One of family therapy's wittiest and most sensible writers uses the
family crisis as a launching point for discussing the entire range
of events that can disrupt marriage and family life. A family
crisis is heralded by symptomatic behavior, such as school phobia,
adolescent rebellion, or depression, that trips up the family in
its developmental path. Pittman show how the therapist can make the
most of these crisis, creatively using whatever is at hand to pull
the family through the chaos.
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