MyHelpingLab MyHelpingLab is an exciting new interactive and instructive online resource designed to help students in Social Work, Counseling & Psychotherapy, Marriage/ Family Therapy, and Human Services make the transition from their academic coursework to their professional practice. MyHelpingLab is appropriate for use in any course where video footage of actual therapist-client sessions, case worker-client interactions, rich cases, and licensing/career preparation is important. Available with or without course management tools, MyHelpingLab addresses individual teaching and learning needs by providing multiple modes of learning and practice. It saves in-class time for faculty and helps increase student success in any course by providing a multimedia "shared experience" that can be accessed conveniently - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Discover where practice comes to life! Log on to www.myhelpinglab.com and begin exploring the many features of MyHelpingLab today!Praise for Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods, 7/e Major strengths of this book include: the chapters are well organized, well written and comprehensive; the examples are outstanding, relevant and timely; the text is extremely "teachable". I enjoyed reading this truly outstanding text and plan to adopt it as a required text for my course. -Stephen Brannen, Southwest Missouri State University We use the current edition of Nichols/Schwartz Family Therapy in all sections of graduate Family Practice, because it is comprehensive; student friendly; and well balanced between theory and practice content. The authors filter in the differences and uniqueness of family therapy versus other forms of treatment with individuals and groups. We plan to adopt the new edition when it's ready. -Maria Napoli, Arizona State University The writing style is excellent, much better than the book I'm currently using. I especially like part two of the book, where the format allows students to compare and contrast the various schools of therapy.It also has excellent coverage of the use of assessment of families, as well as the ethics involved in treating families, in particular the limits of confidentiality when working with multiple members of a family. I will definitely consider adopting this for my course. -Marilyn Paavola, University of Tennessee.