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Working With Stepfamilies (NTSC VIDEO) (APA Item # 4310612)

by James H Bray American Psychological Association
Pub Date:
01/2000
ISBN:
9781591471974
Format:
Vid 0 pages
Price:
AU$283.00 NZ$288.70
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James H. Bray, PhD, is director of family psychology programs and associate professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Houston in 1980. He has received numerous awards, including election into the National Academies of Practice for Psychology, the Karl F. Heiser American Psychological Association (APA) Presidential Award for Advocacy on Behalf of Professional Psychology, and the 1992 Federal Advocacy Award from the APA Practice Directorate. He has published and presented numerous works in the areas of divorce, remarriage, adolescent substance abuse, intergenerational family relationships, and collaboration between physicians and psychologists. As a family and clinical psychologist, Dr. Bray conducts research and teaches resident physicians, medical students, and psychology students, and directs the faculty development program. In addition to his internationally recognized research, he maintains an active clinical practice focusing on children and families, behavioral medicine, and child custody issues. He is the coauthor of Family Psychology: Science-Based Interventions (with H. A. Liddle, D. A. Santisteban, & R. F. Levant), published by the APA in 2002.