Feminist Family Therapy offers case-based discussions that address race, gender, and class as they effect the personal problems of individual families. While keeping an explicit focus on clinical work, this volume highlights power differentials in families and larger systems. Notable authors examine family issues such as couple intimacy, divorce, migration, lesbian mother families, and parent-child conflict. This book is sure to inspire therapists who have been working with an individual focus to include feminist-family-therapy in their work. It will also contribute to the continuing development of feminist theory and practice in family therapy.