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The Bouverie information and Assessment Schema (B.I.A.S) has been designed to assist family therapists in the organization of case material. It is intended for use in the review of individual sessions, or of a whole therapy (in Assessment and Termination Summaries), and is thus suitable for case...
This paper reports the perceptions of a group of social work students who undertook an introductory Family Therapy course which had a focus on families of origin.
Symptomatic behavior often appears or is initially perceived during transitional stages in the life cycle when changes in behavior and relationships are culturally appropriate. Symptomatic behavior legitimates lack of change in the relationships of the symptomatic individual and those in his or...
This paper describes a follow‐up study of 40 consecutive whole family admissions. One hundred and forty three families have been admitted over the past three years. The reasons for admission are described as well as some explanation of the factors contributing to the 80% successful outcome based...
This discussion on the use of evaluation research by policy makers was stimulated by Hartin's article Evaluating Marital Therapy (this issue). Problems arise because evaluation research and accountability reporting are often confused, and because evaluation researchers tend to communicate with...
Outcome studies of marital therapy indicating a trend towards more rigorous research are reviewed. The complexities of evaluation require consideration of spontaneous remission, deterioration, values, control groups, duration and type of treatment. Multiple measures of outcome are advocated and...
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