Measurement, Classification, and Prediction of Paradigm Adherence of Marriage and Family TherapistsAmerican Journal of Family Therapy (2000)
Assesses the theoretical perspectives of marriage and family counselors (N=204). Results show that 43.6% of participants primarily adhere to the systems paradigm; 42.2% practice from a combination of paradigms; while the social constructionism is used by 13.7%. Predictor variables included the current of most recent supervisor's preferred paradigm, therapist gender, and years of clinical experience.
Publication DateJanuary 10, 2000
Citation InformationTherese J. Booth and R. Rocco Cottone. "Measurement, Classification, and Prediction of Paradigm Adherence of Marriage and Family Therapists" American Journal of Family Therapy Vol. 28 Iss. 4 (2000) p. 329 - 346
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