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Integrated family therapy : a problem-centred psychodynamic approach

Author: David Will; Robert M Wrate
Publisher: London ; New York : Tavistock, 1985.
Series: Social science paperbacks, 305.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Will, David.
Integrated family therapy.
London ; New York : Tavistock, 1985
(OCoLC)564812746
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Will; Robert M Wrate
ISBN: 0422797502 9780422797504 042279760X 9780422797603
OCLC Number: 12104841
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xiii, 161 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1. Integrated family therapy: an overview --
Introduction --
What is being integrated? --
The practical implications of an integrated approach --
The historical development of the McMaster model --
The non-clinical data base --
The emphasis on training: conceptual, perceptual and executive skills --
The macro stages of therapy --
3. Central concepts of the model of family functioning --
Basic assumptions --
The dimensions of family functioning --
Basic dysfunctional transactional processes --
The contribution of structural concepts to the understanding of family functioning --
4. The macro stages of therapy --
Assessment --
Contracting --
Treatment --
Closure --
5. Executive skills --
Introduction --
Some general issues --
The executive skills categories --
A case illustration --
The application of executive skills to an initial assessment interview --
The application of executive skills to therapy --
The contribution of structural techniques to micro-executive skills --
6. Implications for practice --
Basic framework --
Expanding the basic framework: the integration of different therapeutic models --
PCPFT --
the application of an integrative approach --
7. Training in PCPFT --
General issues --
Curriculum for an introductory training course in PCPFT --
Summary --
8. Family therapy research and outcome studies: implications for PCPFT --
A general review --
Research associated with the McMaster school, its antecedent and derivative groups --
Conclusions.
Series Title: Social science paperbacks, 305.
Responsibility: David Will and Robert M. Wrate.

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