10. évfolyam, 2012/1-2. szám
Comparative study of the family therapy/consultant education in the US and in Hungary
In our globalized world, there are efforts in every respect to reduce the differences in systems of production, transportation as well as education with the aim of making these systems and permeable. In my study I compare the family therapy programs between two different educational institutions in the USA and in Hungary. The comparison shows that in spite of the different social structures of the two countries, many similarities can be found between the two programs. However, regardless of the global educational challenges, both examined trainings only concentrate on the needs of their own countries which make the obtained qualifications less useful on an international level.