The role of the family/carers is being recognised more and more as being an integral part of the overall mental health care of someone with a mental illness diagnosis.

The role of the family/carers is being recognised more and more as being an integral part of the overall mental health care of someone with a mental illness diagnosis. However, Rowe (2012) states that there is an expectation that family carers provide this care, without the enabling of such a role by training or education. One such training is the BFT approach. Taking into consideration the various aspects of the Behavioural Family Therapy approach towards supporting carers of people with mental illness difficulties, critically discuss this approach.



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