This paper is a brief introduction of the systems-centered perspective on couples therapy. It has also introduced the sequence of systems-centered interventions that are designed to build the system which enables the couple to meet their goals.
2019-11-27T20:51:15+02:00By Susan P. Gantt. Ph.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA, FAPA is the Director of the Systems-Centered Training and Research Institute. She is a psychologist in private practice in Atlanta and works for Emory University School of Medicine where she coordinates group psychotherapy training. She trains, supervises and consults in the practice of SCT in the USA and Europe, Yvonne M. Agazarian. Ed.D., CGP, DFGAPA, FAPA, developed the Theory of Living Human Systems; she founded the Systems-centered Training and Research Institute and works as a therapist, consultant and trainer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she teaches, trains, and supervises Systems-Centered therapists internationally|Categories: Issue 5, October 2014|Tags: Systems-Centered Training with Couples, phases of system development, subsystems within the marriage, driving and restraining forces, rules of the system|