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  1. Nuclear Family Emotional System (Undifferentiated Family Ego Mass)
  2. The Blamer
  3. Object Relations Couple Therapy
  4. Milan Systemic Therapy
  5. Psycholoanlytical Couples Therapy
  1. a Accuses, criticizes, and dominates.
  2. b Mara Selvini Palazzoli. Form of strategic family therapy influenced by three theoretical models 1 systems 2. cybernetics and 3. communication theory. Focuses on 2 aspects of family interaction the struggle for power and the protective role of symptoms.
  3. c Has reference to a family in which members' identities fused.
  4. d Fairbairn, Kohut, Gilligan, Analyzes couple relations and mate selection as originating from the parent-child relationship during child developmental states. Attempts to uncover unresolved childhood conflicts with parent figures and their impact on current relationship.Critical part is introjection - how the infant processes versions of the love object.
  5. e Fairbarin, Kohut, Gilligan. Believes that marriage becomes a closed system that inhibits growth through mutual unconscious interactions between the partners. The mothering figure is the central motivation for selection and attachment of a mate. A partner finds "lost parts" of the self in the other partner.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Associated with the development of specific personality characteristics.
  2. Process in which the therapist avoids taking sides with partners and encourages each of them to take responsibility for their part in family problems.
  3. Meeting the family's resistance to change with warnings of the dangers implicit in change and the need to change slowly.
  4. Coalitions btwn subsystems in the family that serve a specific purpose.
  5. Jacobson & Christenson. Focuses on the functioning of the couple. Problems and interactions are believed to be repetitious which causes the problems in the relationship. Help couples improve behavior exchanges, communication, and problem solving skills. Individualized and flexible based on specific problems in the relationship.

5 True/False Questions

  1. TrianglesDenotes that relationships have periods of closeness and periods of distance. Triangulation occurs during periods of distance - an outsider takes sides with one person in the relationship.

          

  2. EnactmentOccurs when family members and subsystems of the family are overly concerned and overly involved with each other resulting in minimal autonomy of functioning.

          

  3. GenogramDenotes that relationships have periods of closeness and periods of distance. Triangulation occurs during periods of distance - an outsider takes sides with one person in the relationship.

          

  4. Emotional CutoffDifferent beginning points may lead to the same result.

          

  5. Paradoxical directivesMetacommunication or a covert message relative to how the communication is to be taken (ex-I am the boss in this home may be the command level message of the report-level message)

          

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