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Part I: PERSPECTIVES OF FAMILY THERAPY. 1. Adopting a Family Relationship Framework. 2. Family Development: Continuity and Change. 3. Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity Factors in Family Functioning. 4. The Family as a Psychosocial System. Part II: THE EVOLUTION OF FAMILY THERAPY. 5. Origins and Growth of Family Therapy. Part III: THE BASIC MODELS OF FAMILY THERAPY. 6. Psychodynamic Models. 7. Experiential Models. 8. Transgenerational Models. 9. The Structural Model. 10. Strategic Models. 11. The Milan Model. 12. Cognitive-Behavioral Models. Part IV: EVOLVING MODELS OF FAMILY THERAPY. 13. Postmodernism and the Social Constructionist Family Therapies. 14. Narrative Therapy. 15. Psychoeducational Family Therapy. Part V: RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES. 16. Family Therapy Research. 17. Becoming a Family Therapist: Training and Supervision. 18. Professional Issues and Ethical Practices. Part VI: FAMILY THEORIES AND FAMILY THERAPY: AN OVERVIEW. 19. A Comparative View of Family Theories and Therapies. Appendices. Glossary.
Table of Contents
|Part I: PERSPECTIVES OF FAMILY THERAPY|
|1. Adopting a Family Relationship Framework|
|2. Family Development: Continuity and Change|
|3. Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity Factors in Family Functioning|
|4. The Family as a Psychosocial System|
|Part II: THE EVOLUTION OF FAMILY THERAPY|
|5. Origins and Growth of Family Therapy|
|Part III: THE BASIC MODELS OF FAMILY THERAPY|
|6. Psychodynamic Models|
|7. Experiential Models|
|8. Transgenerational Models|
|9. The Structural Model|
|10. Strategic Models|
|11. The Milan Model|
|12. Cognitive-Behavioral Models|
|Part IV: EVOLVING MODELS OF FAMILY THERAPY|
|13. Postmodernism and the Social Constructionist Family Therapies|
|14. Narrative Therapy|
|15. Psychoeducational Family Therapy|
|Part V: RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES|
|16. Family Therapy Research|
|17. Becoming a Family Therapist: Training and Supervision|
|18. Professional Issues and Ethical Practices|
|Part VI: FAMILY THEORIES AND FAMILY THERAPY: AN OVERVIEW|
|19. A Comparative View of Family Theories and Therapies|