Procedures in Marriage and Family Therapy
Designed for courses in family studies, marriage and family therapy, social work and family psychology, this marriage and family therapy text delineates the procedural aspects of practice. It aims to serve as a marker for the field as it moves from a discipline of techniques and loosely structured actions to a more refined, multifaceted collection of specific strategies, helping families and couples make changes. This second edition reflects the input of instructors, reviewers, students and clinicians, and now includes new material on treatment of alcoholism, ethnicity, gender and assessment.
Specifications of Procedures in Marriage and Family Therapy
|Author||Gregory W. Brock, Charles P. Barnard|
|Publisher||Allyn & Bacon|
|Number Of Pages||370|
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