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Rita De Maria, PhD, LMFT, LSW, is Director of Relationship Education at Council for Relationships. She specializes in marriage education, counseling, enrichment, divorce prevention, and premarital assessment and counseling. Gerald R. Weeks, PhD, is a professor and Chair of the Department of Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Markie L. C. Blumer, PhD, LMFT, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Part I: Overview This section will be enhanced with references from recent M/CFT literature, which will add credibility and theoretical posturing. Instead of relying mostly on clinical knowledge and experience, this edition will focus and support all statements by research. Chapter 1: Re-Introduction to the Multifocused Family Genogram: Using the Intersystems Model (Revised) Attachment will be discussed as a systemic modality as it is bridged to systems theory via the Intersystems Model. Recent research conducted by the Council for Relationships, along with further information on how attachment theory allows for modification of internal working models, will be incorporated. Chapter 2: Attachment as the Basis for Multifocused Family Genograms (Revised) There will be an enhanced focus on a family systems attachment-based approach to the exploration of the intergenerational processes. New discussions will also include how attachment theory is at the core of all major M/CFT models, as well as what narrow and broad definitions of attachment are. Part II: Basic Components of the Multifocused Family Genogram Chapter 3: The Basic Genogram (Revised) In this edition, four or more generations will be recommended to completing a basic genogram, as opposed to three. They also plan to frame the basic genogram in the context of intergenerational attachment processes, styles, and patterns, along with up-to-date literature on the importance of narratives in constructing meaning. Chapter 4: Internal Model Map of the Individual (Revised) Two more chapters that focus on mapping (for individuals and couples) will be included in this revision. This chapter will specifically focus on mapping of the individual. It will be discussed in the context of attachment theory and the Intersystems Modality. Chapter 5: Couple Interaction Map (New Chapter) This is a new assessment tool that has been used as an add-on to the other assessments contained within the first edition under clinical contexts. This chapter will focus specifically on couple mapping, specifically the interaction between the couple. It will be discussed within the context of attachment theory and the Intersystems Modality. Chapter 6: Family Attachment Patterns Map (New Chapter) Like the previous chapter, this one will discuss a new assessment tool that deals with mapping the family and related attachment patterns. Chapter 7: Time Lines: Identifying Strengths and Breaches in Secure Attachment (Revised) This chapter will logically expand upon and update information on the chapter in the previous edition. It will provide more of a theoretically rooted and research-based connection to the clinical took of "time lines" presented in the 1st edition. Part III: The Multifocused Family Genogram in Action: Application in Practice and Exploration of Attachment Processes in Individuals, Couples, Families, and Extended Systems Chapter 8: Practice (New Chapter) This chapter will focus on the clinical implementation and practice of using Multifocused Family Genograms. Issues such as the therapeutic alliance, attachment, and therapeutic posture will be discussed. Chapter 9: Individual (New Chapter) The focus on the individual in this context is on the internal working model with an emphasis on the neural science behind it. Specific topics to be discussed include interpersonal neuropsychology Genograms, emotion Genograms, and identity Genograms. Chapter 10: Couple (New Chapter) This chapter will focus on the couple, in terms of the Multifocused Family Genogram. Genograms that will be specifically discussed include love, sex, and domestic violence. There will also be examples of the couple interaction map. Chapter 11: Family (New Chapter) The topics of specific focus for the multifocused family genogram that best fit with the family as the client include sexual legacy, child abuse, and cultural Genograms. Chapter 12: Extended Systems (New Chapter) The topics of specific focus that best fit with