Home-Based Family Therapy: Theory and Process from “Friendly Visitors” to Multisystemic Therapy:

@inproceedings{Woodford1999HomeBasedFT,
  title={Home-Based Family Therapy: Theory and Process from “Friendly Visitors” to Multisystemic Therapy:},
  author={Mark S. Woodford},
  year={1999}
}
Home-based family therapy is an alternative treatment approach that has historically focused on preventing out-of-home placement of children and adolescents who would otherwise be placed in foster care, group homes, residential treatment centers, psychiatric hospitals, and correctional institutions. The purpose of this article is to discuss briefly the historical and theoretical underpinnings of home-based family therapy from the early 1900s to the present. Multisystemic therapy is discussed as… CONTINUE READING

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