The American Journal of Family Therapy continues to be the incisive, authoritative, independent voice in an ever-changing field.
Contents include the latest techniques for assessing and treating couples and families, and issues and research on a variety of topics, including:
- normal and dysfunctional family relationships
- sexuality, intimacy, divorce, and premarital counseling
- traditional and alternative family styles and parenting styles
- family measurement techniques
- family legal issues
- school and community approaches to family intervention
- child and family custody evaluations
- couple and family therapy training and continuing education
- family spirituality and religious issues
- medical family therapy and family behavioral medicine
- family therapy in integrated primary care
- evidence based practice in family therapy
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