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  1. Family Projection Process
  2. Restructuring the family
  3. Power hierarchies
  4. Cognitive Behavior Marital Therapy
  5. Societal Emotional Process
  1. a Process through which parents transmit their lack of differentiation to their offspring.
  2. b 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.
  3. c Changing the family structure via enactment, spontaneous behavior sequences and reframing.
  4. d Denotes that the emotional system governs behavior on a societal level, similiar to that found in a family, promoting both progressive and regressive periods in society.
  5. e Refers to the distribution of power in families.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The same beginning point may lead to different results.
  2. Same results can be obtained via different means.
  3. Family that does not accept information from systems outside itself.
  4. Method of interrupting the destructive paradoxes in disturbed families that involves prescribing the problem behavior and all the interactions that surround it.
  5. Genchiel, Gray, Apfelbaum, Wile. Foster the ability of the couple to communicate important feelings. Dysfunction originates from the individual's incapability to recognize and validate sensitivities and problems in the relationship. Two major categories of problems: dysfunction brought into the relationship from early childhood trauma and experiences and the individuals reaction to difficulties and sense that he or she is un-deserving because of shame and guilt.

5 True/False questions

  1. JoiningTherapist's entrance in the family's interactional system. Includes forming a strong bond with family members, acknowledging the various perspectives of members, and accommodating the family's organization and patterns.

          

  2. Emotionally Focused TherapyGreenberg & Johnson. View emotions and cognition as interdependent and that emotion drive interpersonal expression. Origins are emotion theory and attachment theory. Short term.

          

  3. DetriangulationProcess in which the therapist avoids taking sides with partners and encourages each of them to take responsibility for their part in family problems.

          

  4. CoachingTechnique whereby the therapist helps the family along each step of the way so they know exactly what they are to do.

          

  5. AlignmentsTherapist has the family or a subsystem of the family act out, in session, how they typically deal with a specific type of problem.

          

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