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Family therapy
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Notable therapists

Psychoeducation as an aspect of most approaches to family therapy.

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There are a number of resources published to help families understand themselves and the issues they face. These include: John Cleese and Robyn Skinner (1993) Families and How to Survive Them. Vermillion. ISBN 0749314109

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