkel
Presents a groundbreaking understanding of incest and an innovative, family-based approach to treatment.
Olga Silverstein, Beth Rashbaum Penguin, (1995)
Questions our traditional notions of manhood and calls for mothers and fathers alike to refuse to sanction the emotional shutdown we traditionally demand of boys, enabling sons to grow up not only strong men but whole people.
Peter Steinglass with Linda A. Bennett, Steven J. Wolin, David Reiss Perseus, (1993)
Paints a radical new picture of alcoholism, offering powerful evidence that most chronic alcoholics live out their lives in intact, relatively quiet family environments.
Child-Friendly Therapy: Biopsychosocial Innovations for Children and Families (Norton Professional Books)
Marcia B. Stern
WW Norton, (2008)
Presents a playful and creative family-centered treatment for today’s kids.
WW Norton, (1995)
Chronicles the brave struggle of families, couples, and individuals caught in that storm and speaks to their strengths even in the bleakest of circumstances.
Michele Siegel, Judith Brisman, Margot Weinshel
Harper Collins, 1988, (1997)
Offers effective solutions and support for family and friends of those with eating disorders.