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Training Residents and Medical Students in Family Psychiatry
- Heru, A. (2006) Family psychiatry: From research to practice. American J of Psychiatry, 163:962-968.
- GAP Committee on the Family, Berman E et al. (2006). Family Skills for General Psychiatry Residents: Meeting ACGME Core Competency Requirements. Academic Psychiatry, 30:1 69-78. View full article
- GAP Committee on the Family, Berman, E et al. (2008) Family Oriented Patient Care Through the Residency Training Cycle. Academic Psychiatry, 32:#2:111-118. View full article
- Heru AM & Drury L. (2006) Overcoming Barriers in Working with Families. Academic Psychiatry 30; 379-384. View full article
- Heru AM & Combrinck-Graham L (2008) The family in psychiatric emergencies, in Emergency Psychiatry: Principles and Practices eds Glick RL., Berlin JS & Zeller SL. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
- Rait, D and Glick, I. A Model for Reintegrating Couples and Family Therapy Training in Psychiatric Residency Programs. Academic Psychiatry Vol 32 #2 March/April 2008.View full article
Josephson A et al. Practice Parameter for the Assessment of the Family AACAP Official Action. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 46:7 July 2007.
Family Therapy Textbooks for mental health professionals working with couples and families
Couples and Families
- Carter, E and McGoldrick, M. The Expanded Family Life Cycle Third Edition. Allyn and Bacon 2005.
- Fife, S. T., Weeks, G., R., & Gambescia, N. (2007). The intersystems approach to treating infidelity. In P. R. Peluso (Ed.) Infidelity: A practitioner's guide to working with couples in crisis. New York: Routledge.
- Johnson, S. & Whiffen, V.(2003). Attachment Processes in Couple and Family Therapy. NY: Guilford.
- Glick I, Berman E et al. (2000) Marital and Family Therapy 4th edition. Washington DC: APPI Press.
- Gopfert M, Webster J, Seeman M. (2004) Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their families. 2nd Ed. Boston: Cambridge Press.
- Keitner, G, Heru, A & Glick, I. (2010) Clinical Manual of Couples and Family Therapy. Washington DC: Guilford Press.
Families and Psychiatric Disorders
- Heru A, Drury L. (2007) Working with Families of Psychiatric Inpatients. John Hopkins University Press.
- Miklowitz, David. (2006) Bipolar Disorder: A Family Focused Approach. second edition. NY: Guilford Press.
- Perlmutter, R. (1996). A Family Approach to Psychiatric Disorders. APPI Press.
- Rolland J. (1994) Families, Illness, and Disability: An Integrative Treatment Model. NY: Basic Books.
- Snyder, D and Whisman, M. (2003) Treating Difficult Couples: Helping clients with coexisting mental and relationship disorders. NY: Guilford Press.
Sex Therapy Textbooks
- Hertlein, K. M., Weeks, G. R., & Gambescia, N. (Eds.) (2009). Systemic sex therapy. New York: Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
- Weeks, G., Gambescia, N., and Jenkins, R. (2003). Treating infidelity: Therapeutic dilemmas and effective strategies. New York: Norton.
- Weeks, G. and Gambescia, N. (2002). Hypoactive sexual desire: Integrating sex and couple therapy. New York: Norton
- Weeks, G. and Gambescia, N. (2000). Erectile dysfunction: Integrating couple therapy, sex therapy, and medical treatment. New York: Norton.
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