Since the late 1980s, home-based family therapy has become an increasingly popular service. The delivery of family therapy in families’ homes presents various advantages and challenges. This review focuses on empirical studies, and some pertinent conceptual literature, highlighting the benefits of home-based services along with strategies for overcoming difficulties that typically arise.
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