Moshe Lang family therapist clinical psychologist and author

Workshop Reviews

The workshop reviewed in the following publication, is derived from the technique described in the various editions of Bad Therapy.
Baker, J. (1990). Workshop Review of How I Became a Lapsed Family Therapist. Family Therapy Association of S.A. Newsletter, December ed., 12-13.

The following article / workshop review was written in response to two workshops Moshe presented, ‘Humour in life and in therapy – a psychologist’s humour is no laughing matter!’ (2015) and ‘The Affair (Couples Therapy)’ (2016).
Florent, J. (2016). Humour in Couples Therapy and its Teaching. Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia, September ed., 3-10.
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The following article was written in response to conversations with Moshe and attendance at his workshop, ‘Humour in life and in therapy – a psychologist’s humour is no laughing matter!’.
Florent, J. (2015). Humour: a therapeutic cure for the disease of Seriousity.
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The above article was condensed and republished as the following article: 
Florent, J. (2016). Jocularity: a therapeutic cure for the disease of Seriousity. Australian Association of Family Therapy News, 38 (2), 8.
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