Strategic Family Therapy

Strategic Family Therapy

Strategic therapy describes one of the major models of both family and brief psychotherapy. It was inspired by the work of Milton Erickson, MD and Don Jackson, MD and has been associated with (but not limited to) the work of Jay Haley and Cloe Madanes (founders of Family Therapy Institute of Washington, DC in 1976), with that of the Brief Therapy Team] at the Mental Research Institute (John Weakland, Dick Fisch, and Paul Watzlawick), with the Milan School of Family Therapy, and with the work of Giorgio Nardone.

See also

* Family therapy

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