Family Therapy and Transcultural Psychiatry: An Emerging Synthesis

@article{Dinicola1985FamilyTA,
  title={Family Therapy and Transcultural Psychiatry: An Emerging Synthesis},
  author={V. F. Dinicola},
  journal={Transcultural Psychiatry},
  year={1985},
  volume={22},
  pages={151 - 180}
}
problems with structural family therapy, the perspectives of insiders and outsiders, families and culture change, the spread of family therapy around the world and its application to transcultural research. Defining the family is a complex, multi-disciplinary task but in order to make sense of the questions raised in this overview, it is crucial to have some familiarity with definitions of the family and the variety of family forms. The evolving position of many branches of the social sciences… Expand
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