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A psychosocial kinship model for family therapy
Am J Psychiatry 1975;132:1246-1251.
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Family therapy has traditionally centered on the nuclear family and thus has been typically oriented toward urban white middle-class families. A variety of modifications in therapeutic technique has evolved for work with the many modern families whose structure consists of a functional psychosocial family kinship. The authors have developed a formal theoretical framework and model for family therapy that encompasses the total psychosocial network, i.e., the extended kinships of the nuclear family and the functional kin such as friends, neighbors, and associates.

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