Mind In Therapy

by Bradford P. Keeney

Book review

Systemic family therapy - which emphasises treating the patterns that connect the problem behaviour of one person with the behaviour of other people - has become increasingly popular. Because the variety of techniques and theories used in this approach tend to be overwhelming, Mind in therapy offers a unifying conceptual view that enables both students and practitioners to draw on different systemic therapies when organising their clinical strategies. The first section discusses the basic patterns of therapeutic intervention. The next section utilises these basic therapeutic patterns to provide general strategies used in organising systemic family therapy.

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ISBN9780465046126
Author
PublisherBasic Books (AZ)
Release date 01.01.1985
Pages count269
File size4.9 Mb
eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
Book rating2 (1 votes)