Why Family Therapy Doesn't Work and What We Can Do about It: Adventures in Family Based Therapy

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Psychology - 268 pages
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Evan Dubin is a busy young man. A senior in high school, he is attempting to defend his state wrestling championship in one weight class, while taking on his boyhood rival in another weight class. He discovers the love of his life, only after she starts dating his best friend. Then his brother, nine years his senior, asks him to keep an unthinkable secret from his family, straining an already tenuous sibling relationship and tearing him apart inside. How Evan deals with all of these stressful occurrences will determine his future for years to come.

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