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Destructive entitlement relates to an individual’s

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Self justifying effort to gain his or her just entitlement

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The root cause of family dysfunction as viewed by contextual therapists is

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Lack of justice and trust

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Vertical relationships exist between

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Members of succeeding generations

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Balance of give (obligations) and take (merits) results in

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Sense of justice and trust

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The most powerful dimension in contextual therapy is

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Relational ethics

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If an individual is abusive, he or she is likely to be considered by a contextual therapist as a/an:

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Victim of abuse

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The primary therapeutic technique used by a contextual therapist is

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Multidirected partiality

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The instrument might a contextual therapist use to assess family status of trust, entitlement, and loyalty is the

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Relational ethics scale

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A person in therapy suggesting that he or she felt guilty might be reflective of

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An imbalance of obligation and entitlements.

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A therapist who utilizes multidirected partiality is

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Partial to all family member’s side of the story

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Overall Goal of contextual therapy is

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Address injustices and distrust which are causes of dysfunction

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Short term goal

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Stopping destructive actions and building a trustworthy relationship between the therapist and the client.

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Long term goal of contextual is

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Building trustworthy interactions in the family

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Ivan boszormeny-Nagy; Geraldine Spark; Katherine Ducomin-Nagy; Terry Hargrave; David Ulrich; Barbara Krasner are key theorist or figures for

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Contextual family therapy.

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Trustworthiness

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Builds relational resources. There is a confidence that the individual’s needs will be met by another person without manipulation or threats of retribution.

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Loyalties

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Refers to a persona sense of obligation to another that results from previous benefits that the person has experienced in the relationship to the other.

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Exoneration

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Forgiveness, can help relive guilt

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Balancing

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Restore trustworthiness by assisting family with obligations and entitlement.

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Contextual uses the dimension of

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Relational ethics, where feelings of “cheated” and “guilty” are listened for

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Multidirected partiality

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Give due consideration to individual interests in various relational dimensions (factual, psychological, transactional, and ethical).

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Revolving slate

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Generational perpetuation where One generation damaged the next innocent generation , destructive entitlement.