Family Therapy and Practice: “The things that make a difference”
A systemic theoretical framework lies behind the practice of family therapy. Understanding that theory both in its original normative/causative model and the later, more useful, ‘things get in a mess’/circular model is cru- cial for making a systemic formulation which in turn informs the practice of therapy itself. The workshop will not be confined to the use of family therapy with eating disorders and will be of benefit to practitioners in a wide range of mental health contexts.
There are many ways a systemic understanding […]