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William M. WalshAn OUTSTANDING new addition to the therapy literature. Long overlooked or trivialized by professionals in many disciplines, creativity may well be our best hope or a healthy and rewarding future. VERY READABLE, YET THOROUGHLY RESEARCHED AND WELL-ORGANIZED. In the intervention chapters, there is a good review of prominent techniques in major models of family therapy, and a long list of ideas for creating your own activities and interventions. The chapter on creativity in supervision also emphasizes the reader's personal creative process, and provides unusual depth and breadth. THIS IS A UNIQUE BOOK FOR TEACHERS, STUDENTS, SUPERVISORS, AND CLINICIANS. If you are one of these, reading this book will cause you to reflect on your own life and your professional practice, and come away stimulated and enriched. It will refresh your mind and energize your work whether you are practicing, teaching, or supervising therapy. What more can you ask?
—PhD, Professor of Counseling Psychology and Director of Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Northern Colorado