Book Reviews of The Power of the Family: Mastering the Hidden Dance of Family Relationships

The Power of the Family: Mastering the Hidden Dance of Family Relationships
The Power of the Family Mastering the Hidden Dance of Family Relationships
Author: Michael P. Nichols
ISBN-13: 9780671644086
ISBN-10: 0671644084
Publication Date: 9/1988
Pages: 464
Rating:
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3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Simon Schuster Books
Book Type: Paperback
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"A family therapist's guide to how families work, how they get stuck, and how to turn predictable dilemmas into creative living." Book is designed for therapists. Covers many areas including acting out children, parental depression, divorce, step-parenting, over-involved mom/peripheral father, teenagers, etc. I doubt non-therapists would be interested or find help in the book. It's been awhile since I ready the book as I changed my specialty to another therapy area. However, I do recall that some of the info was pertinent and helpful as a family therapist.
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familt issues: courtship, marriage, sibling rivalry, 2 paycheck families, affairs, divorce, children's rebellion, etc.