Book reviewed in this articles.

Broderick, C. (1993). Understanding family process: Basics of family systems theory.

Galanter, M. (1993). Network therapy for alcohol and drug abuse: a new approach in practice.

Freeman, E. M. (Ed.). (1993). Substance abuse treatment: A family systems perspective.

Chernick, B., & Chernick, N. (1992). In touch: The ladder to sexual satisfaction (rev. ed.).

Nardone, G., & Watzlawick, P. (1993). The are of change: Strategic hypnotherapy without trance.

Landau-Standon, J., & Clements, C. D. (1993). AIDS, health and mental health: a primary sourcebook.

Lukas, S. (1993). Where to start and what to ask: An assessment handbook.

Rambo, A. H. Heath, A., & Chenail, R. J. (1993). Practicing therapy: Exercises for growing therapists.

Griffin, W. A. (1993). Family therapy: Fundamentals fof theory and practice.

Linesch, D. (Ed.). (1993). Art therapy with families in crisis: Overcoming resistance through nonverbal expression.

Erickson, B. M. (1993). Helping men change: The role of the female therapist.

Inger, I. B., & Inger, J. (1992). Co-construcing therapeutic conversations: A consultation of resistraint.

Pritikin, E., & Reece, T. (1993). Parentcare survival guide: Helping your folks through the not-so-golden years.

Akner, L. F., with Whitney, C. (1993). How to survive the loss of a parent: A guide for adults.

Beekman, S., & Holmes, J. (1993). Battles, hassles, tantrums, and tears: Strategies for coping with conflict and making peace at home.

Virginia Satir: The Use of Self in Therapy.

Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples: Restructuring Attachments. (1993).

Clinical Dilemmas in Marriage: The Search for Equal Partnershp. (1993).