Synthesizing the diverse body of perspectives and approaches to family problem solving covered in research and clinical work, Samuel Vuchinich assesses the implications of research on problem solving for family-based prevention and intervention programmes. He explores family conflicts, the nature of family problems, problems across the life cycle, and social constructions.
Introducing Family Problem Solving
The Origins of a Science of Family Problem Solving
Family Problem Solving Comes of Age
Families, Problems, and Solutions
The Rational Model and Beyond
Applications in Family Problem Solving
Recent Advances in Family Problem Solving