EFTA Book Series

European Family Therapy Association Series

Series Editors: Borcsa, Maria, Stratton, Peter

This series offers contributions from the European Family Therapy Association’s community of senior authors and experienced editors. It brings together state-of-the-art contributions on crucial issues in family therapy in Europe with a focus on systemic family therapy. The topics alternate between those that make research findings accessible and of immediate value to practitioners and those that cover clinical areas. This series is essential reading for family therapists, counselors, and social workers across the globe.

https://www.springer.com/series/13797

Please note that EFTA individual members are entitled of a discount of 33% (from current list price at purchase date) on all Springer Books !

1st Volume: Origins and Originality in Family Therapy and Systemic Practice

2nd Volume: Routine Outcome Monitoring in Couple and Family Therapy

3rd Volume: Clinical Interventions in Systemic Couple and Family therapy

4th Volume: Systemic Research in Individual, Couple and Family Therapy and Counseling

5th Volume: Couple relationships in a Global Context

CALL FOR THE NEXT EFTA BOOK

Borcsa, Maria & Pomini, Valeria (Eds.)(in prep.).
E-couple and family therapy (E-CFT): 
Digital systemic practices in therapy, supervision and training.
EFTA Book Series 7. Springer International 

The COVID-19 epidemic is rapidly changing the way systemic family and couple therapists are providing support and therapy according with the restrictive measures adopted in most European countries in the last weeks (“stay at home”).
Digital technologies are offering more than ever to individuals and families vital spaces of communication, information and sharing. 
We believe that it is important to share experiences and provide future guidelines to systemic practitioners how to respond to the needs of offering at distance support, therapy, supervision and training across European countries.

Please send your chapter proposals in the area of therapy, supervision or training to:  and