WHAT IS THE BEHAVIOURAL FAMILY THERAPY?
Behavioural Family Therapy (BFT) denotes the application of scientific methodology in order to modify faulty or maladaptive patterns of social interactions among the symptomatic members of a family. While “behaviour modification” has been the most popularized term applied to this approach, there are, in fact, at least three distinct contemporary approaches to the scientific understanding of human social learning: behavioural consequences, mediational or anxiety cues and social learning, or vicarious learning. While varying therapeutic technologies have been developed within each of these approaches, they are all broadly defined as behavioural because of their basis adherence to the hypothesis-testing, experimental analysis of humanbehaviour. For a behavioural family therapist, a family may be defined as two ormore people who mutually influence the reward and punishmentcontingencies of each other.
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