The Relationship of Two Models of Supervision to Structural Family Therapy Outcome

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This study evaluated the relationship between two supervision models (live or delayed) to structural family therapy outcome. Eighteen families participated in this study for a maximum of ten family therapy sessions. Two indices of change were measured before and after family treatment, resolution or non-resolution of the family's presenting problem, and changes in family structure as measured by the FIAT. The Family Interaction Apperception Technique was used as the pre- and post-treatment measure of family structure. Presenting problem resolution or non-resolution was determined by the family's report and demonstration within the counseling session that the presenting problem was no longer ... continued below

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Ryan, Frank G. (Frank Gerard) August 1982.

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This study evaluated the relationship between two supervision models (live or delayed) to structural family therapy outcome. Eighteen families participated in this study for a maximum of ten family therapy sessions. Two indices of change were measured before and after family treatment, resolution or non-resolution of the family's presenting problem, and changes in family structure as measured by the FIAT. The Family Interaction Apperception Technique was used as the pre- and post-treatment measure of family structure. Presenting problem resolution or non-resolution was determined by the family's report and demonstration within the counseling session that the presenting problem was no longer a family concern. Problem resolution was judged by the case supervisor and reported on the Session and Problem Checklist.

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Ryan, Frank G. (Frank Gerard). The Relationship of Two Models of Supervision to Structural Family Therapy Outcome, dissertation, August 1982; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332055/: accessed May 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .