COUNSELLING CH 14: FAMILY THERAPY

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Postmodern thought has contributed to family therapy by:

Answer:
a)  promoting the therapist’s role as being directive.
b)  introducing the concept of triangulation
c)  minimizing the role of assessment.
d)  developing an individual therapy application of the family systems approach.
e)  promoting the therapist’s view of clients as the experts on their own lives.
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Question: Postmodern thought has contributed to family therapy by:
Answer:
promoting the therapist’s role as being directive.
introducing the concept of triangulation
minimizing the role of assessment.
developing an individual therapy application of the family systems approach.
promoting the therapist’s view of clients as the experts on their own lives.