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While the primary treatment phases of Family Centered Treatment are common to other behavioral change focused evidence based models (Joining/Assessment and Restructuring), FCT integrates a Value Change phase that is unusual for home based treatment models. Most home based models are ready to close services once the client demonstrates the changes in the behaviors that prompted the referral. Conversely, Family Centered Treatment sees this as a crucial turning point and requires furthering treatment beyond conformity and compliance. This phase, while challenging for families and therapists alike, is idiosyncratic for FCT because it encompasses the operant question of the treatment process: does the family “value” the changes they are making?

FCT recognizes that such is critical if the changes made during treatment are to be sustained after treatment has ended.

Integral to this Value Change phase is a process identified as the “power of giving” with which Family Centered Treatment works to position families to give to others as a method for discovery of their inherent worth and dignity.