The integrative revolution in couple and family therapy.

@article{Lebow1997TheIR,
  title={The integrative revolution in couple and family therapy.},
  author={Jay L. Lebow},
  journal={Family process},
  year={1997},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={1-17; discussion 19-24}
}
A quiet revolution has resulted in significant movement toward integrative practice in couple and family therapy. This article examines the present status of integrative methods, highlighting the factors that have led to their broad acceptance, issues surrounding the definition of integration and the nomenclature used, the content of recent approaches, and specific conceptual developments and directions. 

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