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`Roger Lowe achieves the almost impossible task of bringing together various theories, techniques and case examples in clear and accessible ways. Readers of all disciplines, from front-line hard-pressed practitioners to students on therapy and social work courses, will be grateful for the simple and, above all, useful way he tackles the burning questions that arise in working with the family group. Highly recommended!' - Harvey Ratner, Brief Therapy Practice, London
The book offers students an overview of various theoretical approaches to working with families with the author also providing his professional perspective on each approach.
Through the use of previous case work the writer simplifies many complex constructs and thus makes the content of the book easy to relate to and understanding for novice practitioners.
This book offers a great perspective on family therapy drawing on a solution focussed model. The book offers the reader a good insight and understanding of how this works in practice.
Provides a good overview of some of the concepts relating to Family Therapy
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