Contents include the latest techniques for assessing and treating couples and families, and issues and research on a variety of topics. Appeals to a wide readership, including marriage and family therapists, family counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, allied health practitioners, professional counselors, clinical social workers, clergy, physicians, and nurses.
Publishes relevant, innovative and original articles on the theory, research, teaching and practice of family therapy. As a professional journal we aim to further the discipline of family therapy in Australia and New Zealand.
A multi-dimensional source for contemporary applied research addressing the needs of children, adults, and their families, as well as practitioners and researchers. This peer reviewed/peer refereed journal offers original research, examples, and behavioral procedures for practitioners and educators.
This journal presents the latest developments in theory, research and practice pertaining to family therapy, with an emphasis on examining families within their broader socio-economic and ethnic matrices .
Family Science Review is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Family Science Association. We publish scholarly articles that focus on family research, theory, policy and education. Articles with implications for strengthening all family types, including diverse families, are strongly encouraged.
It advances the understanding and treatment of human relationships constituted in systems such as couples, families, professional networks, and wider groups, by publishing articles on theory, research, clinical practice and training.
Provides an international forum to further explore the relationship between feminist theory and family therapy theory and practice. The journal presents thought provoking and insightful theoretical articles and empirical research related to feminism and/or gender, culture, power, oppression and their intersection.