Straus, Martha
May 2011
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;May/Jun2011, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p68
The author discusses the family therapy model developed by Indiana University professor Thomas Sexton. The author says that Sexton appears to be a facilitator, teacher, and counselor and doing psychotherapy through his sensitive process attention, mutual closeness desire, and underlying effect with the family. She mentions that Sexton creates a connection to various family members by comprehending to their aggression, rage, and confusion.


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