Enabling and Empowering Families: Principles and Guidelines for Practice
Brookline Books, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 219 pages
The classic in family support! Specifically written for human service professionals who work with families but have insufficient training in family systems assessment and intervention. A valuable blend of theory and practice, with pointers for applying the principles and case studies illustrating how to apply them.
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Needs Aspirations and Family Functioning
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