Marriage and family therapy has had well over 70 years of research and clinical practice. The roots of biofeedback therapy go back to the 1960s for both research and clinical practice. This article reviews both couples therapy and group family therapy to illustrate the integration of psychophysiologically based interventions (interpersonal biofeedback), into relational therapy contexts. It also illustrates the utility of this approach for both clients and clinicians.

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