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The Next Generation of Heroes and Heroines...

 

 

 

 

This book is about heroics, plain and simple.  But, it is not about the swashbuckling, swaggering, shoot-'em up, go-it-alone, hero of past eras.  Nor is it about those celebrities ascribed heroic status solely on the basis of their consumption or media attention.  And, it is certainly not a long treatise on heroism from an academic standpoint; nor a pop instant hero recipe.  The Next Generation of Heroes and Heroines is a short, thought-provoking book that challenges the idea of what a hero has been, and what a hero will be in the future amid the global challenges facing our societies.

 

 

Chaos and Complexity: 

Implications for Psychological Theory and Practice

 

 

 

 Published in 1997 by Taylor & Francis, this book was introduced by Robin Robertson, Ph.D.  who wrote: 

"I don't think that anyone can read this book and not realize that chaos theory is far from fad, but rather represents a new way of thinking about all of reality.  This...may well become the standard introduction to chaos theory for years to come."

Dr. Robertson was correct in his predictions, and this book was well received both by experts in the field; and, practicing behavioral health clinicians for whom the book was written.

 

Chaos and Complexity may be found at the Taylor & Francis web site as well as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders web sites, or other similar vendors.

 

 

Strange Attractors: 

Chaos, Complexity, and the Art of Family Therapy

 

 

 

 Published in 1997 by John Wiley & Sons, this book was a collaboration with good colleagues and friends Linda Chamberlain, Psy.D. and William McCown with whom Dr. Bütz presented papers and symposia nationally over many years.  One review by Fred Abraham, Ph.D. stated:

"Family interaction is one of the most important areas of the application of the dynamics of change.  This book does an outstanding job of demystifying a complex science and blending the technical and metaphoric."

We were honored by Dr. Abraham's words and this book was, again to our delight, well received both by experts in the field; and, practicing behavioral health clinicians for whom the book was written.

 

Strange Attractors may be found at the John Wiley & Sons web site as well as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders web sites, or other similar vendors.

 

 

 

 

Clinical Chaos: 

A Therapist's Guide to Nonlinear Dynamics and Therapeutic Change

 

 Published in 1998 by Brunner/Mazel, this book was an edited collaboration with Dr. Bütz's good colleague and friend Linda Chamberlain, Psy.D. with whom he presented papers and symposia nationally over many years - as well as several other authors in the book. 

 

The essence of the book is that psychology and social sciences are in need of a new foundation, one that provides a better model for understanding complex behavior.  Chaos theory, and it's newest permutation, complexity theory, offers an innovative, exciting and potentially revolutionary leap forward in the evolution of scientific thought...

 

Clinical Chaos may be found at the Brunner/Mazel web site as well as at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders web sites, or other similar vendors.

 

Recently Published Works...


Bütz, M. R., Evans, B.F. and Webber-Dereszynski, R.  (in press).  A practitioner’s complaint and proposed direction: Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy, Factitious Disorder By Proxy and Fabricated and/or Induced Illness in Children.  Professional Psychology:  Research and Practice, TBA.

Bütz, M. R.  (2009).  Legislative Column:  Asking questions, and planting seeds.  The Montana Psychologist, Spring Issue.

Bütz, M. R.  (2009).  Legislative Column:  Promises made, promises kept.  The Montana Psychologist, Winter Issue.

Montana Psychological Association.  (2008).  Mental Health Professional Person Field Manual.  Helena, Montana:  Montana Psychological Association.

Bütz, M. R., Patenaude, W., Watson, G., Micken, S. and Wangen, M.  (2007).  56 Days in Montana:  Exceeding expectations in prescriptive authority when the opportunity arises.  The Clinical Practitioner, 2(3), 15-18.

Link to the Article:   

http://nappp.org/back/April2007.pdf

Bütz, M. R.  (2007).  Legislative Column:  Stepping across the creek.  The Montana Psychologist, March Issue.

Bütz, M. R. and Evans, F. B.  (2006).  A practitioner’s complaint and proposed direction:  Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy, Factitious Disorder By Proxy and Fabricated and/or Induced Illness in Children.  Unpublished Manuscript (submitted for publication-in revision).

Chamberlain, L., Bütz, M. R.  (2006).  Transformation through crisis:  Finding opportunity in the midst of danger.  Unpublished Edited Book Manuscript (in discussion with publisher).

Bütz, M. R.  (2005).  The evolution of prescription privileges: Maintaining Responsible Choices.  The Montana Psychologist, June, 3-5.

Bütz, M. R. and Connors, B.  (2004).  IT’s a two way street:  Boards and Executive Management’s interrelationships in information technology.  National Council News, XXVII (11), in press.

Link to the Article:   

http://www.nccbh.org/SERVICE/Bookstore/NCNEWS/NC%20News%2011-04/informationtechnology.htm

Bütz, M. R. and Connors, B.  (2004).  Every CEO should know IT;  That is Information Technology, and its integration with an Electronic Medical Record .  National Council News, XXVII (7), 16-17.

Connors, B and Bütz, M. R.  (2004).  Don’t dismiss executive’s role in EMR implementation.  Behavioral Health Management, 24(1), 58-60.

Link to the Article:   

http://www.amazon.com/Dont-dismiss-executives-implementation-Views-Technology/dp/B000828VDS/sr=8-3/qid=1157584630/ref=sr_1_3/102-5214014-0046537?ie=UTF8&s=books

Bütz, M.R., Bowling, J. B., Bliss, C. A. (2000).  Psychotherapy with the mentally retarded: a review of the literature and second call for research. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 31 (1), 42-47.

Bütz, M.R. (1999).  Basic considerations in assessing under-represented people.  The Idaho Psychologist, Winter 98/99.

Bütz, M.R.  (1998).  Ethics, one issue at a time: Claiming a specialization.  The Wyoming Psychologist, XVII (October), 2-3. 

Selected Future Presentations...


Bütz, M. R.  (2008, June).  The Next Generation of Heroes and Heroines –Brief Presentation and Book Signing.  Presentation was given at Barnes & Noble, Billings Montana.

 

 

 

 

 

Bütz, M. R.  (2008, April).  Understanding Personality Disordered individuals:  And, how to work with them.  Presentation was requested by Montana’s Vocational Rehabilitation Program, and conducted at the Best Western, Kwa Taq Nuk Resort, in Polson, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2007, October).  Developing behavioral management plans for aggressive clients in Montana.  Workshop developed by Lorman Educational Services, and conducted in Billings, Montana.

Selected Recent Presentations...


 

Crisis Theory Handout

American Psychological Association

National Convention 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bütz, M. R., Chamberlain, L.L., and Morgan, R. F.  (2007, August).  Transformation Through Crisis:  Finding Opportunity in the Midst of Danger.  Symposium will be presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention in San Francisco, California.

 

Crisis Theory Handout

American Psychological Association

National Convention 2006

 

Bütz, M. R., Schwinn, C. K. and Chamberlain, L.L. (August, 2006).  Transforming Crisis Theory in Behavioral Healthcare:   Stasis to developmental adaptation.  Symposium will be presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bütz, M. R. (July 2006).  Understanding the behavioral health needs of Developmentally Disabled young people.  Presentation given to staff members of Youth Dynamics, Inc. in Billings and throughout their sites in central and eastern Montana.

Bütz, M. R. (April, 2006).  Family adjustment to major developmental disabilities.  Presented at Autism and Asperger's:  Resources and Strategies, a day long presentation sponsored by Parents Let's Unite for Kids (PLUK) in Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2006, February).  Understanding the behavioral health needs of the developmentally disabled.  Presentation given to staff members of DPHHS, Developmental Disabilities Department, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2005, June).  Numbers can be deceiving:  Obsolete instruments, the Flynn Effect, and True Scores...  Presentation given to STEP, Inc., Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2004, March).  What every CEO and COO should know.  In T. Trabin (Chair) Informatics Summit, Annual Training Conference of the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2004, August).  The Power of Positive Behavioral Management.  Presentation given to the Developmental Disabilities Crisis Teams for the State of Maine, Skowhegan, Maine.

Bütz, M. R., Schwinn, C. K., Whalen, D. and Kesselring, K.  (2004, July).  Crisis theory in behavioral health: Danger may be an opportunity, bifurcated adaptation.  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair) Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences 14th Annual International Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Connors, B. and Bütz, M. R.  (2002, Octoboer).  How to benefit from a "User Group..."  Presentation given at Sequest Technologies National Users Group in Lombard, Ill.

 

"Works In Progress"


  • Bütz, M. R. and Woodward, K.  (WIP).  Developmental amnesia and the neurobiology of fear:  The case study of J.K., a fearful child, lost in time and space.  Unpublished Manuscript.

  • Bütz, M. R. (WIP).  A primer for Boards and Executive Management:  Information Technologies.  Unpublished Manuscript.

  • Bütz, M. R. and Woodward, K.  (WIP).  The Behavioral Healthcare Balancing Act:  An “Incomplete” Outline the Systems’ History – Past 25 Years.  Unpublished Manuscript.

  • Bütz, M.R. & Duran, E. (WIP).  Chronic Systemic Instability and the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.  Unpublished manuscript.

  • Bütz, M. R. and Woodward, K.  (WIP).  The argument for a dimensional reality:  The case study of J.K., a fearful child, lost in time and space.  Unpublished Manuscript.

  • Bütz, M. R. (WIP).  Lies, and damn lies:  Evidence Based Practices.  Unpublished Manuscript.

  • Bütz, M.R., Bliss, C. A., Bowling, J. B.  (WIP).  Psychodynamic psychotherapy with the mentally retarded.  Unpublished manuscript.

  • Recor, R. D., Bütz, M. R.  (WIP).  Rural psychology: differences in culture, differences in therapy.  Unpublished manuscript.

Other Published Works...


Bütz, M. R., Carlson, M. J., Carlson, J.  (1998).  Self-organization and symbolic representation in family systems.  The Family Journal, 6(2), 106-115.

Chamberlain, L., Bütz, M. R.  (1998).  Clinical chaos, a therapist’s guide to nonlinear dynamics and therapeutic change.  Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.

Bütz, M. R., Chamberlain, L., McCown, W. G.  (1997).  Strange attractors: chaos, complexity and the art of family therapy.  New York: John Wiley & Sons. (See review in Contemporary Psychology, Vol. 43 (4), pp. 270-271 & Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences, Vol. 2 (3), pp. 253-259).

Bütz, M. R. (1997).  Chaos and complexity, the implications for psychological theory and practice.  Washington, D. C.: Taylor & Francis.

Bütz, M. R. (1995).  Emergence in Neurological Positivism, and the algorithm of number in Analytical Psychology.  In Robertson, R. and Combs, A. (Eds.), Chaos theory in psychology and the life sciences.  New Jersey: Lawrence-Erlbaum. 

Bütz, M. R., Duran, E., Tong, B. D.  (1995).  Cross-cultural approaches to chaos, and chaos theory.   In Robertson, R. and Combs, A. (Eds.), Chaos theory in psychology and the life sciences. New Jersey: Lawrence-Erlbaum.

Bütz, M. R. (1995).  Psychopharmacology, psychology’s Jurassic Park?  Psychotherapy, 31 (4), 692-699.

Bütz, M. R. (1995).  Hegemonic therapy, not recognizing the symbol: a case study of a Russian family’s attempt to self-organize.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 6 (2), 33-48.

Bütz, M. R. (1995).  Chaos theory, philosophically old, scientifically new.  Counseling and Values, 39, 84-98.

Bütz, M. R. (1994).  Emergence in Neurological Positivism, and the algorithm of number in Analytical Psychology.  Contemporary Psychodynamics, 1(1).

Bütz, M. R., Austin, S.  (1993).  Management of the adult impulsive client: identification, timing and methods of treatment.  In McCown, W.G., Johnson, J. L., Shure, M. B. (Eds.), The impulsive client: theory, research and treatment.  Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

Bütz, M. R. (1993).  Chaos theory’s implications for psychological transformation: process, perspective and symöbia.  Studies in Psychoanalytic Theory, 2, 3-18.

Bütz, M. R. (1993).  Practical application of chaos theory to the psychotherapy process.  Psychological Reports, 73, 543-554.

Bütz, M. R. (1993).  Systemic family therapy and symbolic chaos.  Humanity & Society, 17(2), 199-221.

Bütz, M. R. (1993).  The vampire, a metaphor for working with abuse.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 63(3), 426-431.

Bütz, M. R. (1993).  Looking for unification?  Remember chaos theory?  The Social Dynamicist, 4(1), 8-9.

Bütz, M. R. (1992).  The necessary chaos of development: chaos theory and a new symbolic developmental paradigm.  (Doctoral Dissertation, Wright Institute, 1992).  University Microfilms International, 54(2), p. 1075.

Bütz, M. R. (1992).  The fractal nature of the development of the Self.  Psychological Reports, 71, 1043-1063.

Bütz, M. R. (1992).  Chaos, an omen of transcendence in the psychotherapy process.  Psychological Reports, 71, 827-843.

Bütz, M. R., Morgan, R. F.   (1992).  Chaos theory, and theories of successful aging: Prigogine’s dissipative structures.  The Social Dynamicist, 3(2), 1-2.

Bütz, M. R. (1991).  Fractal dimensionality and paradigms.  The Social Dynamicist, 2(4), 4-7.

Bütz, M. R., Duran, E., Tong, B.D., Tung, M. (1991).  Older civilizations and chaos theory: concern about horses, tigers and their relation to Heraclitus.  The Social Dynamicist, 2(4), commentary section.

Bütz, M. R. (1991).  Negotiation as a therapeutic tool in couples therapy.  Mediation Quarterly, 8(3), 211-223.

Other Selected Presentations...


Bütz, M. R.  (2004, March).  Heroes of the Next Generation.  Presentation given to Middle School at Parochial Schools, Billings Catholic Schools, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (2004, November).  Transformative Crisis Intervention.  Presentation given to Youth Dynamics, Inc. Clinical Staff, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R., Connors, B.  (2003, October).  What every CEO and COO should know.  Sequest Technologies Annual User’s Conference in Lombard, Illinois. 

Bütz, M. R.  (2002, June).  Co-Occurring Disorders.  Presentation given at the WCPA Annual Conference in Calais, Maine.

Bütz, M. R., et.al. (2002, June).  Panel Discussion:  Licensing Issues in the State of Maine.  State Licensing Departments Training Meeting in Waterville, Maine. 

Bütz, M. R.  (2002, May).  Crisis as an opportunity.  Presentation given at the WCPA Crisis Services Annual Conference in Milbridge, Maine.

Bütz, M. R.  (2002, May).  Development of Personality Structure - Implications for Crises.  Presentation given at the WCPA Crisis Services Annual Conference in Milbridge, Maine.

Bütz, M. R.  (2001, September).  The ethics of rural practice, a multicultural exchange.  Presentation given at the WCPA Annual Conference in Machias, Maine.

Bütz, M. R.  (2000, September).  Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, many considerations in diagnoses.  Presentation given at the Washington County Consortium “Harvest Of Ideas” in Machias, Maine.

Bütz, M. R., Swift, L.  (2000, September).  Safe Schools and making use of behavioral health providers in a new environment.  Presentation given at the Washington County Consortium “Harvest Of Ideas” in Machias, Maine.

Bütz, M. R.  (2000, March).  Complexity of ethical considerations.  Presentation given at the WCPA Annual Conference in Ellsworth, Maine.

Bütz, M. R., Bliss, C. A.  (1998, November).  Psychotherapy with the mentally retarded:  reviewing the literature, considering practice and advancing the research.  Presentation given at NADD Annual Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Bütz, M.R. (1998, August).  Clinically speaking, working with the notions of chaos, complexity and nonlinear dynamics: Exploring multiple modalities of therapeutic practice.  Workshop presented at the International Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences: Boston, MA.

Bütz, M.R. (1997, August).  The constant chaos of the new family: adding order amidst the fray.  In M.R. Bütz (Chair), Shifting from chaos toward order: crucial times for contemporary families presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Chicago, IL.

Bütz, M.R. (1997, March).  Children and parenting: making sense of your children’s behavior by clarifying the context of your family.  Paper presented as part of Intermountain Health Care’s Lite Lunch Series at Evanston Regional Hospital, Evanston, WY.

Bütz, M.R. (1996, October).  Panel discussant.  Jackson, M. J. (Chair), Who we are and what we do, presented at the National Health Service Corps Annual Conference, Regions VIII, IX, & X: Denver, CO.

Bütz, M. R.  (1996, August).  New families and new challenges: coherence and adaptation in chaos and complexity.  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair), Moving from chaos toward order: critical times for contemporary families, presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Bütz, M. R. (1996, June).  Panel discussant.  Chamberlain, L. (Chair), Clinical chaos: nonlinear models in mental health research and practice, presented at the International Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences: Berkeley, CA.

Bütz, M. R. (1996, June).  Panel discussant. Robertson, R. (Chair), A sense of wonder: philosophical issues of chaos/complexity in the study of mind, presented at the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences: Berkeley, CA.

Bütz, M. R. (1996, March).  Communities and adaptation: coherence, chaos and complexity.  In Chamberlain, L. (Chair), Chaos and change in couples, families and communities: implications of nonlinear dynamics for systemic transformation. symposium presented at the 27th Annual Mid-Winter Convention, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Bütz, M. R. (1995, November).  Chaos, the ancient symbol of human change: chaos theory’s implications for psychological theory and therapy.  Invited workshop given at the American Academy of Psychotherapists Annual Institute and Conference entitled Containing the chaotic: preserving the integrity of the creative psychotherapist, San Francisco, California.

Bütz, M. R. (1995, August).  Self-organization and spirituality in chaotic systems: how a therapist understands the changing symbols.  In McCown, W.G.(Chair), Chaos, complexity, spirituality, and self-organization: contemporary implications for family therapy (Cassette Recording 95-227), symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, New York, New York.

Bütz, M. R. (1994, August).  Case material from a self-organizing perspective: a family’s ability to transcend.  In Chamberlain, L. (Chair), Chaos theory and the family, a symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Los Angeles, California.

Bütz, M. R., Recor, R. D.  (1994, April).  Rural psychology: differences in culture, differences in therapy.  Paper presented at the Montana Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Great Falls, Montana.

Bütz, M. R. (1994, March).  Psychopharmacology: psychology’s Jurassic Park?  Scene one.  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair), Psychopharmacology: psychology’s Jurassic Park?, symposium presented at the 25th Annual Mid-Winter Convention, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bütz, M. R. (1994, February).  Chaos in the family.  Paper presented at the “Grand Rounds” for Rivendell Psychiatric Center, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R. (1993, September).  Practical application of chaos theory to the psychotherapy process.  Paper presented at the “Grand Rounds” for Rivendell Psychiatric Center, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (1993, August).  Chaos theory and familial dynamics: what does it look like?  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair), Chaos theory and the family: practical applications - research and practice, symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Bütz, M. R.  (1993, August).  Psychopharmacology: psychology’s Jurassic Park?  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Bütz, M. R.  (1993, April).  Inability to self-organize and hegemonic therapy: not recognizing the symbol.  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair), Chaos theory and the family: clinical tales of butterfly effects and self-organization, symposium presented at the Joint Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association and the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bütz, M. R. (1993, April).  Continuum of cooperation: chemical self-organizations, artificial life, and symbolic representations.  Paper presented at the Joint Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association and the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Phoenix, Arizona.

Plant, J., Bütz, M. R.  (1993, April).  The influence of chaos theory on neurology and brain function.  Paper presented at the Joint Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association and the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Phoenix, Arizona.

Bütz, M. R.  (1993, April).  Single-Parent groups, an initial protocol.  Paper presented at Montana Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (1993, April). Chaos theory and its implications for clinicians. Paper presented at Montana Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting, Billings, Montana.

Recor, R. D., Bütz, M. R.  (1993, April). Paraprofessional training: preparing for healthcare reform with psychological assistants.  Paper presented at Montana Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting, Billings, Montana.

Bütz, M. R. (1992, August).  Chaos theory, philosophically old, scientifically new.  In Bütz, M. R. (Chair), Chaos theory’s implications for a cross-cultural perspective, symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Washington, D. C..

Bütz, M. R. (1992, August). Systemic family therapy and symbolic chaos.  In McCown, W. G. (Chair), Chaos theory and family therapy - a new unifying paradigm?, symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Washington, D. C..

Bütz, M. R. (1992, August). Chaos theory’s implications for psychological transformation: process, perspective and symöbia.  In Vandervert, L. (Chair), Chaos theory in a historical and philosophical perspective: initial translations, symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Washington, D. C..

Bütz, M. R. (1992, August). Beyond explication of fractal dimensionality: the paradigms afoot in science and psychology.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology, Washington, D. C..

Bütz, M. R. (1992, July).  Models of developmental and psychotherapeutic growth that chaos theory inspires.  Paper presented at the XXV International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, Belgium.

Bütz, M. R.  (1992, May).  Chaos theory, and theories of successful aging: Prigogine’s dissipative structures.  Paper presented at the Montana Psychological Association’s Annual Conference, Bozeman, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (1992, May).  The vampire, a metaphor for working with abuse. Paper presented at the Montana Psychological Association’s Annual Conference, Bozeman, Montana.

Bütz, M. R.  (1991, August).  Practical application of chaos theory to the psychotherapy process.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology, San Francisco, California.

Bütz, M. R.  (1991, August). The fractal nature of the development of the Self.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology, San Francisco, California.

Bütz, M. R.  (1991, August). Chaos, an omen of transcendence in the psychotherapy process.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology, San Francisco, California.

Bütz, M. R. (1990, August).  Chaos, an omen of transcendence in the psychotherapy process.  In Vandervert, L. (Chair), A chaotic/fractal dynamical unification model for psychology, symposium presented at the American Psychological Association National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

Bütz, M. R.  (1990, August).  Chaos, an omen of transcendence in the psychotherapy process.  Paper presented at the Conference on Chaos and Psychology, Springfield, Massachusetts.


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