Series: Guilford Family Therapy Series

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Aesthetics of Change by Bradford Keeney
Casebook of Marital Therapy by Alan S. Gurman
Essential Skills in Family Therapy: From the First Interview to Termination by JoEllen Patterson
Ethnicity and Family Therapy by Monica McGoldrick
Failures in family therapy by Sandra B. Coleman
Family Care of Schizophrenia: A Problem-Solving Approach to the Treatment of Mental Illness by Ian R. H. Falloon
Family Therapy and Family Medicine: Toward the Primary Care of Families by William J. Doherty
Family therapy in schizophrenia by William R. McFarlane
Family Therapy of Drug Abuse and Addiction by M. Duncan Stanton
From Psyche to System: The Evolving Therapy of Carl Whitaker by John R. Neill
Generation to Generation: Family Process in Church and Synagogue by Edwin H. Friedman
Helping Couples Change: A Social Learning Approach to Marital Therapy by Richard B. Stuart
Marriage and Divorce: A Contemporary Perspective by Carol C. Nadelson
Mastering Resistance: A Practical Guide to Family Therapy by Carol M. Anderson
The Military Family: Dynamics and Treatment by Florence W. Kaslow
Normal Family Processes: Growing Diversity and Complexity by Froma Walsh
Patterns of Brief Family Therapy: An Ecosystemic Approach by Steve De Shazer
The Process of Change by Peggy Papp

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