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Laurie MacKinnon

Publications

 

Books

 

MacKinnon, L. (1998). Trust and Betrayal in the Treatment of Child Abuse, Guilford Press, New York,  NY.

 

MacKinnon, L.  & James, K. (1992). Setting the Stage for Successful Therapy in Child at Risk Cases, Fast Books, Glebe.

Publications

 

MacKinnon, L. (2014). Deactivating the Buttons: Integrating Radical Exposure Tapping with a Family Therapy Framework. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 35, 244-260.

 

MacKinnon, L. (2012). The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics: An Interview with Bruce Perry. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33, 3, 201-218.

 

James, K. & MacKinnon, L. (2012). Family Therapy and Trauma. Editorial, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33, 3, 187-188.

 

James, K. & MacKinnon, L. (2012). Integrating a Trauma Lens into a Family Therapy Framework: Ten Principles for Family Therapists. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33, 3, 189-209.

 

James, K. & MacKinnon, L. (2011). Establishing the Parental Hierarchy: An Integration of Milan Systemic and Structural Family Therapy. In P. Rhodes and Wallis, A. (Eds.). Working With Families: A Practical Guide. IP Communication, East Hawthorn, Victoria.

 

James, K. & MacKinnon, L. (2011). The Why and How of Separate Parent Sessions in Family Therapy. In P. Rhodes and Wallis, A. (Eds.). Working With Families: A Practical Guide. IP Communication, East Hawthorn, Victoria.

 

James, K. and MacKinnon, L. (2010). Tip of the Iceberg: A Framework for Identifying Non-physical Abuse in Couple and Family Relationships. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy; 22:112-129.

 

MacKinnon, L. (2008).   Hurting without Hitting:  Verbal, Emotional and Psychological Abuse. Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearing House. Stakeholder Paper 4. UNSW Press, Sydney.

 

MacKinnon, L. (1993). Systems in Settings:  the Therapist as Power Broker. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 14,3.

 

MacKinnon, L. & James, K. (1992). Raising the Stakes in Child-at-Risk Cases: Eliciting and Maintaining Client Motivation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy,13, 2, 59-71.

 

MacKinnon, L. & James, K.(1992).  Working with ‘the Welfare’ in Child at Risk Cases. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 13,1, 1-15.

 

MacKinnon, L. & James, K . (1991). Initial Meetings in Child-at-Risk Cases: Developing a Therapist-Family Alliance. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 12,4,71-185.

 

James, K. & MacKinnon, L. (1990). The Incestuous Family Revisited:  A Critical Analysis of Family Therapy Myths. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 16(1), 71-88.

 

MacKinnon, L. (1988). Openings: Using Questions Therapeutically. Dulwich Center Newsletter, Winter,15-18.

 

MacKinnon, L. & James, K. (1987). Theory and Practice of the Milan Systemic Approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 8,2,89-98.

 

MacKinnon, L. (1986). Supervision, and Supervision of Supervision, One Perspective. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 7, 3, 133-139.

 

MacKinnon, L. & Miller, D. (1985). The Sexual Component in Family Therapy: A Feminist Perspective. Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality, 3, 81-101.

 

MacKinnon, L. & Marlett, N. (1984). A Social Action Perspective: The Disabled and Their Families in Context. In Coppersmith, E. (ed) Family Therapy Collections: Families With Handicapped Members.  Aspen Publications, Rockville, M.D.

 

MacKinnon, L. & Miller, D. (1984). The New Epistemology and the Milan Approach: Feminist and Socio-Political Implications. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 13, 2,139-155.

 

MacKinnon, L., Parry, A. & Black, R. (1984). Strategies of Family Therapy: The Relationship to Styles of Family Functioning. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapy 3, 3, 6-22.

 

MacKinnon, L. (1983). Contrasting Strategic and Milan Therapies. Family Process, 22, 425-441.