Mediation Therapy: Short-Term Decision Making for Couples and Families in Crisis
Wiseman, a therapist, social worker, and teacher discusses a method of assisting an individual faced with a family crisis. Her approach, called mediation therapy, is described for professionals who are helping a person make decisions such as marriage, divorce, or institutionalizing a parent or chi
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