Basic Family Therapy

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Wiley, Jun 16, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 320 pages
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The fourth edition of this established text provides an unbiased, readable and up-to-date introduction to the field of family therapy, covering all the main contemporary schools of thought. It also presents a coherent model of therapy, which students can apply as they start learning the skills they need to work effectively with families. The book has been thoroughly revised to take into account continuing advances in the field.

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Philip Barker is at University of Calgary; Director, Dept. of Psychiatry and Head, Mental Health Program, Alberta Children's Hospital, Calgary.

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