Published: Belmont, CA : Thomson Brooks/Cole, c2008 Edition: 7th ed Description: xxv, 514 p. : ill. ; 25 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780495097594, 0495097594, Language: English
Part I: Fundamentals of Family Psychology -- Adopting a family relationship framework -- Family development: continuity and change -- Gender, culture, and ethnicity factors in family functioning -- Interlocking systems: the individual, the family, and the community -- Part II: The Development and Practice of Family Therapy -- Origins of growth of family therapy -- Professional issues and ethical practices -- Part III: The Established Schools of Family Therapy -- Psychodynamic models -- Transgenerational models -- Experiential models -- The structural model -- Strategic models -- The Milan systemic model -- Behavioral and cognitive-behavioral models -- Part IV: New Directions in Family Therapy -- Social construction models I: solution-focused therapy and collaborative therapy -- Social construction models II: narrative therapy -- Psychoeducational models: teaching skills to specific populations -- Part V: Clinical Research: The Synergy of Science and Practice -- Research on family assessment and therapeutic outcomes -- Part VI: Family Theories and Family Therapies: An Overview -- A comparative view of family theories and therapies -- Appendix A: AAMFT Code of ethics -- Appendix B: Becoming a competent family therapist: training and supervision
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