Satir step by step: a guide to creating change in families
Science and Behavior Books, 1983 - Family & Relationships - 282 pages
Annotated transcript of Satir conducting family therapy -- showing what she's thinking and how she selects a particular phrase or intervention -- and then an account of her theoretical foundations and methods.
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