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1 a. What are the three indicators that family therapy should be considered
This is where there is a member of the family who is infected by diseases such as cancer, diabetes, HIV/AID or Ebola. Such kind of familys needs therapeutic advice to enable then know how to handle such a kind of patient (Dare et al, pg. 1048). This is because patients who suffer from this kind of disease always need good family care to survive for a longer period and so if not taken care of they might end up dying quickly.
Family patterns contributing to ego dysfunction
This is a situation where you find out that some family members do not want to listen to others opinion or where they live on their own rules (Dare et al, pg. 1049).
Acting out parental impulses
This is where either one or both parents have a problem on their ego, syntonic, character or disorder and therefore fail to listen to have a problem interacting with their children
1 b. What are three red flags or reasons why family therapy should not be attempted
The counselor chosen does not have the necessary training to address the issues that the family has (Wachtel, pg. 336).
This is a very dangerous indicator since by the fact of letting an unqualified person attend to a family on the crisis he or she might end up giving the wrong advice and making the problem to be even worse.
Severe sadomasochistic among the family members
This is a situation where all the family members have a poor relationship and therefore cannot sit on one table to discuss anything among themselves (wachtel, pg. 337).
A family that is undergoing divorce proceedings
In this kind of family setting, there is a huge expectation of unhealthy temperatures among the members and the members in the family may tend to pick sides to favor.
2. List three techniques you can use in family therapy to help the adolescent child share their negative experiences/ feelings stemming from trauma with their negative caregivers
First of all, the therapist should assure the adolescent child that he or she is safe. He should also make the child aware of the stage that he or she is undergoing and make them believe that it is part of life (Cohen Mannarino, pg. 158).
Secondly, the therapist should be able to explain to the child that he or she is not responsible for what happened. This is because most children in this stage happen to blame themselves on events that they even cannot handle
Lastly, the therapist should tell the children to be patient, since there is no absolute time that is stipulated for healing in case of trauma. The therapist should assure the children that they should not feel guilty or have any bad thoughts about anything.
Russell, G. F., Szmukler, G. I., Dare, C., Eisler, I. (1987). An evaluation of family therapy in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.Archives of general psychiatry,44(12), 1047-1056.
Cohen, J. A., Mannarino, A. P. (2008). Trauma focused cognitive behavioural therapy for children and parents.Child and Adolescent Mental Health,13(4), 158-162.
Wachtel, E. F. (1982). The family psyche over three generations The genogram revisited.Journal of Marital and Family Therapy,8(3), 335-343.
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