Chapter 7: Adaptations for different family groups

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Griffiths, M., Holmes, S. and Burbach, F. 2021. Chapter 7: Adaptations for different family groups. in: Allen, J. and Livingstone, S. (ed.) Family Interventions in Psychosis: Guidelines for Psychologists and Practitioners Supporting Families and Social Networks Leicester The British Psychological Society. pp. 54-66
AuthorsGriffiths, M., Holmes, S. and Burbach, F.
EditorsAllen, J. and Livingstone, S.
Abstract

KEY POINTS
- Family interventions can support a variety of different family groupings.
• Different considerations are needed for different groupings.
• Work to support those not in the room and the importance of supporting the welfare of
children involved is important.
• Consider remote sessions via videolink when face to face sessions are not appropriate or to
facilitate engagement of geographically dispersed families.

KeywordsFamily interventions; Psychosis; Family groupings
Page range54-66
Year2021
Book titleFamily Interventions in Psychosis: Guidelines for Psychologists and Practitioners Supporting Families and Social Networks
PublisherThe British Psychological Society
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationLeicester
ISBN9781854337948
Publication dates
Print01 Jun 2021
Publication process dates
Deposited28 Feb 2024
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.53841/bpsrep.2021.rep151
Official URLhttps://explore.bps.org.uk/content/report-guideline/bpsrep.2021.rep151
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