Conjoint Family Therapy
Science and Behavior Books, 1983 - 289 sidor
"Third edition of the universally-recognized classic in family therapy. Viriginia Satir describes the purposes and processes of her initial interview with client families, and explores the benefits of going beyond conjoint family therapy into community therapy -- in which she worked with groups of more than 200 people to effect change within and between individuals, families, and neighbors."--[Résumé de l'éditeur].
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Low SelfEsteem and Mate Selection
Stresses Affecting the Modern Family
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