A complete guide for helping professionals, with tried-and-truetechniques for practicing family counseling therapy
Now in its second edition, Working With Families: Guidelinesand Techniques is filled with up-to-date, systems-orientedtechniques focused on field-tested results. Outlining the dos anddon'ts of working with different types of families and the variouscomplications, nuances, and complexities that can occur, thispractical guide provides a broad and proven selection ofinterventions, processes, and guidelines for working interactively,systematically, and compassionately with families.
Working With Families, Second Edition covers a rangeof topics including:
Family work in different settings
Therapeutic themes by family type
Managing adolescents in family sessions
Dealing with fear of family work
Strategic child assessment
Chemical dependence and its impact on families
Informed by the author's many years of experience in the field,both as a clinician and as a trainer, Working With Families,Second Edition offers an invaluable systems-oriented,goal-directed, problem-solving approach to family counselingtherapy for all mental health professionals.
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