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Introduction to Family Counseling : A Case Study Approach (Paperback) (Judy Esposito & Abbi Hattem)

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Introduction to Family Counseling is a core text for courses found in human service and other mental health programs on working with families. Judy Esposito and Abbi Hattem present various theoretical models on working with families and apply them to the case that runs through the text. Introduction to Family Counseling is specifically written for upper undergraduates in the helping professions to fill a gap in current texts that present various theoretical approaches on working with families. The book will present basic knowledge on working with families and will apply the theory to the case study. It will then present basic skills on working with families. The book will be organized into three parts. The first part will provide an overview on families, the second part will overview the most common models of family therapy at the undergraduate level, and finally the last part will present ethics, trends, and services in working with families. The book will have a focus on working with diverse families and take special care to emphasize multicultural issues.
Introduction to Family Counseling is a core text for courses found in human service and other mental health programs on working with families. Judy Esposito and Abbi Hattem present various theoretical models on working with families and apply them to the case that runs through the text. Introduction to Family Counseling is specifically written for upper undergraduates in the helping professions to fill a gap in current texts that present various theoretical approaches on working with families. The book will present basic knowledge on working with families and will apply the theory to the case study. It will then present basic skills on working with families. The book will be organized into three parts. The first part will provide an overview on families, the second part will overview the most common models of family therapy at the undergraduate level, and finally the last part will present ethics, trends, and services in working with families. The book will have a focus on working with diverse families and take special care to emphasize multicultural issues.
Number of Pages: 342.0
Genre: Social Science, Psychology
Sub-Genre: Psychotherapy / Couples + Family, Human Services
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Sage Pubns
Author: Judy Esposito & Abbi Hattem
Language: English
Street Date: December 21, 2015
TCIN: 46758883
UPC: 9781483351766
Item Number (DPCI): 247-51-6523

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