By Len Sperry
Evaluation of and households considers the influence of modern alterations at the evaluate approach and supply practitioners with a evaluation of latest concepts and the potential in which they are often carried out into perform along with new reporting inventories and observational tools. those new overview options may be awarded collaterally with case fabric that addresses a selected challenge, corresponding to relatives violence or marital suitability. This specific challenge concentration is going to offer practitioners with a convenient element of connection with acquaint themselves with sleek perform ideas that deal with matters new to the treatment consultation whereas supplying a complement to coursework on overview.
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What predicts divorce? The measures. New York: Erlbaum. Gottman, J. , & Levenson, R. W. (1992). Marital processes predictive of later dissolution: Behavior, physiology, and health. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 63, 221–233. Gray, J. (2001). The Framework for the assessment of children in need and their families. Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review, 6, 4–10. Grotevant, H. D. (1989). The role of theory in guiding family assessment. Journal of Family Psychology, 3, 104–117. Grotevant, H.
Fm Page 23 Thursday, June 3, 2004 2:52 PM MODELS AND ISSUES IN COUPLE AND FAMILY ASSESSMENT 23 review them in any detail, so the reader is referred to excellent books by Fredman and Sherman (1987), Grotevant and Carlson (1989), and Touliatos, Perlmutter, and Straus (1990) for reviews of many of the family measures. Self-report instruments of family functioning (Bray, 1995b) have many benefits. Foremost, self-reports are usually economical; they are easy to collect in a clinic setting and can be administered in repeated sessions to document changes within the family.
H. (1995c). Methodological advances in family psychology. Journal of Family Psychology, 9, 107–109. Bray, J. H. (1999). From marriage to remarriage and beyond: Findings from the Developmental Issues in Stepfamilies Research Project. In E. M. ), Coping with divorce, single-parenting and remarriage: A risk and resiliency perspective (pp. 253–271). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers. Bray, J. , & Frugé, E. F. (2000). Assessment and evaluation of families with HIV/AIDS: Application to prevention and care.