Change and Continuity in Adult Life
Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1990 - Psychology - 342 pages
A pioneer in the field of family therapy presents an effective, straightforward approach for conducting first therapy sessions, showing step-by-step how to identify client problems and help solve them within families. Expands on the ideas Haley first presented in his best-selling book Problem-Solving Therapy.
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The Complexities of Adult Lives
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