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8vo - 21 x 13.5 cm.; 194 pp. Foreword by William Van Ornum. Bibliography. Gives clear guidelines on how to decide when it is most effective to work with the family rather than with just one individual. Intended to assist those in the helping professions learn to practice from a family therapy perspective. Takes a position that it is the equilibrium that occurs in balancing the problems or struggles with the strengths and resources within the individual members and the family unit that brings about optimal family functioning. Huber is professor of psychology and counseling at New Mexico State University and a psychologist in private practice. Driskill is a pre-doctorate intern at the Texas Tech University Counseling Center, Lubbock. (or was in 1993). An as-new and unused book.
Title: Equilibrium Family Therapy: A Basic Guide for the Helping Professions.
Categories: Diet, Health & Fitness,
Publisher: New York., Crossroad.: 1993
ISBN Number: 082451193X
ISBN Number 13: 9780824511937
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 3341
Keywords: Psychotherapy Charles Huber Patricia Driskill Family Therapy Psychology Psychiatry Social Work Therapy