Structural Family Therapy does not list an array of interventions but rather does what?
It focuses on the symptoms that are viewed as a problem within the family structure
How is Structural Family Therapy different from traditional approaches?
Traditional approaches prescribe supportive listening whereas the SF therapist will provoke family members to interact and speak about problems, point out harmful transactions, uncover dysfunctional behaviors while also looking at growth and positive behaviors.
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