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Global perspectives in family therapy : development, practice, and trends

Author: Kit S Ng
Publisher: New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2005, ©2003.
Series: Family therapy and counseling series.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kit S Ng
ISBN: 0203009614 9780203009611 9781135451448 1135451443
OCLC Number: 647398827
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 233 pages).
Contents: Piercy, Foreword. Ng, Toward a Global View of Family Therapy Development. Part I:The History of Family Therapy in Asia. Tamura, The Development of Family Therapy and the Experience of Fatherhood in Japanese Context. Ng, Family Therapy in Malaysia: An Update. Tan, The Emerging of Family Therapy in Postmodern Singapore. Prabhu, The Beginning of Family Therapy in India. Part II: The Development of Family Therapy in Europe. Klammer, Systemic Family Therapy in Austria.Bertrando, The Effects of Family Therapy in Italy. Varga, Family Therapy and Family Life Cycle in Russia. La Goff, Family Therapy in France: A Brief Overview. Softas-Nall, Reflections on Forty Years of Family Therapy, Research and Systemic Thinking in Greece. Part III: Family Therapy in Africa. Adekson, Indigenous Family Work in Nigeria: The Yoruba Experience. Gerhardt, Shuda, Finding Our Voices: The Development of Family Therapy in South Africa. Part IV: Family Therapy in Other Countries. Lavee, Family Therapy in a Multicultural Society: The Case of Israel. Bucher, da Costa, Family Therapy in Brazil: Memoir and Development. IHuag, Min, Observing the Growth and Development of Family Therapy in Ecuador.
Series Title: Family therapy and counseling series.
Responsibility: edited by Kit S. Ng.

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