EXAMINING MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS IN NON-TRADITIONAL AREAS OF APPLICATION: AN ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORY OF CREATIVITY APPROACH

@inproceedings{Dupree2007EXAMININGMA,
  title={EXAMINING MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS IN NON-TRADITIONAL AREAS OF APPLICATION: AN ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORY OF CREATIVITY APPROACH},
  author={William J. Dupree},
  year={2007}
}
Marriage and family therapists (MFTs) over the past twenty years have increased their visibility by using their clinical skills and a systemic framework in other areas outside of therapy (i.e., business, school, medicine). Many of these individuals have pioneered roads of systems theory application through a creative process. Traditional creativity research has focused mainly on individual factors. However, Csikszentmihalyi’s theories of flow and creativity have offered important insight on the… CONTINUE READING

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