An Integrated Approach to Family Work for Psychosis: A Manual for Family Workers

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The authors, all experienced clinicians, discuss the various core components of family work, including what constitutes family work, when it might be offered, and how and where it might be applied. The authors also look at reframing challenges and overcoming common personal and external barriers to effective family work. The central argument of the book is that family work must be individualized and it offers a clear approach to engaging and working with families to ensure that this happens, including guidance on how to ...

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