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“Miller has really written two books: one is a polemical defense of postmodernism; the other is a set of techniques and approaches used in a facility that specializes in short-term interventions with troubled people… [T]his book would be a useful library addition and is easily accessible to undergraduate students. General readers; undergraduates through graduates.”
—M. W. York, Choice
"Miller's clear and well-written descriptions provide clinicians with a æbehind-the-mirror' view of social constructionism in action."
—Journal of Systemic Therapies
“Gale Miller does a fine job of examining how and why brief therapy works, based uon his many years of observation of “Northland Clinic”. . . . This book is packed full of theoretically and epistemological questions about the therapy itself and about the construction of knowledge.”
—Anne Figert, Contemporary Sociology