Introduction to Marital and Family Therapy, An, 1st edition
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- Part I explores health family systems over time, and the role of the therapist as a health-care provider. It combines research on healthy families with an explanation of family systems, the family life cycle, and the importance of inter-family interactions.
- Part II provides an overview of accepted family therapy theories, with individual chapters devoted to each specific theoretical approach.
- The final section focuses on therapy practices in the health-care settings, and common ethical issues therapists face.
Table of contents
I. THE MAP OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY-HEALTHY FAMILY SYSTEMS OVER TIME.
II. THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS BASED UPON THEORY.
III. THE PRACTICE OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY.
Published by Pearson (July 24th 1991) - Copyright © 1992