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Family Therapy #3
Strategic Family Therapy
Communication Theory
1- Report function 2-Command Function
Strategic Interventions
Main Idea: outwit resistance... -therapist wants to get the pati…
Main idea: that families are always communicating.... -Gregory B…
1- content of the message spoken, direct, superficial.... 2- sta…
-creative, practical strategies... examples:... -Paradoxical interv…
Strategic Family Therapy
Main Idea: outwit resistance... -therapist wants to get the pati…
Communication Theory
Main idea: that families are always communicating.... -Gregory B…
40 terms
Family Therapy
any group of interacting components or…
able to receive energy by interacting…
resistance to change - ridged impenetr…
Properties of a family system: every p…
systems theory
open system
closed system
wholeness
any group of interacting components or…
systems theory
able to receive energy by interacting…
open system
Family Therapy 3
4 core competencies of therapists
Name 2 other ways the profession is re…
Advantages of managed care
Disadvantages of managed care
Establish contact with family... Assess and diagnose... Plan and im…
Continuing education units (certain number every 2 years)... Lic…
1) Minimizes insurance fraud... 2) Offers a standard of care... 3)…
1) Can limit or deny care... 2) Limits confidentiality... 3) Priori…
4 core competencies of therapists
Establish contact with family... Assess and diagnose... Plan and im…
Name 2 other ways the profession is re…
Continuing education units (certain number every 2 years)... Lic…
Family therapy Ch. 3
Gender issues, what are they?
What is the emphasize in gender sensit…
Women's Project, what role does it pla…
Gender Sensitive therapy is build upon…
The roles of sex, physical and psychological intimacy, ease a…
Gender sensitive family therapy is intended to liberate and e…
The Women's Project in Family Therapy began in 1977 influence…
Feminist Family Therapy that came about in the late 1980's.
Gender issues, what are they?
The roles of sex, physical and psychological intimacy, ease a…
What is the emphasize in gender sensit…
Gender sensitive family therapy is intended to liberate and e…
6 terms
Family Therapy AO3
Evidence for effectiveness
Can be useful for those who lack insig…
FT has considerable economic benefits…
Some question whether it's worthwhile
Leff et al compared relapse rates when receiving family thera…
Some patients may lack insight of be unable to speak coherent…
NICE review into FT found its associated with significant cos…
A study by Garety et al failed to show any better outcomes fo…
Evidence for effectiveness
Leff et al compared relapse rates when receiving family thera…
Can be useful for those who lack insig…
Some patients may lack insight of be unable to speak coherent…
10 terms
#3 Family Therapy
Family therapy
Philosophical assumptions
Model of health
Psychopathology
-diverse varied group of treatments from 1950s... -examines inte…
1. nuclear family = basic context where problems occur... 2. sus…
1. respond positively to challenge and crisis... 2. have a clear…
-problems in life are viewed as symptoms of dysfunctional fam…
Family therapy
-diverse varied group of treatments from 1950s... -examines inte…
Philosophical assumptions
1. nuclear family = basic context where problems occur... 2. sus…
Family Therapy Exam 3
strategic model
types of strategic models
characteristics of strategic models
development of strategic model
emphasize directive or task-oriented interventions over under…
MRI Brief Family Therapy... Strategic Family Therapy... Milan Syste…
pragmatic strategies for problem solving and change... -brief, e…
-grew out of communications theory... -influenced by hypnotic pr…
strategic model
emphasize directive or task-oriented interventions over under…
types of strategic models
MRI Brief Family Therapy... Strategic Family Therapy... Milan Syste…
Family Therapy Chapters 3 and 4
Spillover
Ambiguous Losses
Inter generational Coalitions
Conflictual Triangles
Extent to which participation in one domain affects participa…
Family losses that are not apparent or openly grieved like a…
Members from different generations colluding as a team
Situations in which two individuals argue over and interact w…
Spillover
Extent to which participation in one domain affects participa…
Ambiguous Losses
Family losses that are not apparent or openly grieved like a…
41 terms
Family Therapy
Family
Systems
Systems Theory
Organism
people who are biologically and psychologically related or co…
an interacting set of units, parts, people that make up a who…
Focus is on the inner connectedness of elements within the li…
A form of life composed of mutually dependent parts and proce…
Family
people who are biologically and psychologically related or co…
Systems
an interacting set of units, parts, people that make up a who…
Family therapy chapters 3 and 4
Intially in the consultation call the…
What to ask when the problem is presen…
What to do if the family member on the…
What else to do for the first family m…
What the problem is and identify all members of the household…
Ask how it affects others
Say you'll need to get information from everyone initially to…
1. Give everyone a chance to be heard.... 2. Established and the…
Intially in the consultation call the…
What the problem is and identify all members of the household…
What to ask when the problem is presen…
Ask how it affects others
21 terms
Family Therapy
Clinical Assessment
Bowen
Psychodynamic
Behavioral
an ongoing process. has a basis theoretical frame
3 generations genogram
detailed personal history
questionnaires/ checklist
Clinical Assessment
an ongoing process. has a basis theoretical frame
Bowen
3 generations genogram
6 terms
Family Therapy Chapter 3: Fundamental Concepts in Family Therapy
1. This type of relational style is us…
________________ refers to reciprocity…
According to the communication concept…
Circle all of the following that perta…
a. Good girl/boy
Complementarity
c. process
a. Child is clingy ... c. Caregiver is unpredictable in meeting…
1. This type of relational style is us…
a. Good girl/boy
________________ refers to reciprocity…
Complementarity
25 terms
Family Therapies Test 3
communications theory
paradoxical interventions
Pragmatics of Human Communication
first axiom: people are always communi…
developed in Baetson's schizophrenia project, which evolved i…
came out of Erickson's application of hypnotic principles to…
Watzalwick, Beavin, and Jackson sought to develop a calculus…
because all behavior is communicative and because one cannot…
communications theory
developed in Baetson's schizophrenia project, which evolved i…
paradoxical interventions
came out of Erickson's application of hypnotic principles to…
10 terms
Family Therapy final study guide: Theory 3: Strategic family therapy
overall Ideas
Key Idea
Criticism of SFT
Evolved from
Very pragmatic, brief, problem-solving therapy
Goal: try to outwit resistance, not focus on insight. Go arou…
Manipulative
communications theory
overall Ideas
Very pragmatic, brief, problem-solving therapy
Key Idea
Goal: try to outwit resistance, not focus on insight. Go arou…
8 terms
Family Therapy
Definition of Family Therapy
Definition of Family Dynamics
The Goal of Family Therapy
Impaired family function identified by
Family treated as a unit with the focus on family dynamics
Interaction between family members as well as the varying rel…
Help families cope... Improve communication & interpersonal skil…
The nurse... The family... Schools... Courts... Healthcare Provider
Definition of Family Therapy
Family treated as a unit with the focus on family dynamics
Definition of Family Dynamics
Interaction between family members as well as the varying rel…
23 terms
Chapter 3 Concepts of Family Therapy
Family Rules
Negative feedback mechanisms
Machines that regulate themselves
Feedback loops
govern the range of behavior a family system can tolerate
guilt, double messages, symptoms
- behavior in families is consistent ... - change in families is…
how a system gets info necessary to maintain a steady state
Family Rules
govern the range of behavior a family system can tolerate
Negative feedback mechanisms
guilt, double messages, symptoms
33 terms
Chapter 3: The Fundamental Concepts of Family Therapy
Cybernetics
Feedback Loop
How do you know if there is a mechanis…
Negative Feedback
The science of feedback; how information, especially positive…
The process by which a system gets the information necessary…
If you see a behavior persists over time, which is operating…
Information that signals a system to correct a deviation and…
Cybernetics
The science of feedback; how information, especially positive…
Feedback Loop
The process by which a system gets the information necessary…
41 terms
Family Therapy
Family
Systems
Systems Theory
Organism
people who are biologically and psychologically related or co…
an interacting set of units, parts, people that make up a who…
Focus is on the inner connectedness of elements within the li…
A form of life composed of mutually dependent parts and proce…
Family
people who are biologically and psychologically related or co…
Systems
an interacting set of units, parts, people that make up a who…
40 terms
Family Therapy
any group of interacting components or…
able to receive energy by interacting…
resistance to change - ridged impenetr…
Properties of a family system: every p…
systems theory
open system
closed system
wholeness
any group of interacting components or…
systems theory
able to receive energy by interacting…
open system
Family Therapy
Key figure(s) in transgenerational mod…
Bowenian theory
Differentiation
Undifferentiated family ego mass
Murray Bowen
Focuses on the struggle of the family members to be a part of…
Two counterbalancing life forces (togetherness and individual…
An intense, symbiotic nuclear family relationship; an individ…
Key figure(s) in transgenerational mod…
Murray Bowen
Bowenian theory
Focuses on the struggle of the family members to be a part of…
Family Therapy Final- Contextual Therapy
(Contextual) What are the 3 common thi…
2. Individual Psychology
3. Systemic Interactions:
4. Relational Ethics
1. Facts... 2. Individual Psychology... 3. Systemic Interactions... 4.…
A. Love (3 Kinds)... 1. Romantic, Physical (Connectedness, warmt…
Seen and articulated predictable patterns... A. Systems thinking…
The Balance of what people give in relationships... "Relational…
(Contextual) What are the 3 common thi…
1. Facts... 2. Individual Psychology... 3. Systemic Interactions... 4.…
2. Individual Psychology
A. Love (3 Kinds)... 1. Romantic, Physical (Connectedness, warmt…
34 terms
Family Therapy
Double bind
Palo Alto
Circular causality
Complementarity
Two contradicting messages, implicitly hard to comment on
Double bind
Behaviors have reciprocal impact: a leads to be leads to c le…
Where each partner in an interaction contributes opposite typ…
Double bind
Two contradicting messages, implicitly hard to comment on
Palo Alto
Double bind
PSY EXAM 3 - family therapy
Gregory Bateson
qualities of person vs relationships
complementary relationship
symmetrical relationship
qualities of the person vs relationship, symmetrical and comp…
says this is wrong... -look at leadership qualities in individua…
leader and follower... -don't escalate, become very rigid, no co…
engage in same behavior, 1st says lets go eat, 2nd says lets…
Gregory Bateson
qualities of the person vs relationship, symmetrical and comp…
qualities of person vs relationships
says this is wrong... -look at leadership qualities in individua…
29 terms
Marital and Family Therapy Nichols 1-3
Etiology
Homeostasis
Double Blind
schism
causation of a diseased or condition. What caused the problem?
A balanced steady state of equilibrium. Family resist change…
A conflict created when a person receives contradictory messa…
splitting not working together, couples work together.
Etiology
causation of a diseased or condition. What caused the problem?
Homeostasis
A balanced steady state of equilibrium. Family resist change…
Family Therapy
Differentiation of Self
Triangulation
De-triangulation
Identified Patient
This involves the psychological separation of intellect and e…
A process in which triads result in a two-against-one experie…
When the therapist insists that one family member take a posi…
Families will come to a therapist when homeostasis is disturb…
Differentiation of Self
This involves the psychological separation of intellect and e…
Triangulation
A process in which triads result in a two-against-one experie…
25 terms
E3 Family Systems: Family therapy
Management... Boundaries... Communication... Em…
Social psychology 1920's,Kurt Lewin:Fi…
Synopsis of family therapy
Family therapy defined
Five functions of a healthy family
Origin of family therapy
In family therapy see problems as being maintained in the con…
Family is unique system > individual parts.... Relationship betw…
Management... Boundaries... Communication... Em…
Five functions of a healthy family
Social psychology 1920's,Kurt Lewin:Fi…
Origin of family therapy
29 terms
Family therapy
Double bind
marital schism
marital skew
pseudomutuality
person receives two related but contradictory messages - one…
parents preoccupied with their own problems tended to undermi…
psychological disturbance of one parent tends to dominate the…
appearance of open relationships that serves to conceal dista…
Double bind
person receives two related but contradictory messages - one…
marital schism
parents preoccupied with their own problems tended to undermi…
59 terms
Final Family Therapy
Strategic founders ch.6
Core Belief of Strategic ch.6
first-order change ch.6
second-order change ch.6
Jay Haley & Cloe Madanes; Mara Salvini Palazzoli
families often perpetuate problems by their own actions and t…
When only a specific behavior within a system changes.
which occurs when the rules of the system... change
Strategic founders ch.6
Jay Haley & Cloe Madanes; Mara Salvini Palazzoli
Core Belief of Strategic ch.6
families often perpetuate problems by their own actions and t…
12 terms
Family Therapy
The patient is the family...NOT...
Family Therapists believe in
'First order' change occurs when a cli…
Nathan Ackerman used the
an individual in the family or an identified patient.
'circular' rather than 'linear causality'.
'Second Order' change occurs when the underlying structure fo…
psychoanalytic or psychodynamic approach in family therapy.
The patient is the family...NOT...
an individual in the family or an identified patient.
Family Therapists believe in
'circular' rather than 'linear causality'.
11 terms
Family therapy
Salvador Minuchin
Murray Bowen
Jay Haley
Carl Whitaker & Virginia Satir
structural therapy
intergenerational family therapy/extended family therapy
strategic therapy
Experiential Family therapy
Salvador Minuchin
structural therapy
Murray Bowen
intergenerational family therapy/extended family therapy
Basic Techniques in Family Therapy (Ch. 3)
Initial Phone Call: Therapist's Goals/…
Initial Phone Call Goal 1
Initial Phone Call Goal 2
Initial Phone Call Goal 3
1) Validate the person who called (takes courage to call)... 2)…
1) Validate the person who called (takes courage to call)
2) Enlist family member's participation in therapy
3) Get sense of I.P.'s willingness to attend therapy
Initial Phone Call: Therapist's Goals/…
1) Validate the person who called (takes courage to call)... 2)…
Initial Phone Call Goal 1
1) Validate the person who called (takes courage to call)
family therapy
double blind
Ethinicity
identified patient (IP)
intrapsychic
The view that an individual who receives important contradict…
The defining characteristics of a social grouping sharing cul…
The family member with the presenting symptom; thus, the pers…
Within the mind or psyche; used especially in regard to confl…
double blind
The view that an individual who receives important contradict…
Ethinicity
The defining characteristics of a social grouping sharing cul…
Family Therapy
Boundary
Coaching
Coalition
Conjoint family therapy
In structural family therapy, an emotional barrier that prote…
Bowen's and Whitaker's view of the role of the therapist in a…
An alliance between two people against a third
An early human validation process model developed by Virginia…
Boundary
In structural family therapy, an emotional barrier that prote…
Coaching
Bowen's and Whitaker's view of the role of the therapist in a…
family therapy:
Individual therapy:
Family therapy:
History of ED treatment and families:
History of ED treatment and families (…
focuses on the individual becoming more fully themselves
-focuses on the external forces - changing the relationship o…
Role of families in the treatment of eating disorders first m…
discussed the need to completely separate parent child contac…
Individual therapy:
focuses on the individual becoming more fully themselves
Family therapy:
-focuses on the external forces - changing the relationship o…
Chapter 3 Gladding Marriage and Family Therapy
acceptance
acculturation
acculturation gap
commitment ambiguity
the therapist's personal and professional comfortableness wit…
the modification of a culture as a result of coming into cont…
different rates of acculturation between immigrant parents an…
a situation usually in gay and lesbian couple relationships w…
acceptance
the therapist's personal and professional comfortableness wit…
acculturation
the modification of a culture as a result of coming into cont…
12 terms
Family therapy
The aim of family therapy
Expressed emotion
Pharoah et al
Alliance
To improve the quality of communication and interaction betwe…
Family therapy aims to reduce levels of
Identified a range of strategies involved in family therapy
Working with family members to help the schizophrenic
The aim of family therapy
To improve the quality of communication and interaction betwe…
Expressed emotion
Family therapy aims to reduce levels of
29 terms
Family Therapy
Bowen
Cognitive behavioral
Communications
Contextual
He believed that family members adopt certain types of behavi…
examines the interactional dynamics of family members and how…
...
It is a comprehensive model which integrates individual psych…
Bowen
He believed that family members adopt certain types of behavi…
Cognitive behavioral
examines the interactional dynamics of family members and how…
The Essentials of Family Therapy; Chapters 1, 3, 4, 5 Definitions
Genogram
Treatment contract
Boundaries
Family life cycle
A schematic diagram of a family system that uses squares for…
An explicit agreement between the client(s) and therapist tha…
Emotional barriers that protect and enhance the integrity of…
Stages in a family life -- from separating from parents throu…
Genogram
A schematic diagram of a family system that uses squares for…
Treatment contract
An explicit agreement between the client(s) and therapist tha…
Foundations of family therapy ch 1-3
Dysfunctional families
The myth of the hero
Family
Freud
People suffer because pf what their parents did... Ex: distant f…
Our need to worship heros comes from a need to rise above ina…
A system of interconnected lives governed by strict but unspo…
Psychoanalysis, locked families out of therapy room so the in…
Dysfunctional families
People suffer because pf what their parents did... Ex: distant f…
The myth of the hero
Our need to worship heros comes from a need to rise above ina…
72 terms
MFT Nichols Family Therapy
Family Therapy is:
A Dysfunctional Family is:
Psychotherapy is:
Transference
a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couple…
a family in which conflict, misbehavior, and often child negl…
A general term referring to therapeutic interaction or treatm…
In psychoanalysis, the patient's transfer to the analyst of e…
Family Therapy is:
a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couple…
A Dysfunctional Family is:
a family in which conflict, misbehavior, and often child negl…
22 terms
Family Therapy Goldenberg Ch 3 & 4
Gender Sensitive Therapy
Feminist family therapy
Male Socialization
Gender Sensitive Therapy
Equal opportunity focus: both men and women are affected by s…
stresses men's responsibility and tendency to use power to do…
A. anti-feminine element (boys learn to avoid anything consid…
Designed to enable both men and women to move beyond prescrib…
Gender Sensitive Therapy
Equal opportunity focus: both men and women are affected by s…
Feminist family therapy
stresses men's responsibility and tendency to use power to do…
family therapy
Accommodation
Boundary
Circular Causality
Closed system
Elements of a system tend to adjust to coordinate their funct…
Emotional barrels that protect and enhance the integrity of i…
The idea that actions are related through a series of recursi…
A functionally related group of A collective entity that does…
Accommodation
Elements of a system tend to adjust to coordinate their funct…
Boundary
Emotional barrels that protect and enhance the integrity of i…
Family Therapy
Extended Family Systems Therapy
Extended Family Systems Therapy
Extended Family Systems Therapy
Structural Family Therapy- founder
Bowen
"undifferentiated family ego mass"- highly emotionally fused
multigenerational transmission
Munichin
Extended Family Systems Therapy
Bowen
Extended Family Systems Therapy
"undifferentiated family ego mass"- highly emotionally fused
39 terms
Family Therapy
subsystems
boundaries
Structural Therapy
Structures (structural therapy)
division based on generation, gender, and function
barriers that regulate contact and interaction
Salvador Minuchin: framework for dealing with family issues.…
Through repeated interactions within the family, patterns are…
subsystems
division based on generation, gender, and function
boundaries
barriers that regulate contact and interaction
10 terms
Family Therapy
Bateson
Ackerman
Family Systems Therapy
Experiential Family Therapy
Palo Alto Project (1952)... "Double-Bind" - mixed communication…
Founded 1st Family Therapy Journal... Belief in treating entire…
**Bowen... Emphasis on Theory and Insight NOT action and techniq…
**Whitaker... Forceful and caring involvement of therapist creat…
Bateson
Palo Alto Project (1952)... "Double-Bind" - mixed communication…
Ackerman
Founded 1st Family Therapy Journal... Belief in treating entire…
Family Therapy
Family Therapy
Underlying Assumptions of Family Therapy
Structural Family Systems
Minuchin, 1974
Therapy that focuses on helping people in a close relationshi…
-Families are capable of solving their own problems.... -Symptom…
Subsystems... Boundaries... Enmeshment... Parent-child coalition
Study that proposes 4 modules of the Structural Family System
Family Therapy
Therapy that focuses on helping people in a close relationshi…
Underlying Assumptions of Family Therapy
-Families are capable of solving their own problems.... -Symptom…
24 terms
family therapy
family homeostasis
etiology of problems
boundaries
enmeshment
When disruption occurs, family members try to regain a stable…
Problems (even an individual's psychological symptoms) are as…
Boundaries are implicit family rules that determine how famil…
People are enmeshed (or fused) when they are unable to think…
family homeostasis
When disruption occurs, family members try to regain a stable…
etiology of problems
Problems (even an individual's psychological symptoms) are as…
81 terms
Family Therapy
Artical: Symbolic- Experimental Family…
Symbolic- Experimental Key concepts
Symbolic- Experimental Goals
Milan:Role and function of therapist
Our whole life we make symbols and are shaped by life experie…
Subject ... Authentic... Create anxiety in session... Seeding uncon…
Feel promote the feeling dimension... Symbolically... Be part of…
Create turmoil to help fix it
Artical: Symbolic- Experimental Family…
Our whole life we make symbols and are shaped by life experie…
Symbolic- Experimental Key concepts
Subject ... Authentic... Create anxiety in session... Seeding uncon…
Family Therapy
Emotional cutoff
Triangulation
Family Therapy
Bowen multigenerational/intergeneratio…
Break emotional ties to family members
Subgroups of communication
Interrupt patterns of conflict
Increase differentiation of individuals and avoid triangulation
Emotional cutoff
Break emotional ties to family members
Triangulation
Subgroups of communication
family therapy
psychodynamic approaches
therapeutic techniques
Bowen family systems
goal of bowen therapy
resolving problems in relationships necessitates intrapsychic…
individuals, rather than families are the primary clients. ea…
the family is an emotional system composed of many generation…
goal is differentiation. focuses on family and relationship p…
psychodynamic approaches
resolving problems in relationships necessitates intrapsychic…
therapeutic techniques
individuals, rather than families are the primary clients. ea…
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