Evaluating training needs for home-based family therapy: A focus group approach
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Therapists and supervisors engaged in the delivery of home-based services participated in two rounds of focus groups. Participants discussed the challenges they face doing home-based therapy, and how an accredited family therapy program could modify its curriculum to better prepare trainees to meet these demands. Eight topic areas considered necessary for home-based practice were identified and the implications for training reviewed. The focus group methodology is described in detail and is recommended as a useful tool to assess training needs and as a way of promoting improved collaboration among training sites. © 2000 Brunner/Mazel, Inc.
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American Journal of Family Therapy
Adams, Jerome F., and Peter E. Maynard. "Evaluating training needs for home-based family therapy: A focus group approach." American Journal of Family Therapy 28, 1 (2000): 41-52. doi: 10.1080/019261800261806.