Couple, group, and family therapies are usually viewed as three completely different disciplines. In fact, they have much in common. Couple, Family and Group Work reveals the similarities and the real differences among these topics. Employing real-life examples of therapy sessions involving more than one patient, it bridges the gap between psychodynamic and group system approaches and shows one-on-one counselors and therapists how to work with various types of groups.
Hugh Crago is Co-Editor of The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, and Senior Lecturer in Counselling at the University of Western Sydney. He studied English at the University of New England and Oxford, and subsequently Counselling Psychology at Antioch University in the US. He is the author of two previous books.