Systemic family therapy and the influence of post-modernism

@inproceedings{Boston2000SystemicFT,
  title={Systemic family therapy and the influence of post-modernism},
  author={Paul F. Boston},
  year={2000}
}
Post-modernism is a term that is omnipresent in the media, academic circles and contemporary culture. It is also a term that has caused substantial consternation among systemic family therapists. Systemic family therapy traces its origins from the 1950s, and there are currently several different models contained within the systemic paradigm. A unifying feature of systemic therapy is the importance placed on understanding psychological difficulties in the context of social relationships. Another… CONTINUE READING

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