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any of several therapeutic approaches in which a family is treated as a whole

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Family systems theory views partner violence as an ongoing interaction pattern resistant to change.
With Family Systems Theory in mind, courts in TPR proceedings need
EST complements family systems theory well because family systems theory focuses on the family (or, in our translated model, the school), whereas EST focuses on the broader systems that influence the student and school (or, in our model, the community, neighborhood, and societal contexts).
Family systems theory (Minuchin, 1974) also suggests that the relationship between components of the family system influence relationships within the rest of the family.
Family systems theory and I will leave her the last word.
Psychopathologists and psychotherapists from the US and Canada address a variety of treatment approaches, including dialectical behavior therapy, psychodynamic theory, interpersonal theory, relational theory, couples and family systems theory, integrative theory, and the unified approach, with a theoretical framework, methods, and clinical examples presented in each chapter.
Family oriented clinicians and researchers have drawn on the burgeoning interest in family systems theory .
Using Bowen's family systems theory, the authors proposed that an individual's level of spiritual development and level of differentiation are correlated and that certain spiritual practices are predictive of both of these levels.
In the graduate program, she teaches courses in family systems theory and nursing theory that can be taken by traditional graduate nursing students, RN-MS students, honors undergraduate students, and second-degree students.
This paper discusses the ways in which these may be identified and treated using a combination of Heart-Centered Techniques with Object Relations Theory and Family Systems Theory.
Family systems theory supports the importance of family relationships and providing services within the family context (Collins, Jordan, & Coleman, 2007).
Family systems theory focuses on family behavior and includes interconnected members and their influences on one another (Christian, 2007).
The authors present a rationale for incorporating service-learning projects into courses that teach family systems theory.
95) is a practical tool for a deeper analysis of the congregation as system, based on sound insights from family systems theory.