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Family therapy techniques : integrating and tailoring treatment

Author: Jon Carlson; Len Sperry; Judith A Lewis
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2005.
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"This volume consolidates the gamut of strategies and techniques that abound in the field of family therapy, with the aim of improving the therapist's ability to address each family's needs with the most effective tools available. By applying this integrative approach to each unique set of circumstances, the practitioner can draw from a plethora of relevant techniques, models, and constructs to create viable
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Carlson; Len Sperry; Judith A Lewis
ISBN: 1583913602 9781583913604 9780203025499 0203025490
OCLC Number: 56370974
Description: xix, 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Family therapy in the 21st century --
Theories of family therapy --
Integrative treatment with couples and families --
Tailoring treatment for couples and families --
Case conceptualization as a strategy for tailoring treatment --
Tailoring treatment: the impact of culture --
Tailoring treatment: families under stress --
Tailoring treatment: work and family concerns --
Treatment adherence and relapse prevention: ensuring therapeutic results --
Index.
Responsibility: Jon Carlson, Len Sperry, Judith A. Lewis.
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"This volume consolidates the gamut of strategies and techniques that abound in the field of family therapy, with the aim of improving the therapist's ability to address each family's needs with the most effective tools available. By applying this integrative approach to each unique set of circumstances, the practitioner can draw from a plethora of relevant techniques, models, and constructs to create viable treatment plans. A review of the major theories and integrative treatments provides the groundwork for the tailored approaches to common family problems such as addiction, violence, and career issues that follow. Illustrative case examples and clinical observations guide the therapist in implementing new approaches suited to the situation at hand.

Family Therapy Techniques is an inspiring text for students of all levels, but also an eye-opening read for seasoned practitioners who have long felt confined by the tenets of a single therapy model."--BOOK JACKET.

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