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MEDICAL FAMILY THERAPY AND INTEGRATED CARE
Susan H. McDaniel, William J. Doherty, and Jeri Hepworth
In this thorough revision and update of their classic text, the authors describe the impact of
recent economic and structural changes in health care on the role of the medical family therapist.
They describe how medical and mental health providers can learn to speak the same language,
whether they collaborate in outpatient therapy, co-location settings, community health centers,
or fully-integrated health systems. They also take into account exciting new advances in fertility
treatments and genomic medicine, and assess the medical family therapist’s role in navigating the
unique conflicts that can arise in families dealing with these and similar issues. 2014. 368 pages.
List: $69.95 | APA Member/Affiliate: $49.95 | ISBN 978-1-4338-1518-8 | Item 4317314
Chapter 1. An Overview of Medical Family Therapy
Chapter 2. Clinical Strategies for Medical Family Therapy
Chapter 3. Collaboration With Other Health Professionals
Chapter 4. The Shared Emotional Themes of Illness
Chapter 5. The Self of the Medical Family Therapist
Chapter 6. Community Engagement
Chapter 7. Health Behaviors That Harm
Chapter 8. Couples and Illness
Chapter 9. Pregnancy Loss, Infertility, and the Reproductive Technologies
Chapter 10. Medical Family Therapy With Children
Chapter 11. Somatizing Patients and Their Families
Chapter 12. The Experience of Genomic Medicine: A New Frontier
Chapter 13. Caregiving, End of Life Care, and Loss
Chapter 14. How Medical Family Therapists Can Contribute to Health Care Transformation
Appendix. Profiles of Medical Family Therapists in Practice
Families to Meet the
Challenges of Aging
Sara Honn Qualls and
Ashley A. Williams
“Qualls and Williams have put together
a book that should be on the shelf of
every clinician who works with families
providings assistance to frail care recipients.”
2013. 280 pages. Hardcover.
List: $69.95 | APA Member/Affiliate: $49.95
ISBN 978-1-4338-1214-9 | Item 4317295
Guidance for Assessment and
Christopher L. Hunter,
Jeffrey L. Goodie, Mark S. Oordt,
and Anne C. Dobmeyer
2009. 291 pages. Hardcover.
List: $79.95 | APA Member/Affiliate: $49.95
ISBN 978-1-4338-0428-1 | Item 4317177
Nancy Breen Ruddy, Dorothy A.
Borresen, and William B. Gunn, Jr.
2008. 266 pages. Hardcover.
• Series: Division 42: Psychologists in
List: $39.95 | APA Member/Affiliate: $29.95
ISBN 978-1-4338-0338-3 | Item 4317152