By Diane Doyle Pita
This totally revised and up to date variation of Addictions Counseling is commonly learn by way of expert counselors in addition to ministers, academics, and nurses. themes comprise the counselor's position in restoration, therapy methods, and pattern remedies.
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Setting the scene – 1950s A N I N T R O D U C T I O N T O F A M I LY T H E R A P Y application to brief and family therapy. The cybernetic model together with the basic notions regarding systems, social constructivism, the use of circular questioning and others are only a fragment of the influence generated by Jackson on the majority of the brief and family therapy models. Just like clay that holds together the foundation blocks, Jackson’s contributions continue to be the cohesive element that bounds most of our present systemic approaches – these act as a testimony of the vitality, the courage and the far-sighted vision of Don D.
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Addictions Counseling (Revised and Updated Edition) by Diane Doyle Pita