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17339. Book Review: “Process of Change” by Peggy Papp. This paper provides a review of family therapist Peggy Papp’s book concerned with family therapy and the “paradoxical approach” to bringing about positive change in family systems. The paper provides a summary and critique of each chapter. The reviewer finds the book to be well-written and informative and argues that it can provide a practical guideline for teaching students how to conduct family therapy. One of the best things about the book is its demonstration of the fact that each family is unique; because of this, the therapist needs to be able to sometimes adapt a unique approach to meet a particular family’s needs. KEYWORDS: family therapy positive change family systems paradoxical approach Papp book review. 9 pages, 10 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 2,118 words.   $63


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