Family therapy is a style where cognitive, behavior or interpersonal therapy may be employed. Family therapy views a personís symptoms as taking place in the larger context of the family. Just as a particular department in a business organization may suffer because of the problems in another department, a person with depression may be responding to larger family issues.
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Submitted by: MICHAEL HERKOV, PH.D
Submitted on: 7-Jan-2002