A Guide for the Family Therapist
This work is a primer for mental health professionals who work with families. Boyer and Jeffrey share their ideas, techniques and experiences. They recognise and borrow from the rich contributions and clinical work of well-known and skilled family therapists to offer a workable approach to dealing with problems in family relationships.
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DEFINITION OF A FAMILY
AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
KEY AREAS OF FAMILY INTERACTION
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