5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Open system
- Positive Connotation
- a Family that accepts information from systems outside itself.
- b Method of interrupting the destructive paradoxes in disturbed families that involves prescribing the problem behavior and all the interactions that surround it.
- c Technique whereby the therapist helps the family along each step of the way so they know exactly what they are to do.
- d Involves promoting family solidarity and decreasing resistance to therapy via interpreting symptoms as family preserving efforts.
- e Coalitions btwn subsystems in the family that serve a specific purpose.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The same beginning point may lead to different results.
- Graphic representation of family relationships that includes a minimum of three generations.
- Form of paradox that involves having a family member act in an exaggerated way, consistent with another person's apparent perception of them.
- Tendency of a system to maintain internal stability.
- Techinique which involves prescribing the problem behavior.
5 True/False questions
Directives → The tasks that the theapist tells the family members she wants them to perform
Spontaneous behavior sequences → Occur when the therapist highlights an interaction that is naturally occurring in the moment and assists the family in modifying problem sequences.
Complementary Relationships → Relationships that involve a fit between different roles
Emotionally Focused Therapy → Greenberg & Johnson. View emotions and cognition as interdependent and that emotion drive interpersonal expression. Origins are emotion theory and attachment theory. Short term.
Cognitive Behavior Marital Therapy → Focus is to understand that the couple's emotional and behavioral dysfunction has been related to inappropriate information processing. Seeks to discover negative types of thinking that drive the negative behavior causing relationship difficulties.