Family Therapy Theory

 

Families & Therapy Links

Theory: Take some of the uncertainty out of going to therapy by understanding its methodology and some techniques of psychotherapy.
 
Children&Teens: Therapy is as important for children and teens within the family as it is for the adults. Children and teens can benefit from family therapy, in a number of ways.
 
Couples: Are you trying to have a bad marriage? If so, check out a few things you can do to make it worse. If you want help, learn where to start.
 
FamilyLifeCycles: Families evolve over time based upon their internal dynamics. Take a step back to see where changes to the structure may cause conflict.

Cool Water: The Methodology of Family Therapy

Author Salman Rushdie once claimed that "every story is an act of censorship." He meant that the telling of a story involves purposeful exclusions and inclusions of facts and fiction. The job of a good therapist is to combine stories in an effort to lift the censorship and get to the heart of the matter.
 
Family Therapy is a child of the larger field of Psychology, applying decades of theory and experimentation. As Family Therapy has grown into a field of its own, family therapists are afforded a wealth of tactics they may employ in their efforts to help families through censorship to the truth of their situation.

The following list of enduring family therapy concepts has been identified by Nichols and Schwartz in Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods,, 4th ed. (Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1998).

 

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