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Mental Health

Family Therapy

When one includes a third party into a discussion about how they feel about a person Triangle (Bowen)
recurrent things in families when do genogram multigenerational transmission process (Bowen)
Bowen and family systems theory include differentiation of self, triangles, multigenerational transmission process, sibiling position and emotional cutoff
Minuchin and structural family theory include power, subsystems and boundries
should come from marital diad to hold power. Problem with grandparents or kids try to take charge. Power (Minuchin)
sibling and marital partners are examples of which structural family theory subsystems (Minuchin)
Satir and communication theory includes self worth, communication, rules, link to society and roles
what are the four stages of developmental theory? martial and childbearing, schoolage and teenage, launching, middle age and aging
Created by: cgwayland