The Satir Model: Family Therapy and Beyond
Science and Behavior Books, 1991 - Medical - 398 pages
The definitive book on the theoretical aspects of Satir's approach to therapy. Comprehensive organization of her concepts, therapeutic applications, and innovative interventions.
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