A model of process for interpersonal interaction in marital therapy

Full Title
A model of process for interpersonal interaction in marital therapy
Author
Robert P Huizenga
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to state clearly and concisely a model for marital therapy. I demonstrate that the model is closely associated with personal assumptions , is based on particular theoretical constructs , and can be utilized in interpersonal interaction.

The first chapter lists particular personal assumptions and states the importance of articulating assumptions. Systems theory, which embraces a theory of process, is outlined in Chapter II. Tri-Modal Structuring, with its three modes of interaction, is described in Chapter III. Finally , Chapter IV demonstrates the utilization of the model by presenting a case study of marital therapy.

This paper is an attempt to express in written form what I have attempted to integrate over the past three years. As such, it is an attempt to state in my own words what I have seen, heard, read, experienced and thought regarding therapy. I have attempted to take that which I have encountered and in a brief and simple way, state the coherent principles which become my guide in the maze of interpersonal interaction.
Degree Granting Institution
Country
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Advisor
Robert A Coughenour
Christopher B Kaiser
Language
English
Date
1984
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