Williams, N. D., Foye, A., & Lewis, F. (2016). Applying structural family therapy in the changing context of the modern African American Single Mother. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 28(1), 30-47. Summary: Structural Model. Authors discuss a case example of applying structural ideas with a specific clinical case that includes an African American single parent.
Ma, J. L. C., Wong, C., Xia, L. L. L., & Lo, J. W. K. (2020). Repairing the parent–child relationship for a Hong Kong Chinese family of an adult daughter with high functioning Autism (HFA) through structural family therapy and multiple family therapy. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 42(2), 121-131. Summary: Structural Model. This article highlights a clinical case that utilizes structural family therapy with a Chinese family.
McAdams, C. R., III, Avadhanam, R., Foster, V. A., Harris, P. N., Javaheri, A., Kim, S., Kooyman, B. A., Joe, J. R., Sheffield, R. L., & Williams, A. E. (2016). The viability of structural family therapy in the twenty-first century: An analysis of key indicators. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 38(3), 255–261. Summary: Structural Model. Researchers explore how the structural model has been adapted over the years and the role of the structural model in current therapeutic settings.
Sauerheber, J. D., Nims, D., & Carter, D. J. (2014). Counseling Muslim couples from a Bowen family systems perspective. The Family Journal, 22(2), 231–239. Summary: Bowen Model. Researchers look at what Bowen techniques can be applied when working with a Muslim couple.
Hardy K. V., & Laszloffy T. A. (1995). The cultural genogram: key to training culturally competent family therapists. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy. 21, 227-237. Summary: Bowen Model. Hardy and Laszloffy (1995) present a commonly used Bowen intervention, the genogram, as a way to explore cultural backgrounds in therapy.
Lim, S.-L., & Lim, B. (2012). Po Xi Wen Ti: The “mother-in-law problem.” Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 23(3), 202-216. Summary: Bowen Model. Authors explore a case example that uses Bowen perspectives within a case with a Chinese family.