Integrative Problem-Centered Therapy: A Synthesis of Family, Individual, and Biological Therapies


In this innovative book, William M. Pinsof provides a comprehensive framework for the responsible, cost-effective, and creative conduct of psychotherapy in the face of these challenges, Integrative Problem-Centered Therapy lays out a clear structure for combining the major theories and techniques from family therapy, individual therapy, and biological psychiatry. This structure rests on systems theory and attempts to build on the healthy resources within individuals and families, giving guidelines for what to do when and with whom.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1995


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