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 Mark Rivett

Mark Rivett

Systemic Programme Lead

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 Washington Singer G04

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

Mark has worked as a family therapist and teacher of family therapy in a number of different services and universities. Primarily his clinical work has focused on 'tier four' services such as domestic violence, acute adolescent mental health and latterly adolescent sexually harmful behaviour. He has written widely on these themes. He is also co-author of three books: Family therapy in focus (with Eddy Street); Working with men in health and social care (with Brid Featherstone and Jonathan Scourfield); and Family therapy: 100 key points and techniques 2009 (with Eddy Street). His most recent research interest is the therapeutic alliance in couple and family therapy and especially how this is taught to students. He is also a story teller with a series of 'shows' which he has developed with a colleague (Steve Killick) in the last few years including Oedipus, The king and the Corpse and Buddhist wisdom stories. He is retiring Editor of the Journal of Family Therapy.

Qualifications

CQSW, MSc, UKCP registered

Research

Publications

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Rivett M (2021). Reibstein, J. and Singh, R. (2021) the Intercultural Exeter Couples Model: making connections for a divided world through systemic‐behavioral therapy. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell £18.43. Journal of Family Therapy
Butler C, Rivett M, Hallack Z, Harris M (2021). Systemic supervision, the last frontier: Towards a scale that measures systemic supervision. Journal of Family Therapy, 43(4), 828-851. Abstract.
Northey WF, Rivett M (2020). Editorial to the Special Issue of the Journal for Family Psychotherapy: International Approaches to Innovative Supervisory Practice. International Journal of Systemic Therapy, 31(3-4), 1-6.
Rivett M (2020). Relational Lockdown and Relational Trauma. †. in the Time of Coronavirus: a Reflection from a UK Family Therapist. Family Process, 59(3), 1024-1033. Full text.
Rivett M (2017). ‘Seeing Through a Glass, Darkly’: Taking a Family on the Journey of a Story. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 38(1), 179-186.
Rivett M (2016). Fear of faith: a reflection on ‘Family therapy and fundamentalism’. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21(3), 397-401.

Publications by year


2021

Rivett M (2021). Reibstein, J. and Singh, R. (2021) the Intercultural Exeter Couples Model: making connections for a divided world through systemic‐behavioral therapy. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell £18.43. Journal of Family Therapy
Butler C, Rivett M, Hallack Z, Harris M (2021). Systemic supervision, the last frontier: Towards a scale that measures systemic supervision. Journal of Family Therapy, 43(4), 828-851. Abstract.

2020

Northey WF, Rivett M (2020). Editorial to the Special Issue of the Journal for Family Psychotherapy: International Approaches to Innovative Supervisory Practice. International Journal of Systemic Therapy, 31(3-4), 1-6.
Rivett M (2020). Relational Lockdown and Relational Trauma. †. in the Time of Coronavirus: a Reflection from a UK Family Therapist. Family Process, 59(3), 1024-1033. Full text.

2017

Rivett M (2017). ‘Seeing Through a Glass, Darkly’: Taking a Family on the Journey of a Story. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 38(1), 179-186.

2016

Rivett M (2016). Fear of faith: a reflection on ‘Family therapy and fundamentalism’. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21(3), 397-401.

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