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- Rød, Anne (2015), Human Systems in Motion Exploring the application of systemic ideas in teams navigating change
- Syrstad, Ellen (2020), Å forstå det uforståelige. Møtet mellom foreldre som er fratatt omsorgen for sine barn, familievernet og barnevernet
- Bergseth, Kari (2019). Foreldreskap i eksil. Ein sosiokulturell studie av forteljingar om foreldrepraksisar i kulturelt komplekse kontaktsoner
- Sundet, Rolf (2009). Client directed, outcome informed therapy in an intensive family therapy unit --A study of the use of research generated knowledge in clinical practice. University of Oslo/Buskerud University College.
- Øfsti, Anne Kyong Sook (2008). Some call it love: Exploring Norwegian systemic couple therapists' discourses of love, intimacy and sexuality. DSysPsych thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.
- Jensen, Per (2008). The Narratives Which Connect… A Qualitative Research Approach to the Narratives which Connect Therapists’ Personal and Private Lives to their Family Therapy Practices. University of East London in conjunction with the Tavistock Clinic.
- Ekeland, Tor-Johan (1999). Meining som medisin Ein analyse av placebofenomenet og implikasjonar for terapi og terapeutiske teoriar. Universitetet i Bergen.
- Lorås, Lennart (2016). The Map of Competencies in Systemic Therapy. A qualitative study of the systemic competences in Norwegian child and adolescent mental health that target the associated abnormal psychosocial situations in axis 5 (ICD-10). University of East London in conjunction with the Tavistock Clinic.
- Ness, Ottar (2011). Learning new ideas and practices together: A co-operative inquiry into learning to use Johnella Bird's relational language-making approach in couples therapy. Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.
- Selbekk, Anne Schanche (2016). Troubled families and individualised solutions: an institutional discourse analysis of alcohol and drug treatment practices involving affected others University of Stavanger.
- Tilden, Terje (2010). The course and outcome of dyadic adjustment and individual distress during and after residential couple therapy. Research Institute, Modum Bad. University of Oslo.
- Vedeler, Anne Hedvig (2011). Dialogical Practices Diving into the Poetic Movement Exploring ‘supervision’ and ‘therapy’. University of Bedfordshire.
- Holmberg Åse (2018). Making room for spirituality? Family therapists´ and clients´ perceptions and experiences about spirituality in family therapy. VID Specialized University.
- Mæhle, Magne (2003). Re-inventing the child in family therapy An investigation of the relevance and applicability of theory and research in child development for family therapy involving children. University of Bergen.