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Marriage and family assessment : a…

Marriage and family assessment : a sourcebook for family therapy

by Erik E. Filsinger

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Family studies scholars describe the use in therapy of techniques for the assessment of family characteristics and problems. Each author was given an outline to follow in order that a wide range of theoretical or therapeutic approaches would be coherently presented. Evidence for the validity of each assessment technique, suggestions for its practical administration and interpretation, illustrations by case example of its function and utility, and the actual questionnaire itself or instructions on how to get it are provided. The use of third party observers, and techniques for getting information from the family itself about marital relations or the full family structure are described.

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