The authors contend that narrative therapy emerged from
Managed care programs typically involve
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
Psychoeducational programs are intended to help which of the following?
In the case of detected child abuse, the therapist should
According to Anderson, Reiss, and Hogarty, recovering hospitalized schizophrenics:
Calling another person lazy is making use of a _________ description
Externalizing a restraining problem is meant to
Research on stress in families with schizophrenic members validates well the relationship between ____________ and relapse.
Unique outcomes pertain to
Treating AIDS, family therapists can
Therapy that involves the use of internet is called ______________.
Therapists influenced by postmodern thought help their clients
In treating major psychoses, psychoeducation for families is now seen as essential, along with
The family therapist primarily identified with solution-focused brief therapy is
Protecting a client from unauthorized disclosures by therapist without prior consent is called
A narrative therapist might seek to lead the family to find unique outcomes to their stories. This may serve as
A Couple and Family Map offers information about
In a managed care setup, therapists are usually referred to as
Social constructionists therapies
One in four remarriages today involves
In narrative therapy, a technique used to separate a person’s identity from a problem is called ____________.
In solution-focused brief therapy, “skeleton keys” refers to
In short-term educational programs, the therapist is more of
Which of the following could bring a suit for malpractice?
Survival skills workshops are psychoeducational programs directed at
Psychoeducational programs emphasize all except one of the following. Which does not belong?
The “miracle question” allows clients to
Family therapists have sought licensing because
According to Goolishian, problems are created though
Michael White was influenced by Foucault who viewed language as
The emergence of managed care has
A therapist who determines that there is imminent danger to someone the client vows to harm should
According to postmodern thinking, “romantic love” is a
An example of banding together to deal with a common problem is a focus of narrative therapy. Support groups, or leagues, were begun by Epston in New Zealand. These groups have found their way to the US and into the fabric of our society. From the list of groups below, which answer is best?
Visher and Visher developed The Stepfamily Foundation. From the list below what do they provide for newly developed stepfamilies?
Families with mental illlness face many difficult obstacles. Which one below is not one of them?
In the psychosocial typology of illness, Rolland does NOT include one of following.
Outside witness groups or reflecting teams
PREP sessions may take place as
White’s style of questioning is directed at all except one of the following. Which one?
Which of the following statements is true?
Mandating that certain courses be taken before license renewal is called
Postmodernists agree that what we call reality
An example of an ethical issue in family therapy is
Deconstruction, according to narrative therapists, refers to disassembling