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Insoo Kim Berg: bibliography

Publications: this list is taken from the website of the Brief Family Therapy Center (Milwaukee). Thank-you
  Nunnally, E. & Berg, I.K., (1983). We tried to push the river. In Journal of Strategic & Systemic Therapies.
  Berg, I.K. & Walter, J., (1984). Doing is knowing: Training model for systemic therapists. In Zietshcrift fur Systemische Therapie.
  Berg, I. K., (1984). In memorium: Resistance. In Nov-Dec, Family Therapy News, publication of American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
  Berg, I. K., (1985). Helping referral sources to help. In Family Therapy Networker, June.
  de Shazer, S. & Berg, I. K., (1985). A part is not apart: Working with only one of the partners present. In A. Gurman (ed), Casebook of Marital Therapy. New York: Guilford Press
  Berg, I. K., (1986). Views across the Pacific. In Forum on Family Therapy, Family Therapy News, Sept-Oct.
  Berg, I.K., (1988). Marital therapy with one spouse or both. In Nunnally, E. (Ed), Families in Trouble, vol 3. San Francisco: Sage Publication
  Berg, I.K., (1988). Brief treatment of homeless alcoholic: A case. In Zeitschrift fur Systemische
  Berg, I. K., (1990) Manual for Family Based Services, Milwaukee Dept. of Social Services, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  Berg, I. K., (1990). Die Katze im Sack (Let the seller beware: consultation in the schools). In Systeme, Jg, 4, Heft 1/90
  Berg, I..K.., & Gallagher, D., (1991). Solution-focused brief treatment with adolescent substance abusers. In Todd, T., & Selekman, M (ed), Family Therapy Approaches with Adolescent Substance Abusers. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon
  Berg, I. K. & Hopwood, L., (1991). Doing with very little: Treatment of homeless substance abusers. In Journal of Independent Social Work
  Berg, I..K. & Miller, S. D. (1992). Working with the problem drinker. New York: W. W. Norton.
  de Shazer, S & Berg, I.K. (1992). Doing therapy: A post-structural re-vision. In Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, vol. 18, No. 18
  Berg, I. K. & Miller, S.D., (1992). Working with Asian American client: One person at a time. In Families in Society, vol 73, no. 6
  Berg, I. K. & Jaya, A., (1993). Different and same: Family therapy with Asian-American families. In Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, vol. 19, no. 1, 31-38
  Berg, I. K. & de Shazer, S., (1993). Making numbers talk: Language in therapy. In Friedman, S.,(ed), The New Language of Change: Constructive Collaboration in Psychotherapy. New York: Guildford Press
  Berg, I. K., (1994). Family Based Services: A solution-focused approach. New York: W.. W. Norton
  Miller, Scott & Berg, I. K. Berg, (1995). Miracle Method: A radically new approach to problem drinking. New York: W. W. Norton
  Berg, I. K. & DeJong, Peter, (1996). Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. In Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, June, 1996.
  Berg, I. K. & Reuss, Norm, (1997). Solutions step-by-step: Substance abuse treatment manual. New York: W. W. Norton
  DeJong, Peter & Berg, I. K., (1998). Interviewing for Solutions. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing
  DeJong, Peter & Berg, I. K., (1998). Learner’s Workbook for Interviewing for Solutions. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole
  DeJong, Peter & Berg, I. K., (1987). Instructor’s Resource Manual for Interviewing for Solutions. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole
  Suberri, K. C. & Berg, I.K. (1997). Solution-focused therapy. In Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, vol 3, lesson 12. New York: Heatherleigh Co.
  Hoyt, Michael & Berg, I. K., (1998). Solution-focused couple therapy: Helping clients construct self-fulfilling realities. In Dattilio, F., (ed), Integrative Cases in Couples and Family Therapy: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspectus. New York: Guilford Press
  Berg, I.K. & Reuss, N. (1998). Solution-focused brief therapy: Treating substance abuse. In Mathews, W.J.. & Edgette, J.H. (Eds.), in Current Thinking and Research in Brief Therapy: Solutions, Strategies, Narratives, vol 2.. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis
  Klar, H & Berg, I. K. (1999). Solution-focused brief therapy. In Lawson, D & Prevatt, F. (eds.), Casebook in family therapy. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole
  Berg, I. K. & Kelly, Susan. (2000). Building solutions in child protective services. New York: W. W. Norton
  Berg, I. K. & Dolan, Y. (2001). Tales of solutions: Hope inspiring stories from around the world. New York: W. W. Norton
  DeJong, P. & Berg, I. K. (2001, 2e). Interviewing for solutions. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole..
  DeJong, P. & Berg, I. K. (2001). Co-constructing cooperation with mandated clients. In Social Work, vol 46, #4, October.
 
Educational Resources - Videotapes
  Berg, I. K., Irreconcilable differences: Solution-focused approach to couples therapy, (1995). New York: W. W. Norton
  Berg, I. K., I'd hear laughter: Finding solutions for the family. (1995). New York: W. W. Norton
  Berg, I. K. & DeJong, P. (1996). Over the hump: Part I: Solution-building with a multi-problem family. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K. & DeJong, P., (1996). Over the hump: Part II: The problem of success. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K.. & DeJong, P. (1996). I Love my kids: Getting her children home. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K. & de Shazer, S. (1997). No more lectures: Building solutions with a family in crisis: A consultation interview. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K. & Reuss, N., (1997). Solutions Step by Step Video: Brief treatment of substance abuse and misuse. New York: W. W. Norton.
  Berg, I. K., Miller, G.; DeJong, P; Lutz, A. & Lutz, J (1998). “Talking solutions with “mandated” clients.” Milwaukee: BFTC Pres
  DeJong, P. & Berg, I. K. (2001). Interviewing for solutions video. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.
 
Educational Resources - Audiotapes
  Berg, I. K., (1993). Dying well. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K., (1994). It’s her fault: Treatment of domestic abuser. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K., & de Shazer, (1993). A Tap on the Shoulder: 6 useful questions in building solutions. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K., (1994). Back to the Future through the Past: Helping clients design their own solutions in sexual abuse. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K. & Jick, K., (1995). Making Home Visits: Part I: Setting a stage for success.. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Berg, I. K. & Jick, K., (1995). Making Home visits: Part II: Making a Difference. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Sebold, J & Uken, Adriana, & Berg, I. K. (1998). Treating violence offenders: Accountability for solutions. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Hansen, Cynthia & Berg, I. K. (2000). Making a difference with adolescents. Milwaukee: BFTC Press
  Steiner, Therese & Berg, I. K. (2001). Children's solutions work. Milwaukee: BFTC Press

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