Depression in the Family
Routledge – 1987 – 206 pages
A state-of-the-art survey of thinking regarding the treatment of depression within the family context, Depression in the Family emphasizes the integration of concepts regarding interpersonal process with those regarding family interaction. This volume synthesizes three major areas of scholarly and clinical focus: depression, family intervention, and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. Contributors include internationally respected experts knowledgeable about family-centered treatment of depression. This book is destined to be a key reference in psychotherapy in the treatment of depression.