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The relevance of non african family therapeutic practices on african family recovery: A case of entebbe in Uganda

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Ankwasiize Evarist
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Health Sciences
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The study dealt with the Identification, analysis and a discussion of findings of the non African based family systems therapies on African family recovery. The major objective of this study was to identify and analyse the Family systems therapies used in Entebbe-Uganda and the method of achieving this was done by carrying out in-depth interviews with the sample counsellors, nominal group discussions and by analysing their written cases. This study was a case study because the researcher intended to intensively assess the effectiveness of family systems therapies in a limited environment to generalise the findings to the entire population Mbabazi (2008). The research tools used were based on one hour interview with each of the respondent (counsellors) and the analysis of their written cases of practicing counsellors. This study adds to the reading community family therapeutic approaches in use in Uganda which are still rare fields for dilettantes, within significant academic engagement and contribution to Af ican scholarship and world view. This study also has given to readers a contextualised and an application of elements on the voluminous corpus of family approaches and many other cardinal principles of family management which have evolved considerably through institutional and substantive growth over the years but especially with non African perspective. This study explored and documented non African family therapeutic applications and enforceability in the specific context of the African family healing in the context of Entebbe – Wakiso - Uganda. The 68 counsellors who were interviewed were as follows: 3 PhD candidates, 10 Masters Holders, 12 bachelor’s holders and 43 diploma holders. These were sampled using snow ball sampling technique and purposive sampling technique. Findings revealed that no family approach is used 100%, and that family therapies are not sufficiently employed by family therapists. Therapists agreed that even though they use all family therapies eclectically they do not use them at the same level and those other therapeutic models especially social cultural traditional approaches to family healing are also used. The study recommended that therapists come up with an approach that incorporates the dynamics of the indigenous African world view and western based family therapies.

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