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1
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Psychodynamic family therapy:

Important figures

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David and Jill Scharff

Nathan Ackerman
Robin Skynner
Samuel Slipp
James Framo
Melanie Klein
2
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Psychodynamic is an integration of?

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psychoanalytical therapy, object relations theory and family therapy

3
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Goal of treatment for psychodynamic are?

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To understand individual personality in context of parent child relationship

4
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Role of the counselor in psychdyamic FT?

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To provide a nurturing, safe environment in which unconscious object relations may be understood and resolved

5
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What are the technique used for psychodynamic family therapy?

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Recognition and reworking, provides contextual holding, reinstatement or construction, return of family to over all development level, and clarification of individuals needs.

6
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Important figure for Satir’s experiential Family therapy?

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Virginia Satir

7
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Goals of Satir’s experiential FT?

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Facilitate growth in the family and effective communication

8
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Role of the counselor Satir’s experiential?

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Reframe negative emotions, to address incongruent communication, and model congruent communication.

9
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What is congruent communication?

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Direct, clear communication at the verbal and non verbal level.

10
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What is non-congruent communication?

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Involve distorted, incomplete messages.

11
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Satir’s experiential Family therapy techniques?

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Family sculpting, family life fact chronology, Family reconstruction, reframing, and anchoring.

12
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Important figures for Whitakers experiential family therapy?

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Carl Whitaker
Walter Kempler
David Keith
August Napier
Fred and Bunny Duhl
13
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Goal of Whitaker’s experiential Family therapy?

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To help individuals grow and to be able to grow in the context of their family

14
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Whitaker’ experiential Family therapy model is?

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Pragmatic and non theoretical

15
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Whitaker’ experiential technique?

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Three Phases of therapy:

Engagement, involvement, and disentanglement

16
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Structural family therapy important figures?

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Salvador Minuchin
Harry Aponte
Jorge Calapinto
Braulio Montalvo
Bernice Rosman
17
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Goals of structural family therapy?

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Change the underlying systematic structure of the family and address the presenting problem

18
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What is Rigid boundaries?

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Leads to impermeable barriers between the subsystems.

This results in a disengage family

19
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What is diffuse boundaries?

Structural therapy

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Are excessively blurred and indistinct.

Results of a enmeshed family.

20
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What is clearly define boundaries?

Structural family therapy

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Family helping maintain separateness yet at the same emphasizes connection to the family.

21
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What are the structural family therapy techniques?

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Joining and accommodating techniques:
Accommodation, maintenance, tracking, and Mimesis

Re-structuring techniques:
Structural map, and enactment, escalation of stress, boundary making, utilizing the symptom, and mood manipulation.

22
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Important figures of strategic family therapy?

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Haley Jay and Cloe Madanes

23
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What are family life cycle?

Strategic family therapy

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marriage, birth of first child, reduction and family size, and advanced aging

24
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Techniques used for strategic family therapy?

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Paradoxical directives:

Reframing, prescribing the symptom, restraining changes, and pretend techniques.

25
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Important figures in Bowen family systems therapy?

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Murray Bowen
Thomas Forgarty
Edwin Friedman 
Philip Guerin
Michael Kerr
26
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Goals of treatment Bowes’s model?

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Decrease anxiety and increase differentation of self

27
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What is differentiation of self?

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Cornerstone of Bowen’s theory

Higher level of differentiation of self is the ability to maintain a balance in stressful situations

Lower level of differentiation become separate or emotional when stressed.

28
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What’s triangles?

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A two-person system will engage in direct communication when tension mounts, one or both persons will pull in the third person in order to reestablish stability.

29
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A fusion can result in? Bowen family system

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Overt marital conflict, reactive emotional distance, physical or emotional dysfunction, and projection of problems onto one or more of the children

30
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What is family projection process?

Bowen’s family systems

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Is when a parent transmit their dysfunction to their child

31
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What is emotional cut off?

Bowen’s family systems

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Is extreme emotional distance between two individual

32
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Bowen’s model techniques?

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Genogram, process questions, and therapeutic triangles.

33
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Important figures of Milan systematic family therapy?

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Mara Selvini- Palazzoli
Gianfranco Cecchin
Luigi Boscolo
Guilana Prata

34
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Milan systematic family therapy is?

A

A system of use patterns of interaction as being handed down from one generation to the next

35
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Milan systemic techniques?

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Positive connotation, circular questioning, and hypothesizing

36
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Important figures of cognitive behavioral family therapy?

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Albert Ellis and Aaron Beck

Donald Beacom, Frank Datillio, Norman Epstein

37
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Goals of cognitive behavioral family therapy?

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Is to eliminate undesirable behavior and increase positive behavior

38
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What is operant responses?

CBFT

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Cause

Are responses not automatically elicted by stimuli.

39
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What is respondent responses?

CBFT

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Effects

Are those under the control of stimuli

40
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Reinforcer are consequences that?

CBFT

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Accelerate behavior

Negative reinforcers are aversive consequences.

Positive reinforcers are rewarding consequences.

41
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Punisher are consequences that?

CBFT

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Decelerate behavior

Aversive Control is the implementation of a negative reinforcer such a spanking

42
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What is extinction?

CBFT

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Occurs when the reinforcement follow a response

43
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Important figures briefed solution focused family therapy?

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Steve deShazer
Insoo Berg.          Michele Weiner-Davis
Eve Lipchik          John Walter 
Bill O'Hanlon
Jane Peller
44
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Goals of treatment for briefed solution focused therapy family therapy?

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Is to help clients resolve their complaint by helping them change their focus.

Primarily focuses on the future

45
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Important figures of narrative family therapy?

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Michael White. David Epston

Alan Parry. Robert Doan

46
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What is family projection process? Bowen’s family system

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A parent transmit their dysfunction to their children.

47
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What is emotional cut off? Bowen’s family system

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Is extreme emotional distance between two individuals

48
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Bowens model techniques?

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Genograms, process questions, and therapeutic triangle

49
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Important figures of Milan system family therapy?

A

Mara Selvini- Palazzoli
Gianfranco Cecchin
Luigi Boscolo
Gilliana Prata

50
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Milian systemic family therapy is?

A

A system that views patterns of interaction as being handed down from one generation to the next

51
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Milan systematic techniques?

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Positive Connotations
Circular questioning
Hypothesizing

52
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Important figures of cognitive behavioral family therapy?

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Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck

Donald Baucom
Frank Datillio
Norman Epstein

53
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Goals of cognitive behave real family therapy?

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Is to eliminate undesirable behaviors and increase positive behaviors.

54
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What is operant responses?

CBFT

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Causes

Are responses not automatically elicted by stimuli

55
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What is respondent responses?

CBFT

A

Effects

are those under the control of the stimuli

56
Q

Reinforcers are consequences that?

CBFT

A

Accelerate behavior

Negative reinforcers are aversive consequences.

Positive reinforcers are rewarding consequences

57
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Punishers are consequences that?

CBFT

A

Decelerate behavior

Aversive Control is the implementation of a negative reinforcer such as spanking.

58
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What is extinction?

CBFT

A

Occurs when the reinforcement follows a response

59
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Important figures of brief solution focused family therapy?

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Steve de Shazer 
Insoo Berg
Eve Lipchik 
Bill O'Hanlon
Jane Peller
Michelle Weiner-Davis
John Walter
60
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Goals of treatment for a brief solution focused family therapy?

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Is to help client with all of their complaint by helping them change their focus.

Primarily focuses on the future

61
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important figures of narrative family therapy?

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Michael White
David Epston
Alan Parry
Robert Dian

62
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Cybernetics is concept used by family therapists

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Norbert Wiener