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Introducing User-Friendly Family Therapy (edition 1994)

by Sigurd Reimers

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The first part of the book critiques the historical development and current practice of family therapy and gradually introduces the reader to a user-friendly approach. The second part presents an action research project and reviews consumer studies of therapy, including social work, marriage guidance and family therapy research before concluding with guidelines for putting a user-friendly perspective into practice. Thought-provoking and practical in emphasis, this book places the user at the centre of the stage and insists that family therapy has now reached a stage where it needs to concentrate on becoming more genuinely empowering and user-friendly.… (more)
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Title:Introducing User-Friendly Family Therapy
Authors:Sigurd Reimers
Info:Routledge (1994), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 288 pages
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