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family therapy

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(Psychiatry) a form of psychotherapy in which the members of a family participate, with the aim of improving communications between them and the ways in which they relate to each other
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Noun1.family therapy - any of several therapeutic approaches in which a family is treated as a whole
group psychotherapy, group therapy - psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapist; interactions among the members are considered to be therapeutic
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Mourners gathered outside Wheaton Warrenville South High School to hear speakers including Lauren Carr of Carol Stream, a survivor of the 2008 NIU mass shooting in which her friend Gayle Dubowski was killed, and Joe Dubowski of Carol Stream, Gayle's father and now a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in grief counseling.
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If a patient's main challenge is nutritional issues or family stress, for example, the nutritionist or the family therapist might be the best one to lead that visit and coordinate care.
Minuchin, a family therapist, author, and teacher who developed structural family therapy and co-founded family therapy, and coauthors Reiter and Borda, teach therapists basic family therapy skills.
She was a licensed marital and family therapist, who was in private practice in Sterling for 35 years.
They need a family therapist who will be able to convince both sides that in a marriage there are three bodies: those of the couple and the corporate body of the family.
Atwood and Gallo, who are marriage and family therapists, bring together contributions by a group of family therapists, sociologists, psychologists, and family studies scholars from the US who discuss the effects of chronic illness on family members and the importance of a family therapist in the team.
As a family therapist, I am all for educating one's child and parents about the mind.