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Running head: STRUCTURAL AND STRATEGIC FAMILY THERAPY 1 Compare Structural Family Therapy to Strategic Family Therapy Student Name Professor’s Name Course Date
STRUCTURAL AND STRATEGIC FAMILY THERAPY 2 Structural and Strategic Family Therapy Introduction Family therapy refers to a type of psychotherapy treatment offered by either a medical officer, psychiatrist, or authorized officer. The psychotherapy treatment can help members of a particular family settle disputes and improve interaction (Herkov, 2016). structural family therapy is defined as a subset found within a family within family therapy that considers the entire family as a single unit; thus, it focuses on creating healthier and more effective behavior patterns in a family. On the other hand, strategic family therapy refers to specific psychotherapy that focuses on enabling changes in behaviors, thus minimizing dysfunctionality in a family unit while triggering communication rapport. Regarding family therapy, this paper focuses on addressing both structural family therapy and strategic family therapy. Additionally, it will examine the correlation between the two therapy and portray a sample family map. Lastly, it will suggest a particular treatment for the given plan.

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