Family Dynamics for Physicians: Guidelines to Assessment and Treatment

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E. Mellen Press, 1985 - Psychology - 345 pages
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This study offers an analysis of the way that the social dynamics of the family affects the health and/or illness of its members. It deals with several specific parameters and provides a diagnostic instrument for use by physicians and other members of the healing professions.

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Chapter Two Family Counseling Skills
The Person in Relationship

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Sawa received his undergraduate degree in philosophy from Gonzaga University and his M.D. in 1975 from The University of Western Ontario. After his family practice residency in Toronto he completed a fellowship year in Family Therapy at McMaster University and has been a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy since 1979. Currently he is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the Univeristy of Calgary.

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