Outcome research in family therapy

@inproceedings{Asen2002OutcomeRI,
  title={Outcome research in family therapy},
  author={Eia Asen},
  year={2002}
}
The term family therapy can be misleading. ‘Family’ is open to many interpretations, if not attacks, because it is frequently read as implying a twoparent, heterosexual couple with two children, with the woman primarily the ‘homemaker’ and the man the ‘breadwinner’, with occasional backup from the grandparents. Such a picture would seem to marginalise or exclude other family forms, such as childless couples, single parents with children, gay or lesbian couples and unattached elderly persons… CONTINUE READING