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Authors: Jordan, Karin (George Fox University) 
Book Description:
This outstanding new book is intended to help systems practitioners keep abreast of how to do assessments of the couple, the family, the family sub-system and individual couple/family member(s). It is designed to assist both systemic practitioners and graduate students being trained in systems therapy. The chapters of this book are most relevant to practitioners in their work with couples, families, (system as a whole, subsystems and individual couple and family members) with a variety of presenting problems. The chapter topics were chosen by surveying the field of systematic therapy and then focusing on those topics that are currently in the forefront. The underlying philosophy of the book is that due to the current demands for time and cost effective therapy, providing quality therapy for today’s evolving diverse couples and families is no longer enough. Therefore, today’s systems practitioners need to be knowledgeable about how to assess couples and families and guide the goal setting and treatment approach.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1 - Couple and Family Assessment: An Overview; pp. 1-14
(Karin Jordan)

Chapter 2 - Managed Care and Assessment Instruments: Some Introductory Comments; pp. 15-20
(Tracy Todd)

Chapter 3 - Therapeutic Family Assessment : A Systems Approach;
pp. 21-48
(Robert W. Heffer, Mariella M. Lane and Douglas K. Snyder)

Chapter 4 - Assessing Couples: Procedures, Tools and Benefits;
pp. 49-66
(Mark Odell)

Chapter 5 - A Developmental-Family Systems Approach to the Assessment of Adolescents; pp. 67-108
(Robert W. Heffer and Daniel L. Oxman)

Chapter 6 - Assessment of Older Adults and Their Families;
pp. 109-128
(Sara H. Qualls and Daniel L. Segan)

Chapter 7 - Assessment of Infidelity; pp. 129-146
(Tina Pittman Wagers)

Chapter 8 - Divorce Assessment Becomes Intervention; pp. 147-166
(Pat Hudson)

Chapter 9 - Assessing Parenting Capabilities; pp. 167-186
(Chelsea T. Wolf and John J. Peregoy)

Chapter 10 - Partner Violence Assessment; pp. 187-202
(Sandra M. Stith, Carrie Penn, David Ward and Dari Tritt)

Chapter 11 - Child Sexual Abuse Assessment: The Tri-Modal Interview Protocol; pp. 203-220
(Linda E. Homeyer and Daniel S. Sweeney)

Chapter 12 - Family Assessment of Drug and Alcohol Problems;
pp. 221-240
(Linda Chamberlain and Cynthia L. Jew)

Chapter 13 - Multi-Culturally Sensitive and Aware Couple and Family Assessment and Testing; pp. 241-258
(Karin Jordan and Jesse Brinson)

Chapter 14 - Multi-Family Group Intervention and Assessment: Issues and Strategies; pp. 259-274
(Willian H. Quinn)

Chapter 15 - Ethical and Legal Issues in Marital and Family Assessment; pp. 275-291
(Michael J. Strazi and Patricia W. Stevens)

Index.

   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 978-1-62808-414-6
  
  
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