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The Expanded Family Life Cycle: Individual, Family, and Social Perspectives
The Changing Family Life Cycle: A Framework for Family Therapy
This work has rapidly achieved prominence as a standard text in social work curricula, family therapy training programs, and clinical practice. Diverse ethnic and socio-economic lifestyles are… Expand
Re-visioning family therapy : race, culture, and gender in clinical practice
- M. McGoldrick
Part I: Re-Visioning Family Therapy. McGoldrick, Introduction. Laird, Theorizing Culture. Falicov, The Cultural Meaning of Family Triangles. Kliman, Social Class as a Relationship. Walsh, Beliefs,… Expand
Genograms in Family Assessment
Widely used by both family therapists and family physicians, the genogram is a graphic way of organizing the mass of information gathered during a family assessment and finding patterns in the family… Expand
Ethnicity and family therapy
McGoldrick, Giordano, Therapy with Families in Our Multi-Ethnic Society. Part I: Native American Families. Sutton, Broken Nose, Native American Families, An Overview. Tafoya, Del Vecchio, Back to the… Expand
Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family
The editors' clinical framework identifies variables that heighten risk for individual, couple, or family dysfunction and describes key processes that foster healing and growth. Chapters by leading… Expand
Ethnicity and family therapy, 2nd ed.
Genograms: Assessment and Intervention
Using famous families as case studies, this book explains how to draw, interpret and apply the genogram, a graphic way of organizing information gathered during a family assessment. It explains how… Expand