Family Therapy: Concepts, Process and Practice
Now in its third edition, this highly regarded and well-established textbook includes up-to-date coverage of recent advances in family therapy practice and reviews of latest research, whilst retaining the popular structure and chapter features of previous editions.
- Presents a unique, integrative approach to the theory and practice of family therapy
- Distinctive style addresses family behaviour patterns, family belief systems and narratives, and broader contextual factors in problem formation and resolution
- Shows how the model can be applied to address issues of childhood and adolescence (e.g. conduct problems, drug abuse) and of adulthood (e.g. marital distress, anxiety, depression)
- Student-friendly features: chapters begin with a chapter plan and conclude with a summary of key points; theoretical chapters include a glossary of new terms; case studies and further reading suggestions are included throughout
Keywords: Couples & Family Clinical Psychology, Parents, children, family therapy practice, conflict resolution, adolescence, marriage, clinical psychology
- Carr, Alan
- John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
- Publication year
- Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology
- Page amount
- 552 pages
- Medicine, Health Care, Mode
- eISBN (ePUB)
- Printed ISBN