Behavior Modification As a Limit-Setting Task in the Family Psychotherapy of a Disruptive Boy

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Abstract

The use of behavior modification as a family task in the treatment of a family with a poorly disciplined child is illustrated in a single case report. The parents' initial failure to implement the behavior modification program provided data about the dynamics of the family and necessitated family therapeutic intervention before the behavior modification program could be successful. The concept of behavior modification as a family task facilitates the clinical integration of family therapy and behavior modification.

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