Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal presents the latest developments in theory, research and practice pertaining to family therapy with an emphasis on examining families within the broader socio-economic and ethnic matrices of which families and their members are a part. Demonstrating that the therapeutic relationship is most effective when family, individual, and society are seen as interacting systems, the journal examines essential factors which include family value systems, social class, and racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds.
Holdings: Vol. 19, no. 1 (Mar. 1997)-present
Related titles: Child and Family Behavior Therapy ; Continues: International journal of family therapy
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