Donald deAvila "Don" Jackson, M.D. (28 January 1920 – 29 January 1968) was an American psychiatrist best known for his pioneering work in family therapy. From 1947 to 1951, he studied under Harry Stack Sullivan. From 1953 to 1962, he worked with Gregory Bateson, John Weakland, Jay Haley and William Fry, developing thinking in the areas of family therapy, brief therapy, systems theory and communication theory. One of the results of this research was the development of the double bind theory of schizophrenia.

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  • Don D. Jackson (* 28. Januar 1920 in Oakland, Kalifornien; † 29. Januar 1968 in Foster City, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Psychiater und Psychotherapeut. Jackson gründete im Jahr 1959 das Mental Research Institute (MRI) im kalifornischen Palo Alto. Es gelang ihm u. a. Paul Watzlawick für das Institut zu gewinnen. Ein Schwerpunkt der Arbeit Jacksons war die Familientherapie. (de)
  • Donald deAvila Jackson, conocido como Don D. Jackson (Oakland, California, 1920-Foster City, CA, 1968) fue considerado uno de los diez primeros psiquiatras estadounidenses, a finales de 1960. Formó parte del Mental Research Institute (MRI), centro de los avances de la ciencia de la comunicación humana. Además formó parte de la Escuela de Palo Alto o Escuela Invisible, y fue sun primer director. (es)
  • Donald deAvila Jackson (dit aussi Don D. Jackson) (28 janvier 1920, Oakland, Californie - 29 janvier 1968, Foster City, Californie) est un psychiatre américain, pionnier de la thérapie familiale et de la thérapie brève et membre fondateur de l'École de Palo Alto. (fr)
  • Dopo essersi formato con Harry Sullivan, ha lavorato nel gruppo di Gregory Bateson contribuendo agli studi sul doppio legame negli anni '50. Nel settembre del 1958 ha fondato il Mental Research Institute, in cui si sono formate o hanno dato contributi personalità quali Paul Watzlawick, Jay Haley, John Weakland, Virginia Satir e Milton H. Erickson.Autore o coautore di più di 130 articoli e sette libri, ha vinto numerosi premi nel campo della psichiatria, tra cui: il premio Frieda Fromm-Reichmann per il contributo alla comprensione della schizofrenia, il primo premio Edward R. Strecker per il contributo al trattamento di pazienti ospedalizzati e nel 1967 è stato insignito del Salmon Lecturer. (it)
  • Donald deAvila "Don" Jackson, M.D. (28 January 1920 – 29 January 1968) was an American psychiatrist best known for his pioneering work in family therapy. From 1947 to 1951, he studied under Harry Stack Sullivan. From 1953 to 1962, he worked with Gregory Bateson, John Weakland, Jay Haley and William Fry, developing thinking in the areas of family therapy, brief therapy, systems theory and communication theory. One of the results of this research was the development of the double bind theory of schizophrenia. In 1958, he founded the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California, and was its first director. (en)
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  • Don D. Jackson (* 28. Januar 1920 in Oakland, Kalifornien; † 29. Januar 1968 in Foster City, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Psychiater und Psychotherapeut. Jackson gründete im Jahr 1959 das Mental Research Institute (MRI) im kalifornischen Palo Alto. Es gelang ihm u. a. Paul Watzlawick für das Institut zu gewinnen. Ein Schwerpunkt der Arbeit Jacksons war die Familientherapie. (de)
  • Donald deAvila Jackson, conocido como Don D. Jackson (Oakland, California, 1920-Foster City, CA, 1968) fue considerado uno de los diez primeros psiquiatras estadounidenses, a finales de 1960. Formó parte del Mental Research Institute (MRI), centro de los avances de la ciencia de la comunicación humana. Además formó parte de la Escuela de Palo Alto o Escuela Invisible, y fue sun primer director. (es)
  • Donald deAvila Jackson (dit aussi Don D. Jackson) (28 janvier 1920, Oakland, Californie - 29 janvier 1968, Foster City, Californie) est un psychiatre américain, pionnier de la thérapie familiale et de la thérapie brève et membre fondateur de l'École de Palo Alto. (fr)
  • Dopo essersi formato con Harry Sullivan, ha lavorato nel gruppo di Gregory Bateson contribuendo agli studi sul doppio legame negli anni '50. Nel settembre del 1958 ha fondato il Mental Research Institute, in cui si sono formate o hanno dato contributi personalità quali Paul Watzlawick, Jay Haley, John Weakland, Virginia Satir e Milton H. Erickson.Autore o coautore di più di 130 articoli e sette libri, ha vinto numerosi premi nel campo della psichiatria, tra cui: il premio Frieda Fromm-Reichmann per il contributo alla comprensione della schizofrenia, il primo premio Edward R. Strecker per il contributo al trattamento di pazienti ospedalizzati e nel 1967 è stato insignito del Salmon Lecturer. (it)
  • Donald deAvila "Don" Jackson, M.D. (28 January 1920 – 29 January 1968) was an American psychiatrist best known for his pioneering work in family therapy. From 1947 to 1951, he studied under Harry Stack Sullivan. From 1953 to 1962, he worked with Gregory Bateson, John Weakland, Jay Haley and William Fry, developing thinking in the areas of family therapy, brief therapy, systems theory and communication theory. One of the results of this research was the development of the double bind theory of schizophrenia. (en)
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