The Practice of Family Therapy: Key Elements Across Models

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Thomson/Brooks/Cole, Jul 21, 2003 - Psychology - 337 pages
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Part I: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: FAMILY THERAPY AS A MOVEMENT ACROSS TIME. 1. Family Therapy: Journey through Diversity and Integration. 2. The Journey Continues: Second-Generation Trends in Family Therapy. 3. Integration of Theory: Common Themes. 4. Integration of Practice: Common Themes. Part II: ORGANIZING TREATMENT: AN OVERVIEW OF SEQUENCES AND TASKS. 5. Starting off on the Right Foot: Referral and Intake. 6. The Initial Interview: A Template for General Tasks in Family Therapy. 7. Relational Assessments: Exploring Client Experience. 8. Beginning and Maintaining Relational Change. Part III: THE FUTURE OF FAMILY THERAPY: EVALUATIONS, RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION. 9. Evaluations and Research in Family Therapy. 10. Family Therapy Collaborations.

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this is a good book so far, one of the better ones from school this year. just wish i wasn't forced to read it.... Read full review


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Suzanne Midori Hanna is a professor of counseling and family sciences at Loma Linda University. She coordinates medical family therapy placements and is an AAMFT-approved supervisor. She has been a licensed marital and family therapist since 1981. Dr. Hanna's areas of interest include minority health/mental health issues, collaborative interdisciplinary practice, medical family therapy, sibling relationships, and evidence-based practice.

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