Multidimensional Family Therapy, an Introduction (Part 1 of 2)


 

Multidimensional Family Therapy, An Introduction (Part 1 of 2) – An overview of the Multidimensional Family Therapy model, presented by its creator, Howard Liddle. This is part 1 of 2. To see additional videos, including part two of this MDFT overview, please go to our YouTube channel (www.youtube.com ), or go directly to the videos using the following links: (1) Multidimensional Family Therapy, An Introduction (Part 1 of 2) www.youtube.com (2) Multidimensional Family Therapy, An Introduction (Part 2 of 2) www.youtube.com (3) Risk and Protective Factors www.youtube.com (4) MDFT – Juvenile Justice www.youtube.com (5) Adolescent Treatment www.youtube.com (6) Adolescent Drug Abuse MDFT Case Study (Part 1 of 2) www.youtube.com (7) Adolescent Drug Abuse MDFT Case Study (Part 2 of 2) www.youtube.com (8) Future of Adolescent Treatment and Research www.youtube.com (9) Dr. Howard Liddle, Multidimensional Family Therapy DVD (APA Video Series) www.youtube.com (10) MDFT (Multidimensional Family Therapy, in Dutch with English subtitles) www.youtube.com (11) MDFT (Multidimensional Family Therapy, Dutch version) www.youtube.com (12) MDFT (Multidimensional Family Therapy, German version) www.youtube.com About Dr. Howard Liddle: Howard A. Liddle, EdD, ABPP (Family Psychology), is Professor, in the Departments of Epidemiology and Public Health and Psychology, and Director, of the Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (www.miami.edu\ctrada).Trained as a psychologist and family

 

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