Concurrent vs. conjoint marital therapy
Date of Original Version
In a study done by seven therapists, concurrent marital therapy and conjoint marital therapy were expected to demonstrate differential impact on intrapersonal problems and interpersonal problems. The authors of this article report that, contrary to predictions, there were no significant differences between the treatment groups on any of six intrapersonal measures and three interpersonal measures. Implications for research and practice are discussed. © 1984 by the National Association of Social Workers, Inc.
Social Work (United States)
Hefner, Charles W., and James O. Prochaska. "Concurrent vs. conjoint marital therapy." Social Work (United States) 29, 3 (1984): 287-291. doi:10.1093/sw/29.3.287.