Chapter 2- Group Work: The Group Leader
#1. Common issues beginner group leaders face - what techniques to use afraid of making mistakes; fear of now knowing how to address those mistakes uncertainty about how to start or end a gr...
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Acronyms in Mental Health Counseling
Group of acronym cards and definition cards to help learn for mental health profession
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chapter 15 An integrative perspective
#1. A haphazardly picking techniques without any overall theoretical rationale - syncretism #2. is characterized by attempts to look beyond and across the confines of single-school approaches to se...
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Class 2: Ethics in FT
#1. identified patient - the individual in the family that has been identified by the family as the “source” of the conflict. The “reason” for coming in to family therapy. This role will do ...
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Class 4: Milan- Systemic FT
#1. What is unique to Milan FT? - therapeutic teams of 4 #2. Bateson - Families as systems composed of individuals, who are also systems. Marks a shift in thinking from linear to circular. Th...
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Class 1: Intro to FT
#1. Who is Gregory Bateson? - studied schizophrenia and determined that families have a strong impact on the course of therapy for schizophrenia. Schizophrenia could be recognized as a metho...
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Counseling Skills Midterm (set 2)
#1. frame of reference - How you approach the world around you Meaning-making , the story you’re telling yourself about what’s going on around you The way you make sense of the world #2. Att...
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Class 3: Bowen FT
#1. differentiation - person’s ability to separate intrapersonal and interpersonal distress. The degree to which one is able to avoid having his/ her behavior automatically driven by emotion o...
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Orientation and Ethics Final (Part 2)
#1. Consultation - Vehicle for problem solving client centered or consultee centered initiated by consultee or by orgs Form of indirect intervention used to help support services provide...
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Class 6: Satir FT
#1. broad goals of Satir - Broadly characterized by infusing humanistic values into a systemic approach Focus on fostering individual growth and improving family interactions #2. Intervention...
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Orientation and Ethics Final (Part 3)
#1. forensic clinical mental health counseling - Formal research, assessment, tx, and consultation undertaken with those interacting with courts of law as offenders, those at risk of offendi...
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Orientation and Ethics Final (Part 1)
#1. The basis for ethical decision making - autonomy nonmalfecence beneficence justice fidelity #2. Name and describe an ethical decision-making model - Beneficence model ABCDE worksheet asses...
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Class 5: Symbolic Experiential FT
#1. Symbolic experiential therapy (basics) - Whitaker “therapy of the absurd,” highlighting unconventional and playful wisdom Emphasis on emotional logic rather than cognitive logic Focus on...
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Counseling Skills Midterm (set 1)
#1. Basic listening sequence - attending/ empathy skills observation skills questions encouraging, paraphrasing, summarizing reflecting feelings #2. 5 stages of the counseling session - emp...
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