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Brief Strategic Family Therapy

Description:

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Aims to:

prevent or treat adolescent behavior problems such as drug use, conduct problems, delinquency, sexually risky behavior, aggressive/violent behavior, and association with antisocial peers

improve prosocial behaviors: school attendance/performance

improve family functioning, including effective parental leadership and management, positive parenting, and parental involvement with the child/ peers/school

Typically delivered in 12-16 family sessions but may be delivered in as few as 8 or as many as 24 sessions.

Study Populations:

6-12 (Childhood), 13-17 (Adolescent)

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino

Adaptations: African American, German, Swedish, and White families

Outcomes:

1. Engagement in therapy

2. Conduct problems

3. Socialized aggression (delinquency in the company of peers)

4. Substance use

5. Family functioning

© Doreen A. Cavanaugh, Ph.D. November 12, 2009

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