Authored by Dr. Boss
Category: Family Therapy
Boss, P. (1993). Remembering our roots: Family-of-origin work as part of training in family therapy. Zeitshrift System Familie, 4.
Boss, P. (1995, August). Learning by doing. American Family Therapy Association Newsletter, 26(4), 13.
Boss, P. (2013, Fall). Working with grieving families. CFLE Network, 10-11, 13.
Boss, P., & Dahl, C. M. (2014). Family therapy for the unresolved grief of ambiguous loss. In D. W. Kissane & F. Parnes (Eds.), Bereavement care for families (pp. 171–182). New York: Routledge.
Boss, P., & Sheppard, R. (1988). An essay on family victimization and recovery. Contemporary Family Therapy, 10(4), 202-215.
Boss, P., & Thorne, B. (1989). Family sociology and family therapy: A feminist linkage. In M. McGoldrick, C. Anderson, & F. Walsh, (Eds.), Women in families: A framework for family therapy (pp. 78-96). New York: Norton.
Boss, P., & Weiner, J. P. (1988). Rethinking assumptions about women’s development and family therapy. In C. J. Falicov (Ed.), Family transitions: Continuity and change over the life cycle (pp. 235-251). New York: Guilford.
Boss, P., Kaplan, L., & Gordon, M. (1995, September). Accepting the circle of life. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs Reporter, 25(3), 7-11.
Doherty, W., & Boss, P. (1991). Values and ethics in family therapy. In A. Gurman & D. Kniskern (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy. Vol. II (pp. 606-637). New York: Brunner/Mazel.
Gates, R. D., Arce de Esnaola, S., Kroupin, G., Stewart, C. C., van Dulmen, M., Xiong, B., & Boss, P. (2000). Diversity of new American families: Guidelines for therapists. In W. C. Nichols, M. A. Pace-Nichols, D. S. Becvar, & A. Y. Napier (Eds.), Handbook of family development and intervention: Wiley series in couples and family dynamics and treatment (pp. 299-322). New York: Wiley.
Siegenthaler, A. L., & Boss, P. (1998). Commentary: A feminist perspective on the issue of neutrality in therapy: Neutrality can be hazardous to the clients' health. Contemporary Family Therapy, 20, 333-340.
Tubbs, C. Y., & Boss, P. (2000). An essay for practitioners: Dealing with ambiguous loss. Family Relations, 49(3), 285-286.