Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Programs Minnesota

Family therapy, William J. Doherty, ISBN 9783497023042 | buy book online
Saint Mary s University of Minnesota | Minnesota s Private Colleges

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If the family is the problem
In family therapy to treat mental problems
against the background of family relationship patterns.
Symptoms are an expression of a person communication
and related conditions in the family system,
which may include several generations. With special
Techniques such as the so-called circular questions, a
Change of perspective requires, ("What do you think, how
My son feels? ") Or by the detection of conflicts
and alliances in a family sculpture pushes the therapist
Change processes. From entrenched patterns of interaction
can be within the family system as
solve, learn the family members, better together
to talk and find solutions to their problems.
The book provides the reader with the particular approach
family therapy and intervention techniques is typical
before.

About the Author:

William J. Doherty, PhD, is a professor and former director of marriage and family therapy program at the University of Minnesota and Director of the Citizen Professional Center.

Susan H. McDaniel, PhD, is Honorary Professor of "Families & Health, " the director of the "Institute for the Family" at the psychiatric department and deputy head of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Rochester, New York.

Tags:

Family therapy, intervention techniques, psychotherapy

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Category:

General Psychology

Place of publication:

Munich / Basel

ISBN-10:

3-497-02304-3 / 3497023043

ISBN-13:

978-3-497-02304-2 / ​​9783497023042

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Well. i'm finishing up my master's in counseling. then i'll get licensed as an LMFT (marriage and family therapist) but i'd like to specialize with families having problems with their teenagers. I'd like to work on my PhD in clinical psych while i get licensed. Should I start looking into PhD programs en France? I am having fun, though the classwork has made me more socially aware, which usually equates to a higher level of intolerance for ignorance/prejudice.
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