Textbook of family and couples therapy : clinical applications / edited by G. Pirooz Sholevar with Linda D. Schwoeri.

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Other Authors: Sholevar, G. Pirooz., Schwoeri, Linda.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Pub., [2003]
Edition:First edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • Family theory and therapy : an overview
  • Introduction to family theories
  • Structural family therapy
  • Constructing therapy : from strategic, to systemic, to narrative models
  • Pschodynamic family therapy
  • Multigenerational family systems theory of Bowen and its application
  • Contextual therapy
  • Behavioral family therapy
  • Psychoeducational family intervention
  • Social network intervention
  • Gender-sensitive family therapy
  • Techniques of family therapy
  • Family theories : conclusion
  • Initial and diagnostic family interviews
  • Family assessment
  • The family life cycle : a framework for understanding family development
  • Functional and dysfunctional families
  • Diagnosis of family relational disorders
  • Family therapy with children and adolescents : an overview
  • Family therapy with children : a model for engaging the whole family
  • Parent management training
  • Couples therapy : an overview
  • Psychodynamic couples therapy
  • Behavioral couples therapy
  • The divorcing family : characteristics and interventions
  • The remarried family : characteristics and interventions
  • Marital enrichment in clinical practice
  • Sex therapy at the turn of the century : new awareness and response
  • Family variables and interventions in schizophrenia
  • Depression and the family : interpersonal context and family functioning
  • Family Intervention and psychiatric hospitalization
  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) and family psychiatry : working toward a collaborative model
  • Alcoholic and substance-abusing families
  • Family intervention with incest
  • Family therapy with personality disorders
  • Impact of culture and ethnicity on family interventions
  • Medical family therapy
  • The state of family therapy research : a positive prognosis
  • Couples therapy research : status and directions
  • Conclusion and future directions.