Systemic training for healthcare professionals: the Chicago Center For Family Health approach.

  title={Systemic training for healthcare professionals: the Chicago Center For Family Health approach.},
  author={John S Rolland and Froma Walsh},
  journal={Family process},
  volume={44 3},
There has been increasing interest in family-centered, collaborative, biopsychosocial models of care by health and mental health professionals and consumers. This trend has led to growing demand and development of specialized training in family systems approaches to health care. This article describes the Families, Illness, and Collaborative Healthcare programs developed at the University of Chicago affiliate, the Chicago Center for Family Health. The program philosophy is guided by the… CONTINUE READING

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