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This is the first book to show therapists how to tailor their treatment plans and how to look at factors such as the impact of work and culture on a family's environment during the counseling process. The authors believe that without new approaches, counselors will continue to provide hit or miss interventions.
PART I: CHALLENGING TREATMENT ISSUES. 1. Family Therapy in the 21st Century: New Strategies for a Changing Environment. 2. The Workplace and Its Impact on Today's Family: Realities and Possibilities. 3. Theories of Family Therapy: Goals, Treatment Process, and Techniques. 4. Integrative Treatment with Couples and Families: The Basis of Treatment Efficacy. PART II: TAILORING TREATMENT WITH COUPLES AND FAMILIES. 5. Tailoring Treatment with Couples and Families: Models and Protocols for Tailoring and Matching. 6. Tailoring Treatment: The Significance of Culture. 7. Tailoring Treatment: Families Under Stress. 8. Tailoring Treatment: Work-Family Concerns. 9. Treatment Adherence and Relapse Prevention. 10. Epilogue. Index.