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Families: A Handbook of Concepts and Techniques for the Helping Professional (Psychology)
Families: A Handbook of Concepts and Techniques for the Helping Professional (Psychology) Martyn P. Davis 0534258069 9780534258061 Designed as a handbook rather than a traditional textbook, Families offers students and beginning therapists a practica
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Families: A Handbook of Concepts and Techniques for the Helping Professional (Psychology) by Martyn P. Davis

Designed as a handbook rather than a traditional textbook, Families offers students and beginning therapists a practical how-to approach and an exceptionally large range of concepts, techniques, and guidelines. Interventions from all of the major approaches to family therapy are described and applied to a single blended family. In one volume the handbook provides the key concepts in family therapy along with techniques to implement them. Not only an exellent text for the Family Therapy course, this book is ideal as a reference source that students can refer to as they begin their own practices. It provides instructors with a tool that allows a great amount of freedom in designing the course and choosing which concepts to emphasize in class.

Author: Martyn P. Davis

Language: English

Edition: 001

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 273

Publisher: Brooks Cole

Publication Date: 1995-07-13

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