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    Introduction Family systems therapy has been around for years, but it was not until the 1950s that the theory really took root (Corey, 2017). Family systems therapy looks at the relational part of humans and sees them as being an individual as apart of a bigger system. Murray Bowen, developer of family systems theory, believed that “the causes of an individual’s problems can be understood by viewing the role of the family as an emotional unit” (Corey, 2017, p. 407). As a counselor, I would like

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    Trans generational Family Therapy Erika Jefferson February 18, 2013 Becca Myers BSHS 312 University of Phoenix Trans generational Family Therapy originated from the work of pioneers named Murray Bowen, Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy, James Framo, Norman Paul, and Donald Williamson. Those theorists shared the common belief that the problems in the present day with marriage are related to the issues from a person’s family origin. The theorists had different practices

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    Nervosa Family Therapy

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    Family Based Therapy: An Effective Treatment for Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia nervosa, otherwise stated as anorexia, is an eating disorder that occurs when an individual restricts themselves from necessary energy intake which leads to significantly low body weight. Other characteristics of this disorder include: intense fear of becoming fat or gaining weight, persistent behavior that interferes with weight gain, and disturbances of perception and experience of their own body weight

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    Family Therapy

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    Module 1: Discussion 1 Family therapy is substantial; it offers different techniques such as resolving conflict within a family system. Price, Price, and Mckenry (2010) comments on refreshing the family, this allows each family member to rely on one another working towards change. According to Nichols, (2014) family therapy can be the greatest source of support for health crisis, marital conflict, mental sickness, or teenage rebellion threatening to rip a family asunder. Awosan and Sandberg (2011)

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    Narrative Therapy and Family Therapy

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    Research Question Why is externalising a central technique in narrative therapy today, and what are the limitations and successes of this technique? Research The research complied for this report was gathered from various Journals dedicated to the discourse surrounding the practices of narrative therapy and family therapy. Search terms used to collect relevant articles were ‘narrative therapy’, ‘Michael White’ and ‘externalising’. The results from these terms were extensive and required narrowing

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    asserted that previous paper that family system therapy has a 3-way communication commitment between parents and children. Although it is not always 3 ways, it can be multiple depending on how big the family may be: A triangle relationship is a 3-way commitment. It starts with the parents and their emotions for one another. The ability to become attached and connected starts the pattern for the couple to build a healthy and loving relationship to start a family. The triangulation relationships consist

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    The Role of Values in Marriage and in Family Therapy Student’s Name Institution Affiliation The Role of Values in Marriage and in Family Therapy Ethics and therapy are closely intertwined. It is important that healthcare professionals dealing in therapy adhere to strict professional standards and values that help define expectations and also prevent harm to those who seek therapy. Although the application of such values can sometimes be somewhat complicated when such therapists are dealing

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    The history of family therapy began around 1960 when Gregory Bateson came up with the term, “system thinking.” This type of therapy was a daring departure, from traditional and individual treatment during the 1960s. He was involved in the schizophrenia research project in Palo Alto, California, which had a strong impact in shaping the course of family therapy. Along with his colleagues Jay Haley, John Weakland, William Fry, Don Jackson and later Virginia Satir, Paul Watzlawick, Bateson developed

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    | Structural family therapy is a model of treatment based on systems theory that was developed by Salvador Minuchin. Structural family therapy features emphasis is mostly on structural change as the main goal of therapy; it pays close attention to the individual but also acknowledges the importance of family in the healing process of the individual. Structural family therapy focuses on encouraging proactive healthy change within the family, with an emphasis on structure, subsystems

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    that the family system plays a huge role into who we are as individuals. I would still like to work mainly as an individual counselor, but I think it is important to be able to understand how the family system plays a role into the client’s life. I also think it is important to understand how families work and who is a part of a bigger system. If I end up working with children, the family will be involved in some way. Having the knowledge I would have by practicing family systems therapy will allow

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