Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy Supervision by Karin Jordan PhD

By Karin Jordan PhD

Marriage and relatives treatment (MFT) is a career that's anticipated to develop speedily over the following 10 years. This well timed textual content presents the essentialknowledge base for all elements of supervision in MFT which are required to develop into an AAMFT-Approved manager. The booklet focuses in particular on thedistinctive version of supervision utilized in MFT and extra examines the original supervisory matters bobbing up inside of assorted ways to the profession.Distinguished through its use of a unmarried case instance throughout chapters to aid make clear how diverse theories diverge and overlap, the ebook embraces the fullrange of theoretical methods, as well as that includes a “nuts-and-bolts” method of the daily basics of MFT supervision.

Grounded within the newest literature, the textual content discusses tools and problems with MFT supervision inside of multigenerational, structural, cognitivebehavioral, narrative, feminist, integrative, short, and different supervision versions. The textual content additionally surveys an important and rising settings andpopulations during which marriage and relatives therapists paintings, together with scientific and postdisaster trauma-informed practices. It covers felony and moral issuesand discusses how tradition, gender, and ethnicity has to be thought of through the supervision technique. The textual content additionally addresses find out how to tailor supervision tothe supervisee’s developmental point. Examples of universal supervision dilemmas vividly exhibit foundational ideas. With contributions from leadingmarriage and kinfolk remedy educators and skilled supervisors, the textual content is designed for therapists at either the master’s and doctoral degrees who seekthe authorized manager Credential and for MFT college who educate the AAMFT supervision path.

KEY beneficial properties:

  • Meets the training standards for AAMFT-mandated classes resulting in certification as an authorized supervisor
  • Covers the basics of supervision within the systemic context that lie on the middle of marriage and kin therapy
  • Covers supervision within the significant ways to MFT, together with cognitive behavioral, short, narrative, structural, and different orientations
  • presents an illustrative case learn throughout all supervision versions to illustrate the distinctiveness and similarities of every approach
  • contains assurance of significant populations and settings for MFT, equivalent to clinical and postdisaster

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