Handbook of Structured Techniques in Marriage and Family Therapy
Provides a set of techniques for marriage and family therapy. The authors have selected 59 techniques that have been widely used by clinicians for diagnosis and intervention and have been reported to be useful and effective in the clinical setting. The structured techniques are divided into six major categories: Fantasy and imagery, Sociometrics, Structural moves, Behavioral tasks, Paradox, and Alternative models. Each category is preceded by an informative theoretical introduction reviewing the thinking behind the techniques. Each technique is presented with enough detail that you can use it immediately. Names of techniques include: "Pretending to have the symptom," "Contaminating the suicidal Fantasy," and "Sculpting."
Specifications of Handbook of Structured Techniques in Marriage and Family Therapy
|Author||Robert Sherman, Norman Fredman|
|Number Of Pages||264|
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