American Journal of Family Therapy


American Journal of Family Therapy


S. Richard Sauber, Ph.D., USA

Publication Details:
Volume 30, 2002, 5 issues per year
ISSN 0192-6187
Online ISSN 1521-0383

Aims and Scope:

The American Journal of Family Therapy continues to be the
incisive, authoritative, independent voice in an ever-
changing field. You will find the latest techniques for
treating families theory on normal and dysfunctional
family relationships research on sexuality and intimacy
the effects of traditional and alternative family styles
community approaches to family intervention and more.

The journal is home to a number of regular sections that
have long enhanced our multidimensional coverage and
interest, including:

Family Measurement Techniques
Family Behavioral Medicine and Health
Family Law Issues in Family Therapy Practice
Continuing Education and Training
Book and Media Reviews
Journal File
International Department.


Marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists,
psychologists, allied health and mental health
practitioners, counselors, clinical social workers,
physicians, nurses, clergy practitioners.

ISSN 0192-6187

Jane Dawson

Original posting date: 
Monday, July 15, 2002
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