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Professor Janet Reibstein

Professor Janet Reibstein

Visiting Professor

 2497

 Washington Singer 235

 

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

Overview

Janet Reibstein teaches part-time in the School of Psychology. She is a psychologist/psychotherapist whose research  and clinical work primarily focuses on couples and families. She is also a broadcaster and author.

Qualifications

MA PhD (University of Chicago), Dip Family Therapy(Northwestern University Medical School), C Psychol(BPS), UKCP (AFT) registered psychotherapist

Research group links

Research

Research interests

  • Successful, enduring partnerships
  • Families and couples
  • Illness in families

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Reibstein, J. (2006). The Best Kept Secret: Men and Women's Stories of Lasting Love. London and New York, Bloomsbury.
Reibstein, J. (2001). Staying Alive: a Family Memoir. London and New York:, Bloomsbury.
Reibstein, J. (1997). Love Life: How to Make Your Relationship Work. London.
Bamber, R. (1997). The Family Through Divorce: How you can Limit the Damage. London.
Richards, M.P.M. (1992). Sexual Arrangements: Marriage, Monogamy and Affairs. London and New York, Heinemann.

Journal articles

Reibstein, J. Edmunds, A.M. Dolman, V. (2007). Money management systems in early marriage: factors influencing change and stability. Journal of Economic Psychology, 28, 214-228.
Burgoyne CB, Clarke V, Edmunds AM, Reibstein J (2006). "All my worldly goods I share with you"? Managing money at the transition to heterosexual marriage. The Sociological Review, 54(4), 619-637.
Reibstein, J. (2004). Links between attachment theory and systemic practice: \r Some proposals. \r. Journal of Family Therapy, 26, 2-17.

Chapters

Reibstein, J. (2007). In the bosom of the family: Reflections on families and breast cancer. In DasGupta S, Hurst M (Eds.) Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write Their Bodies, Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.
Reibstein,J. (2002). Staying alive: My family inheritance of breast cancer. In F. Walsh and M. McGoldrick, Living Beyond Loss. In  (Ed) , New York and London: W.W. Norton.

Publications by year


2007

Reibstein, J. (2007). In the bosom of the family: Reflections on families and breast cancer. In DasGupta S, Hurst M (Eds.) Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write Their Bodies, Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.
Reibstein, J. Edmunds, A.M. Dolman, V. (2007). Money management systems in early marriage: factors influencing change and stability. Journal of Economic Psychology, 28, 214-228.

2006

Burgoyne CB, Clarke V, Edmunds AM, Reibstein J (2006). "All my worldly goods I share with you"? Managing money at the transition to heterosexual marriage. The Sociological Review, 54(4), 619-637.
Reibstein, J. (2006). The Best Kept Secret: Men and Women's Stories of Lasting Love. London and New York, Bloomsbury.

2004

Reibstein, J. (2004). Links between attachment theory and systemic practice: \r Some proposals. \r. Journal of Family Therapy, 26, 2-17.

2002

Reibstein,J. (2002). Staying alive: My family inheritance of breast cancer. In F. Walsh and M. McGoldrick, Living Beyond Loss. In  (Ed) , New York and London: W.W. Norton.

2001

Reibstein, J. (2001). Staying Alive: a Family Memoir. London and New York:, Bloomsbury.

1997

Reibstein, J. (1997). Love Life: How to Make Your Relationship Work. London.
Bamber, R. (1997). The Family Through Divorce: How you can Limit the Damage. London.

1992

Richards, M.P.M. (1992). Sexual Arrangements: Marriage, Monogamy and Affairs. London and New York, Heinemann.

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Teaching

MSc in Psychotherapies (Co-director, Systemic Psychotherapy stream)

Convenor of Systemic Teaching on DClinPsych

In some years Janet has taught Families and Intimate Relationships (a third year undergraduate seminar)

Research project supervisor (primarily postgraduate level)

Supervision / Group

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