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... and Systematic Therapies Strategic and Systematic Therapies Strategic therapy aims at initiating what happens during atherapy session and designs a particular and concrete approach to each problem (Kolko, Iselin, & Gully, 2011). Systematic, on the other hand, deals with the systematic context rather than the isolated behavior. Both therapies must identify the solvable problem, set goals, and design intervention to achieve those objectives. Systematic and strategic therapist are divided into four branches. Namely Mental Research Institute therapist, Hale style therapist, Madaness therapist, and Milan style routine therapist.
Mental Research Institute is a type of therapy interested in family communica...