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Develop Fam Therapy

Family Therapy concepts and strategic family therapy

Double bind more than two competing issues; sending a mixed message and then scolding the response even if it was appropriate
metacommunications process and content interpreted together; husband not caring
negative feedback loop meant to restore calm levels; revert back
positive feedback loop making things worse; feeds the issue
Cybernetics Communications Theory-recipercol relationships in systems; informs strategic therapy
Systems theory the whole is more than the sum of its parts
Social constructionism how people write/tell the stories of their own lives; narrative therapies
Attachment Theory psychodynamic; impact of early relationships on future relationships; object relations
Triangles triangulation within a relationship; third person or thing brought into a relationships to bring pressure off the original two
strategic family therapy Problem solving in the here & now can lead to individual and systemic changes; hierarchies and repetitive sequences of behaviors; no use of insight,
Directives model of practice in strategic family therapy; can be direct or indirect and straightforward or paradoxical (manipulative...getting them to do the opposite)
Created by: 100003130910059