Archives

  • The New England Journal of Relational and Systemic Practice: Navigating Antiracism in Family Therapy
    Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021)

    Therapists see and hear things years before it becomes a part of the public dialogue. We see the effects of substance abuse, of ageism, of racism, of homophobia, of sexism, of privilege, of misogyny. We hear the accounts of doctors and nurses after their shift in a covid space. We understand the personal and family costs of a for-profit health insurance system, and a for-profit prison and justice system. In this issue of NEJRSP, we interview therapists about their life and work.

  • The New England Journal of Relational and Systemic Practice: Telehealth During the Pandemic
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021)

    Amidst a global pandemic that has taken loved ones from their families, taken us away from our commuting routines and patients, and has literally encapsulated us in our homes, the opportunity to utter the words “post-pandemic” feels like a momentary relief. This relief is then followed by questions and reflections about what life will look like returning to our new “normal”, how we will continue to challenge historical inequities in mental health care, how to address worries about the health risks of returning while there is still a pandemic, what to do about vicarious trauma and clinician burnout, and simultaneously confronting a concurrent racial pandemic.

    For psychotherapists, one of the primary shifts has been the practice of teletherapy. This journal explores the impact of teletherapy for professionals during the last year, and ideates about the pros and cons of using telehealth modules to continue working with couples, relationships, and families in the future.

  • New England Journal of Relational and Systemic Practice: January 2021
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021)

    Welcome to the inaugural issue of the New England Journal for Relational and Systemic Practice

    In each of our quarterly publications, we hope to present our own regional idea of what constitutes an effective therapeutic conversation.