This literature review discusses researchers‘ findings in recent decades regarding the effectiveness of two parent-child relationship building programs - filial therapy and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. It explores the versatility of the two treatment models for application to various populations and in multiple settings, both in their traditional forms as well as in modified forms. Psychological concepts from classical Adlerian literature are also considered, as they relate to the topic.
Filial Therapy and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Building Bonds that Heal
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