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An integrated approach to family therapy training for psychiatric residents.

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An integrated approach to family therapy training for psychiatric residents.

Auteurs : H. Guttman [Canada] ; R. Feldman ; S. Braverman

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Unlike nonmedical family therapists, psychiatric family therapists are able to evaluate and treat both the biological and psychosocial components of a problem. They can integrate knowledge of biology, psychopharmacology and individual psychodynamics with family systems theory and family therapy skills. A family therapy training program is presented as a model which prepares psychiatric residents for this unique role. This model emphasizes the importance of having psychiatrists as family therapy teachers, the use of both systems and psychodynamic perspectives in teaching about families, and the principle of presenting concepts and interventive techniques at successively greater levels of difficulty. Illustrative examples are presented. A minimum of two years of family therapy training and supervision is recommended during a four year residency program.

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