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Title: Up close : family therapy challenges and innovations around the world
Authors: Roberts, J
Abu-Baker, K
Diez Fernández, C
Chong Garcia, N
Fredman, G
Kamya, H
Martín Higarza, Y
Fortes de Leff, J
Messent, P
Nakamura, SI
Torun Reid, F
Sim, T 
Subrahmanian, C
Zevallos Vega, R
Keywords: Couple therapy
Family therapy
International family therapy
Social work and families
Issue Date: 2014
Source: Family process, 2014, v. 53, no. 3, p. 544-576 How to cite?
Journal: Family Process 
Abstract: Family therapists from 10 different countries (China, India, Israel including Palestinian citizens, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Turkey, Uganda, and the United Kingdom) describe systemic therapy in their contexts and current innovative work and challenges. They highlight the importance of family therapy continuing to cut across disciplines, the power of systems ideas in widely diverse settings and institutions (such as courts, HIV projects, working with people forced into exile), extensive new mental health initiatives (such as in Turkey and India), as well as the range of family therapy journals available (four alone in Spain). Many family therapy groups are collaborating across organizations (especially in Asia) and the article presents other ideas for connections such as a clearing house to inexpensively translate family therapy articles into other languages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/23557
ISSN: 0014-7370
DOI: 10.1111/famp.12093
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