Structuring Home-Based Therapy: Four Phases to Effective Treatment
Department of Family Therapy
Journal of Family Social Work
Home-based services are gaining more popularity than in years past. Therapists going into the home are exposed to various treatment issues that differ from those in a clinic or office setting. One of these issues is that of structuring the therapeutic process. Much has been written about the structure and stages of clinic-based therapy; however, little is known about the process of home-based therapy. This paper will delineate four phases of home-based therapy which the in-home therapist can use as a guide to provide faster and more effective services.
Reiter, M. D. (2000). Structuring Home-Based Therapy: Four Phases to Effective Treatment. Journal of Family Social Work, 4 (2), 21-35. https://doi.org/10.1300/J039v04n02_03