Doing Family Therapy: Craft and Creativity in Clinical Practice

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Guilford Press, 2007 - Psychology - 278 pages
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This popular text helps students and clinicians build essential skills common to all family interventions. The entire process of systemic therapy is richly illustrated with chapter-length case examples. Rather than advocating one best approach, the author shows that there are multiple ways of working, and provides reflection questions and exercises that encourage readers to develop their own clinical style.

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Robert Taibbi, LCSW, is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia.  He has 35 years’ experience, primarily in community mental health, as a clinician, supervisor, and clinical director. He is the author of several books and book chapters and over 150 magazine and journal articles. He has served as teen advice columnist for Current Health and as a contributing editor to Your Health and Fitness, and has received two national writing awards for Best Consumer Health Writing from the Health Information Resource Center. Mr. Taibbi provides training nationally on couple and family therapy, treatment of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, and clinical supervision.

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