Structural and Strategic family therapy models
- Course Text: Wetchler, J. L., & Hecker, L. L., & (Eds.). (2015). An introduction to marriage and family therapy. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
- Chapter 4, “Structural Family Therapy” (pp. 119-154)
- Chapter 5, “Strategic Family Therapy” (pp. 155-181)
- Chapter 6, “Milan Systemic Therapy” (pp. 182-205
To prepare for this Discussion:
- Review this week’s Learning Resources.
- Consider the similarities and differences among the structural family therapy model, strategic family therapy model, and Milan systemic therapy model.
- Reflect on your personal counseling philosophy and how these theories may support or challenge it.
With these thoughts in mind:
Post by Day 4 a comparison of two therapy models, noting their similarities and differences. Describe under what circumstances you might apply each of the models and identify their strengths and limitations.
Solution PreviewThe structural family therapy is a method that is used to evaluate the challenges in the progress of a family. It addresses patterns that create problems in the functioning of a family (Wetchler and Hecker, 119). The strategic family therapy is responsible…