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Basic family therapy

Author: Philip Barker
Publisher: London : Collins Professional & Technical, 1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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This new edition offers students a starting point for family work and shows how concepts derived from a variety of family therapy theories and other sources may be integrated into this basic  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Barker
ISBN: 0003831590 9780003831597
OCLC Number: 13670671
Notes: Previous edition: London : Granada, 1981.
Description: 334 pages
Contents: The development of family therapy; Healthy families and their development; Some basic theoretical concepts; Schools of family therapy; Assessing families; Establishing treatment goals; Indications and contraindications for family therapy; Practical points made in the treatment of families; Common family problems and their treatment; Strategic and systemic therapies; Other therapeutic devices; A method of therapy; Marital therapy and sex therapies; Terminating treatment and dealing with treatment interruptions; Teaching and learning family therapy; Research in family therapy; Glossary; Appendix.
Responsibility: Philip Barker.

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