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Family therapy

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Family therapy (also called family counseling, family systems therapy, marriage and family therapy, couple and family therapy) is a branch of psychology that works with families and couples in relationships to help change and development. [1]


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  1. Szapocznik, José; Schwartz, Seth J.; Muir, Joan A.; Brown, C. Hendricks (June 2012). "Brief Strategic Family Therapy: An Intervention to Reduce Adolescent Risk Behavior". Couple and Family Psychology. 1 (2): 134–145. doi:10.1037/a0029002. ISSN 2160-4096. PMC 3737065. PMID 23936750.