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Family therapies : a comprehensive Christian appraisal / Mark A. Yarhouse and James N. Sells.

By: Yarhouse, Mark A, 1968- [author.].
Contributor(s): Sells, James Nathan, 1958- [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Downers Grove, IL : IVP Academic, an imprint of Intervarsity Press, [2017]Edition: Second edition.Description: xiii, 551 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780830828548; 0830828540.Subject(s): Family psychotherapy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Psychology and religion | Family Therapy | Christianity | Religion and PsychologyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Family therapiesDDC classification: 616.89/156
Contents:
Part 1: Foundational Considerations -- 1. A Christian understanding for family therapy -- 2. Historical foundations of family therapy -- Part 2: Models Of Family Therapy -- 3. Bowenian family therapy -- 4. Strategic family therapy -- 5. Structural family therapy -- 6. Psychodynamic family therapy -- 7. Contextual family therapy -- 8. Experiential family therapy -- 9. Solution-focused family therapy -- 10. Cognitive-behavioral family therapy -- 11. Narrative family therapy -- 12. Toward an integrative Christian family therapy -- Part 3: Integration Of Family Theory With Critical Issues In Psychotherapy -- 13. Crisis and trauma -- 14. Attending to marital conflict -- 15. Separation, divorce, and remarriage -- 16. Individual psychotherapy -- 17. Substance abuse -- 18. Gender, culture, economic class, and race -- 19. Cohabiting couples and families: Christian counseling's new reality -- 20. LGBT+ couples and families -- Part 4: Casting A Vision -- 21. Conclusion: Casting a vision for Christian family therapy.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Part 1: Foundational Considerations -- 1. A Christian understanding for family therapy -- 2. Historical foundations of family therapy -- Part 2: Models Of Family Therapy -- 3. Bowenian family therapy -- 4. Strategic family therapy -- 5. Structural family therapy -- 6. Psychodynamic family therapy -- 7. Contextual family therapy -- 8. Experiential family therapy -- 9. Solution-focused family therapy -- 10. Cognitive-behavioral family therapy -- 11. Narrative family therapy -- 12. Toward an integrative Christian family therapy -- Part 3: Integration Of Family Theory With Critical Issues In Psychotherapy -- 13. Crisis and trauma -- 14. Attending to marital conflict -- 15. Separation, divorce, and remarriage -- 16. Individual psychotherapy -- 17. Substance abuse -- 18. Gender, culture, economic class, and race -- 19. Cohabiting couples and families: Christian counseling's new reality -- 20. LGBT+ couples and families -- Part 4: Casting A Vision -- 21. Conclusion: Casting a vision for Christian family therapy.

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