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5 Matching questions

  1. Take Charge role
  2. Directives
  3. Object Relations Couple Therapy
  4. Reframing
  5. Integrative Behavioral Therapy
  1. a Therapist plays a very active, directive role. Responsible for changing maladaptive family organization and for solving the family's problem. Therapist must maintain his control in therapy.
  2. b 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.
  3. c Redefining the family's perspective on problems as problems within the family structure.
  4. d 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. e The tasks that the theapist tells the family members she wants them to perform

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Method of interrupting the destructive paradoxes in disturbed families that involves prescribing the problem behavior and all the interactions that surround it.
  2. Family members' ability to discriminate between their identities and experiences that of other family members (vs. fusion).
  3. Family member seeks to distract others and seemingly has difficulty relating to what is going on in the moment.
  4. Graphic representation of family relationships that includes a minimum of three generations.
  5. Rigid structures that do not lend themselves to being changed in the face of changing family circumstances.

5 True/False questions

  1. The PlacaterAccuses, criticizes, and dominates.

          

  2. Problem Solving ModelMetacommunication 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)

          

  3. QuestioningTherapist'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.

          

  4. Spontaneous behavior sequencesTherapist plays a very active, directive role. Responsible for changing maladaptive family organization and for solving the family's problem. Therapist must maintain his control in therapy.

          

  5. ComplementarityThe extent to which different family roles are in harmony with each other.