As usual, the 100 or more results in the main search list for the query strategic family therapy are a mix of clinical trials, guidelines, and other kinds of publications. They offer a good example to practice honing a search to find exactly what you're looking for, once you face that jumble of options.
- To clear away articles that use words from the search term in different contexts, you can put quotation marks around the phrase: "strategic family therapy" (41 results)
- To read only research journal articles on the topic, click the option Research/Reviews (18 results)
- What's solid evidence exists about this kind of therapy? Try the option Evidence-based Articles to see only randomized trials, meta-analyses, and systematic reviews. (4 results)
- Want to see how Brief Strategic Family Therapy is conducted? A result from the National Institute of Drug Abuse contains an online version of a manual for administering it. (This appears in the main search, but also in Practical Articles/News, the location for practical information rather than research results or other kinds of content.)
- Find information about forms of strategic family therapy other than the "brief strategic family therapy" championed by Szapocznik et al by excluding the term "brief:" "strategic family therapy" NOT brief
- Having found Szapocnik as lead investigator of the study above, what else has he been studying? Use his name as the query