Systemic Treatment Of Incest
Systemic Treatment of Incest is the first book to take as its primary focus the treatment of incest families. The authors, who have spent a total of 25 years working with incest families, believe that therapy can succeed in halting the abuse without dissolving the family unit. The volume’s three sections are based on the authors’ three stages of therapy: creating a context for change; challenging behaviors, expanding alternatives; and consolidation.
First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
- 1990 Terry S. Trepper and Mary Jo Barrett
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