This book is helpful for all scientists engaged in the speculative end of new-product chemical research, particularly those with a responsibility for any kind of planning, together with the statisticians and operational researchers who advise them.
Table of Contents
Part I: History and Description of the Developmental Marital Counseling Model 1. Growing Older in America Today: New Facts, New Figures, A new Population 2. Change in Modern Family Life-style: Implication and Trends in the older Population 3. The mature-Stage Marriage: Definition and Issues 4. A Developmental Marital Counseling Model for Older Couples Part II: Using the Developmental Marital Counseling Model 5. Elements in the evaluation 6. Understanding and using Developmental theory in Marital Counseling with the Older Couple 7. Remodeling Theory and practice for Use with an Older Population: The Marital Life Review 8. Resolving Loss: Grief Therapy 9. Restructuring Roles and life-style: Task-Centered and Action-Oriented Psychotherapy 10. Using Ancillary Groups in Marital Counseling with the Older Couples Part III: Facilitating the Use of Psychotherapy with Aging Population 11. Special Issues and problems in Psychotherapy with Older Individuals and Couples 12. New Directions for the Future