5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Primary emotions
- "I" statements
- Family drawing
- a Emotions that express our core feelings
- b Statements that express feelings in a personal and responsible manner and encourage others to express their feelings and thoughts.
- c One of Satir's universal patterns of communication in which of person is outwardly agreeable and inwardly disagreeable
- d Carl Roger's term for the innate human tendency for each of us to seek what is best for us. A tendency that gets subverted by the need to please but can be released again in the presence of unconditional positive regard.
- e Family members draw their conception of how their family is organized in order to stimulate new learnings and insight
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Therapist must have the courage to interact in a real, caring way with the client family
- Technique in which symbolic processes and events are portrayed through distancing and posturing of various family embers
- The essential healing force in the psychotherapeutic process of experiential family therapy whereby the therapist establishes caring, person to person relationships with each family member while modeling openness, honesty, and spontaneity.
- A relationship based on direct personal contact, rather than artificial professional roles.
- One of Satir's universal patterns of communication in which person outwardly immobile, inwardly vulnerable
5 True/False Questions
parts → Richard Schwartz's term for the various reactive elements that make up a person's superpesonalities.
Secondary reactive emotions → Emotions that express our core feelings
Battle for structure → Whitaker's term for the therapist's task of establishing workable administrative control with a family at the beginning of therapy.
Distractor → One of Satir's universal patterns of communication in which of person is outwardly agreeable and inwardly disagreeable
emotional deadness → A condition that exists when individuals in families either are not aware of or suppress their emotions.