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Long Form:   marriage and family therapy
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2019 Marriage and Family Therapy Students' Experience with Common Factors Training. ---
2019 Reflecting on the Past: A Content Analysis of Family Therapy Research from 2000-2015. ---
2019 Strengthening Clinical Research in Marriage and Family Therapy: Challenges and Multilevel Solutions. ---
2018 From Private Practice to Academia: Integrating social and political advocacy into every MFT Identity. ---
2017 Common Factors' Role in Accredited MFT Training Programs. ---
2017 Culturally Relevant Family Therapy Practice with Parents of Children and Adolescents. ---
2017 Human Sexuality Education in Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Programs. ---
2016 Marriage and Family Therapy Trainees' Reports of Explicit Weight Bias. ---
2016 Most and Least Meaningful Learning Experiences in Marriage and Family Therapy Education. ---
10  2015 Targeting Threats to the Therapeutic Alliance: A Primer for Marriage and Family Therapy Training. ---
11  2013 Bridging the clinician/researcher gap with systemic research: the case for process research, dyadic, and sequential analysis. ---
12  2013 Creating culturally responsive family therapy models and research: introducing the use of responsive evaluation as a method. ---
13  2013 Which drug for which patient? Is there a fluoxetine responding versus a bupropion responding personality profile? FBAS, RN/NP
14  2012 Developing a contextual consciousness: learning to address gender, societal power, and culture in clinical practice. ---
15  2012 Marriage and family therapy faculty members' balance of work and personal life. ---
16  2012 Removing barriers to rehabilitation: Theory-based family intervention in community settings after brain injury. CBT, NT, SFT
17  2012 Review of outcome research on marital and family therapy in treatment for alcoholism. BCT
18  2012 Working with families living with autism: potential contributions of marriage and family therapists. ASD
19  2011 COAMFTE accreditation and California MFT licensing exam success. ---
20  2011 Teaching accountability: using client feedback to train effective family therapists. OM
21  2010 Challenge and urgency in defining doctoral education in marriage and family therapy: valuing complementary models. ---
22  2010 Competency-based training: objective structured clinical exercises (OSCE) in marriage and family therapy. OSCE
23  2010 Creating synergy in practice: promoting complementarity between evidence-based and postmodern approaches. EBP
24  2010 Internships for future faculty: meeting the career goals of the next generation of educators in marriage and family therapy. ---
25  2010 Purposes, diversities, and futures in MFT doctoral education. ---
26  2010 The core competency movement in marriage and family therapy: key considerations from other disciplines. ---
27  2010 The doctoral education of professional marriage and family therapists. ---
28  2010 The present and future of MFT doctoral education in research-focused universities. ---
29  2010 The research-informed clinician: a guide to training the next-generation MFT. ---
30  2009 A national survey of family physicians: perspectives on collaboration with marriage and family therapists. FPs
31  2009 Career aspirations and perceived level of preparedness among marriage and family therapy doctoral students. COAMFTE
32  2009 Integrity of the marriage and family therapy research literature: perceptions and recommendations. ---
33  2009 What's wrong with these people? clinicians' views of clinical couples. ---
34  2007 Factors influencing student selection of marriage and family therapy graduate programs. ---
35  2007 The development of core competencies for the practice of marriage and family therapy. CC
36  2007 What clients of couple therapy model developers and their former students say about change, part II: model-independent common factors and an integrative framework. ---
37  2006 The relationship between marriage and family therapists and complementary and alternative medicine approaches: a qualitative study. CAM
38  2005 Challenges of an outcome-based perspective for marriage and family therapy education. MFTE, OBE
39  2005 Integrating research and clinical training in marriage and family therapy training programs. ---
40  2005 Integrative module-based family therapy: a model for training and treatment in a multidisciplinary mental health setting. ---
41  2005 Overcoming bias toward same-sex couples: a case study from inside an MFT ethics classroom. ---
42  2004 Beyond common factors: multilevel-process models of therapeutic change in marriage and family therapy. ---
43  2004 Common factors and our sacred models. ---
44  2003 Alcohol abuse. BCT
45  2003 Making space for racial dialogue: our experience in a marriage and family therapy training program. ---
46  2002 Characteristics of effective providers of marital and family therapy in rural mental health settings. ---
47  2002 The practice of clinical research in accredited marriage and family therapy programs. ---
48  2002 The scientist-practitioner model in marriage and family therapy doctoral programs: current status. ---
49  2001 Common factors across theories of marriage and family therapy: a modified Delphi study. ---
50  2001 GAPS between MFT supervision assumptions and common practice: suggested best practices. ---
51  2001 Postmodernism in marriage and family therapy training: doctoral students' understanding and experiences. ---
52  2001 Qualitative research in family therapy: a substantive and methodological review. ---
53  2000 Internship training in marriage and family therapy: a survey of doctoral program objectives and implementation. COAMFTE
54  2000 Training issues for supervisors of marriage and family therapists working with persons living with HIV. ---
55  1999 The AAMFT-Head Start Training Partnership Project: enhancing MFT capacities beyond the family system. ---
56  1997 Examining the multifaceted notion of isomorphism in marriage and family therapy supervision: a quest for conceptual clarity. ---
57  1995 Continuing medical education in marital and family therapy: a survey of South Australian psychiatrists. CME
58  1989 Preparing marriage and family therapy students to become employee assistance professionals*. EAPs