Family Therapy Argumentative Analysis

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In two articles, the main arguments are that, Johnson believes that the therapist needs training programs on ethical codes to eliminate bias with the therapist (Johnson, 2001). The job of the therapist is to solve problems, and let each client state their positions of the argument. The therapist must not pick sides in family therapy. The therapist should not judge, instead they need to nurture relationships. In this society, relationships are not the most important aspect within their society (Johnson, 2001). It is important that family therapy needs to encourage family relationships to thrive. According to Hardy, it is most important that the therapist needs to help clients in emotional distress. (Hardy, 2001). It is important that the therapist

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