PMID: 590476Dec 1, 1977

Family therapy training for paraprofessionals in a community mental health center

Family Process
I Meyerstein

Abstract

An ecologically oriented family therapy training program is advocated for teaching paraprofessionals to work with high-risk clients in a community mental health setting. The context of training as well as the particular abilities and needs of beginning paraprofessional family therapists are explored in order to design a flexible and effective program in the face of limited resources. This paper describes a variety of educational and supervisory formats such as group supervision, peer supervision, and live supervision. The usefulness of these of different models in facilitating skill development and growth in paraprofessionals is evaluated. Recommendations are made to trainers concerning problems encountered in teaching paraprofessionals and in implementing family systems training in community mental health centers.

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Citations

Apr 1, 1992·Nurse Education Today·D E Bodley
Dec 1, 1979·Family Process·J Colapinto
Oct 1, 1978·International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

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