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A Guide to Extended-family Therapy

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In-laws: A Guide to Extended-family Therapy by Gloria Call Horsley
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This practical manual traces the development of healthy and unhealthy in-law relationships and examines common sources of in-law problems, including conflicting family loyalties, socio-cultural differences, illness and financial/legal issues. The author, who has treated extended families for over a decade, offers tools for therapists and their clients to use in identifying and resolving problem areas in the in-law relationship.

Table of Contents

Partial table of contents: Providing Therapy to In-Laws. Understanding Family Loyalties. Life- Cycle Changes: How In-Law Relationships Change Through the Aging Process. Therapeutic Interventions: Triangles and Transactional Analysis with In-Laws. Financial and Legal Considerations of the In-Law Relationship. References. Indexes.
Release date NZ
December 21st, 1995
Country of Publication
United States
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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