Family therapy: a systemic integration

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Pearson Allyn and Bacon, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 414 pages
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The systemic-cybernetic framework in Family Therapy provides a framework for understanding people and families in context. The text-divided into three sections including The Systemic Framework, The Practice of Family Therapy, and The Systemic Practitioner-includes historical information, current developments, and ongoing debates. Book jacket.

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Contents

THE SYSTEMIC FRAMEWORK
1
POSTMODERNISM
2
THE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
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About the author (2006)

Becvar is a Family Therapist in Private Practice and former Associate Professor at Radford University, Virginia.

Becvar is Professor and Hanna Spyker Eminent Scholars Endowed Chair in Marriage and Family Therapy at St. Louis University.

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