Série de livres EFTA

European Family Therapy Association Series

Directeurs de série: Borcsa, Maria, Stratton, Peter

Cette série (en anglais) propose des contributions de la communauté des auteurs principaux et des rédacteurs expérimentés de l’Association Européenne de Thérapie Familiale. Elle rassemble des contributions de pointe sur des questions cruciales de la thérapie familiale en Europe, en mettant l’accent sur la thérapie familiale systémique. Il y a une alternance de sujets: entre ceux qui rendent les résultats de la recherche accessibles et d’une valeur immédiate pour les praticiens et ceux qui couvrent des domaines cliniques. Ces ouvrages sont une lecture essentielle pour les thérapeutes familiaux, les conseillers et les travailleurs sociaux du monde entier.

https://www.springer.com/series/13797

Les membres individuels d’EFTA bénéficient d’une remise de 33% sur tous les livres publiés par Springer.

1st Volume: Origins and Originality in Family Therapy and Systemic Practice

2nd Volume: Routine Outcome Monitoring in Couple and Family Therapy

3rd Volume: Clinical Interventions in Systemic Couple and Family therapy

4rd Volume: Systemic Research in Individual, Couple and Family Therapy and Counseling

5th Volume: Couple relationships in a Global Context

6th Volume coming soon : Handbook of Systemic Approaches to Psychotherapy Manuals

FOR THE FUTURE

We are working on a number of possibilities for future volumes and want to invite EFTA members to send us your ideas either for an edited volume or a single author book. We will then discuss with you how the proposal could form a part of the EFTA series, and are able to send detailed information about how to create a proposal for the publishers. Springer have recently offered some guidance on the kinds of books that they are keen to publish, including the following:
 
 “Springer is interested primarily in original work that reflects the most up-to-date advances. Springer Nature advances discovery by publishing robust and insightful research, supporting the development of new areas of knowledge and making ideas and information accessible around the world.
 
An important question is whether or not the book content will appeal to Springer’s primary target market: that is, will Springer readers within the institutional libraries that purchase our annual eBook Collection – researchers, professors, graduate students – find this a valuable addition to the series as well as the overall Springer BehSCi eBook package?”

Please send your general hopes and thoughts about the EFTA Book Series to the Series Editors:  Maria Borcsa and Peter Stratton