Reaching Out in Family Therapy
Reaching Out To Families In The everyday settings in which they live can be a powerful mode of therapeutic intervention, particularly for families who face complex, multiple problems. This volume presents a valuable framework for conducting family therapy sessions in the home, school, and community. Drawing upon years of frontline work in family therapy practice, training, and supervision, Nancy Boyd-Franklin and Brenna Hafer Bry illuminate vital concepts and skills for helping families deal effectively with a variety of life challenges, including the effects of racism and other societal stressors.
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1 in stock (can be backordered)