Adlerian Family Counseling: A Manual for Counselor, Educator and Psychotherapist
Oscar C. Christensen
Educational Media Corporation, 1993 - Psychology - 186 pages
The Adlerian model encourages a democratic view of interpersonal relationships, emphasizing the influences of family atmosphere, family constellation, and the purposeful nature of behavior. Here is a systematic guide to the elements of family counseling, complete with sample dialog to illustrate the concepts.
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The Rationale for Family Counseling
The Family Counseling Process
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