Computers and Family Therapy

Computers and Family Therapy

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Providing concrete, sensible guidance, this comprehensive book focuses on valuable suggestions for therapists on how to get the maximum benefit from computers in their practice with families. In addition to a history and conceptual overview of the role of computers in marriage and family therapy, highly skilled professionals address database management of clinics, computer-assisted assessment, family-oriented inventories and analysis instruments, as well as the applications of microcomputers to family systems and their use in teaching systems psychotherapy.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 200 pages
  • 160.02 x 236.22 x 20.32mm | 476.27g
  • Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 086656375X
  • 9780866563758

Table of contents

Contents Preface

Computers and Family Therapy: An Introduction
Computers, Family Empowerment, and the Psychotherapist: Conceptual Overview and Outlook
Barriers to Practitioners' Use of Information Technology Utilization: A Discussion and Results of a Study
The Use of Computers in Marital and Family Therapy
A Computer Data Based Management System for a Family Therapy Clinic
Computer-Aided Assessment: Design Considerations
Microcomputers for Couple and Family Assessment: ENRICH and Other Inventories
MATESIM: Computer Assisted Marriage Analysis for Family Therapists
The Multiple Vantage Profile: A Computerized Assessment of Social Organization in Family Therapy
Knowledge Utilization and Decision Support Systems in Family Therapy
The Application of Computer Technology to Behavioral Marital Therapy
Teaching Systems Psychotherapy With Micro-Computers: A Creative Approach
Computers and Family Therapy: An Epilogue
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