Marriage and family counseling: perspective and prospect. Edited by James A. Peterson.

; American Association of Marriage Counselors
New York, Association Press [1968] .

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Other Authors Peterson, James Alfred
American Association of Marriage Counselors.
Subjects Marriage counseling
Description 188 p. illus. 21 cm.
Notes Revision of papers presented at a meeting in Washington, D.C., during Oct. 1967, "commemorating the 25th anniversary of the American Association of Marriage Counselors."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The changing practice of marriage counseling; an introduction, by G. Leslie.--Status of research about marriage and the family, by R. Hill.--Present demographic trends and structural outcomes in family life today, by J. Bernard.--An illustrative look at the history of pre-marital counseling, by A. L. Rutledge.--Marriage counseling: past, present, and future, by J. A. Peterson.--The emergence of family psychotherapy: a personal account, by N. Ackerman.--The impact of the development of marriage counseling on the traditional and related professions, by A. H. Mudd.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00259683
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