Assessment of Couples and Families: Contemporary and Cutting-edge Strategies
Assessment of Couples and Families considers the impact of recent changes on the assessment process and provide practitioners with a review of contemporary techniques and the means by which they can be implemented into practice in conjunction with new reporting inventories and observational methods. These new assessment strategies will be presented collaterally with case material that addresses a specific problem, such as family violence or marital suitability. This unique problem focus will provide practitioners with a handy point of reference to acquaint themselves with modern practice techniques that address issues new to the therapy session while providing a supplement to coursework on assessment.
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Assessment of Couples and Families An Introduction and Overview
Models and Issues in Couple and Family Assessment
Qualitative Strategies in Couple and Family Assessment
Effective Use of Psychological Tests with Couples and Families
Observational Assessment of Couples and Families
Clinical Outcomes Assessment of Couples and Families
Couples Assessment Strategies and Inventories
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Assessment of Couples and Families: Contemporary and Cutting-Edge Strategies
Gedeeltelijke weergave - 2004
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