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Family Therapies
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Table of Contents

Preface

Part I: Foundational Considerations
1. A Christian Understanding for Family Therapy
2. Historical Foundations of Family Therapy

Part II: Models of Family Therapy
3. Bowenian Family Therapy
4. Strategic Family Therapy
5. Structural Family Therapy
6. Psychodynamic Family Therapy
7. Contextual Family Therapy
8. Experiential Family Therapy
9.. Solution-Focused Family Therapy
10. Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapy
11. Narrative Family Therapy
12. Toward an Integrative Christian Family Therapy

Part III: Integration of Family Theory with Critical Issues in Psychotherapy
13. Crisis and Trauma
14. Attending to Marital Conflict
15. Separation, Divorce, and Remarriage
16. Individual Psychopathology
17. Substance Abuse
18. Gender, Culture, Economic Class, and Race
19. Cohabiting Couples and Families: Christian Counseling's New Reality
20. LGBT+ Couples and Families

Part IV: Casting a Vision
21. Conclusion: Casting a Vision for Christian Family Therapy

Author Index
Subject Index

About the Author

Mark A. Yarhouse is the Hughes Endowed Chair and professor of psychology at Regent University where he directs the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity and is a core faculty member in the doctoral program in clinical psychology. A licensed clinical psychologist, he practices privately in the Virginia Beach area. He is the author of many works, including Understanding Gender Dysphoria. James N. Sells is professor of counseling and director of the PhD program in counselor education and supervision at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He is also a licensed psychologist.

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In Family Therapies, Yarhouse and Sells provide an important resource for Christian scholars and therapists. The first two sections provide a thoughtful foundation and Christian critique of existing therapy models, reminiscent of what Stanton L. Jones and Richard E. Butman accomplished in their classic book, Modern Psychotherapies, but with a focus on models of family therapy. The third section, which could have been a book on its own, looks at contemporary issues in relation to a Christian perspective on family therapy. The final section casts a vision for an integrative model of family therapy. This is a significant book that will help shape the training and practice of Christian therapists.

--Mark R. McMinn, Ph.D., ABPP, professor of psychology, George Fox University, an`d coauthor of Integrative Psychotherapy

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