Readings in Family Therapy
From Theory to Practice
- Janice M. Rasheed - Loyola University Chicago, USA
- Mikal N. Rasheed - Chicago State University, USA
- James A. Marley - Loyola University Chicago, USA
Career Counselling | Family Therapy | Theories of Counseling
The only annotated full-text reader that addresses key issues in family therapy
Filling the need for a resource that goes beyond the scope of basic textbooks, this reader provides a compilation of 18 full-text articles that highlight family therapy models and related issues. The editors have included a diverse range of topics authored by leading scholars to showcase the far-reaching capacity of the field. Each article includes editorial comments that offer even greater context for readers.
Although it is designed as a stand-alone text, this reader can be used in conjunction with the upcoming Family Therapy: Models, Skills, and Techniques to enhance students' understanding of topics presented in the book chapters: the history of family therapy, modern family structures and challenges, approaches to clinical practice, ethical issues, and more.
This reader can be used in any Family/Marriage Therapy course in psychology, nursing, social work, human services, and other related disciplines.
This is a very useful and well-written text which covers many relevant aspects of contemporary family therapy. In addition there are chapters on ethics and research re narrative therapy which capture complex issues effectively.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1 - The History of Family Therapy
Chapter 2 - The Ecology of Families