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Family systems therapy

Author: Jon CarlsonDiane KjosKenneth V HardyRandall C WyattEileen FlanaganAll authors
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Allyn and Bacon ; Mill Valley, CA : Psychotherapy.net, ©1997.
Series: Psychotherapy with the experts.; Psychotherapy with the experts video series (Videodisc)
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Institutional/instructor's versionView all editions and formats
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Explores the major theories of family therapy. This segment looks at family systems therapy, which is based on the belief that the family and other systems, such as work, influence the individual just as the individual influences each system. Carlos and Kjos discuss with Hardy the family systems theory and its application, followed by an actual counseling demonstration. Concludes with a group of professionals  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Carlson; Diane Kjos; Kenneth V Hardy; Randall C Wyatt; Eileen Flanagan; Allyn and Bacon.; Psychotherapy.net.; PsychotherapistResources.com.
ISBN: 1601241313 9781601241313
OCLC Number: 276856757
Notes: Instructor's manual written by Randall C. Wyatt and Eileen Flanagan.
Performer(s): Hosted by Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos.
Description: 1 videodisc (124 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 instructor's manual (72 p. ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Psychotherapy with the experts.; Psychotherapy with the experts video series (Videodisc)
Responsibility: Kenneth V. Hardy.

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Explores the major theories of family therapy. This segment looks at family systems therapy, which is based on the belief that the family and other systems, such as work, influence the individual just as the individual influences each system. Carlos and Kjos discuss with Hardy the family systems theory and its application, followed by an actual counseling demonstration. Concludes with a group of professionals discussing the demonstration and the theory.

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