Publications Presentations

Publications

Lindblad-Goldberg, M., Dore, M. And Stern, L. (1998). Creating Competence from Chaos: A Comprehensive Guide to Home-Based Services, New York: W.W. Norton and Company.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. (2006). Successful African-American Single-Parent Families. In Children and Families, (2nd edition), Combrinck-Graham (Ed.) New York: Guilford Publications.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. (2009). Case Study Analysis and Interview: Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy, in Linda Metcalf (Ed.), A Practitioner Approach to Learning Family Therapy. Thompson.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M., Igle, E., and Simms, S. (2010). Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy. Carson, D. K. and Montserrat Casado-Kehoe, M. (Eds.), Case Studies in Couple Therapy: Theory-Based Approaches, New York, NY: Routledge.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. & Northey, W. F.,Jr. (2013). Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy: Theoretical and Clinical Foundations. Journal of Contemporary Family Therapy, 35, 147-160.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. & Igle, E. (2015). Grandparents raising grandchildren: an Ecosystemic structural family therapy treatment approach. In S. Browning & K. Pasely (Eds.) Understanding and Treating Contemporary Families: Translating Research into Practice. New York. NY: Routledge.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. & Igle, E. (2017) Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy. In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, and D. Breunlin, (Eds), Encyclopedia of Couple & Couple Therapy. New York:Springer.

Lindblad-Goldberg, M. Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy: Trainingand Supervision.(2017) In J. Lebow, A. Chambers, and D. Breunlin, (Eds), Encyclopedia of Couple & Couple Therapy. New York:Springer.

Gehart, D. (2017). Mastering competencies in family therapy: A practical approach to theory and clinical case

documentation (3rd ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole. The edition will be out in March/April.

Northey, W. F., Jr. (2009). Effectiveness Research: A view from The U.S.A. Journal of Family Therapy, 31, 75-84.

Blackall, G.F., Simms, S., & Green, M.J. (2009). Breaking The Cycle: How To Turn Conflict Into

Collaboration When You And Your Patient Disagree. ACP Press: Philadelphia.

Simms, S. and Hawkins, L. (2015). Families with chronic medical issues: Case study. In S. Browning & K.

Pasely (Eds.) Understanding and Treating Contemporary Families: Translating Research into Practice. New

York: Routledge.

Presentations

Some of the faculty’s presentations include the following:

Lindblad-Goldberg, M.

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine: Department of Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Division, “Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT)” Fall 2015-Spring 2016

Community Care Behavioral Health “Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy Approach to Care”, August 2016 Drexel University, Adult Psychiatry, “Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy”, Fall 2016

Simms, S.

Behavioral Wellness and Recovery, “How to Turn Conflict into Collaboration When Creating Solutions for Child Mental Health Challenges” and “Help Resolve Intergroup Conflict”, July 2016

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities, “Introduction to Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT)”, August 2016

Venango County Mental Health and Developmental Services, “Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT)”, January to December 2016

Northey, William

Northey, Jr., W. F., Gehart, D., Sexton, T. L., & Caldwell, B. “Advancing Accountability in MFT: A Hackathon.” The 74th Annual Conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Indianapolis, IN, September 2016