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Counselor Exam

National Counselor Exam

Define the following family therapy terms: mimesis. Mimesis - as defined by Minuchin, the copying of a family's style by a counselor.
Define the following family therapy terms;perverse triangle Perverse triangle - as used by Hayley, the situation in which two members of a family team up against another member in an effort to reduce his/her authority.
Define the following family therapy terms;skeleton keys Skeleton keys - as used by Steve deShazer, a standard intervention that can be used in dealing with several problems.
Define the following family therapy terms;integrative psychotherapy Integrative psychotherapy - the integration of multiple therapy approaches, used by 30% to 50% of therapists.
Define the following family therapy terms; XO XO - an abbreviation used by counselors. X means treatment and O indicates observation. Can also indicate a measurement, score or dependent variable.
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