The Couple, Marriage, and Family Practitioner

SPRINGER PUBLISHING COMPANYISBN: 9780826187741

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Author: Stephen V. Flynn
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522

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Stephen V. Flynn, PhD, LPC, LMFT-S, NCC, ACS, earned his MA degree from Rowan University and his PhD from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Flynn is a professor of counselor education, a research fellow, the founding director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program, and Play Therapy program coordinator at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Foreword Preface Acknowledgements PART I. INTRODUCTION AND PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION Chapter 1. The Professional Identity of Couple, Marriage, and Family Practitioners Chapter 2. Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy PART II. UNDERSTANDING AND INTEGRATING SKILLS Chapter 3. The Theories that Influence Systemic Practice Chapter 4. The Integration of Foundational Counseling and Systemic Skills PART III. CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND INTERVENTIONS Chapter 5. Racism, Discrimination, and Underrepresented Families Chapter 6. Contemporary Issues in Couple and Marriage Therapy Chapter 7. Couple and Marriage Therapy Skills and Interventions Chapter 8. Contemporary Issues in Family Therapy Chapter 9. Family Therapy Skills and Interventions Chapter 10. Contemporary Issues and Skills in Youth-Based Therapy Index

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