The moral dimensions of marriage and family therapy

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University Press of America, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 122 pages
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This book examines marriage and family therapy as a moral paradigm. The author begins with an account of the wider social contexts in which therapy must work-within a social structure that is filled with prejudice and injustice. Lageman demonstrates that marriage and family therapists have responsibilities not only to their clients, but also to their society.

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Social Structures and Professional Ideologies
Ethical Issues Specific to Marriage and Family Therapy
Duties of Marriage and Family Therapists

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