Continued Evolution of Family Therapy: The Last Twenty Years
Author: Kaslow F.W.
Source: Contemporary Family Therapy, Volume 22, Number 4, December 2000 , pp. 357-386(30)
There have been numerous accounts of the history and major trends and issues in family therapy during the field's first three decades in the literature (see for example: Broderick & Shrader, 1981; Framo, 1972; Guerin, 1976; Kaslow, 1973, 1977, 1980; Nichols, 1986, 1999 for some varied depictions, written from each respective author's unique lens). Viewed as a set, packaged with different, yet interrelated contents, they offer a multihued portrait of the emerging field during its infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Now it is time to move on and look at the adulthood era as it has unfolded.
Document Type: Regular paper
Affiliations: 1: Florida Couples and Family Institute, 128 Windward Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418. Duke University Medical Center. Florida Institute of Technology. American Board of Family Psychology. International Academy of Family Psychologists
Publication date: 2000-12-01