Thinking about the three components of therapist resilience. What steps would you take if you found yourself struggling in any of these areas, as a family counselor? In which aspect(s) of therapist re

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Thinking about the three components of therapist resilience. What steps would you take if you found yourself struggling in any of these areas, as a family counselor? In which aspect(s) of therapist resilience do you currently feel you are the strongest and which area do you believe requires more attention?

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According to Table 1.1 on page 11 of Goldenberg and Goldenberg (2013), Therapist Resilience consists of Trust in Self, Career Development, and Practice of Therapy. This is included in the eighth edition of the textbook.


Trust in Self

deals with emotional self-awareness, as well as a committment to personal growth.

Career Development

refers to the idea that becoming a therapist is indeed a calling, and not something that you gravitate towards, simply because you have been told that you give good advice. Lastly,

Practice of Therapy

is a consistent enjoyment of watching clients overcome difficulties.

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Thinking about the three components of therapist resilience. What steps would you take if you found yourself struggling in any of these areas, as a family counselor? In which aspect(s) of therapist re
Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 1 Family Therapy: An Overview 8 th edition Goldenberg/Goldenberg © 2013 Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning The following slides follow a rough outline of each chapter in the text. We recommend that you use these as a skeleton outline for your lectures and amend them to fit your personal teaching style and pedagogical preferences. Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 2 Adopting a Family Relationship Framework • What Is a Family? • Family Systems: Fundamental Concepts • Enabling • Disabling • Today’s Families: A Pluralistic View Adopting a Family Relationship Framework • Family Structure • Basic characteristics • Interactive patterns • Family Narratives and Assumptions • Family Resiliency/Therapist Resiliency Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 3 Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 4 Adopting a Family Relationship Framework • Gender Roles and Gender Ideology • Men • Women Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 5 Adopting a Family Relationship Framework • Cultural Diversity and the Family • Ethnicity • Social Class • Impact of Race, Ethnicity, Class on Therapist Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 6 Adopting a Family Relationship Framework • The Family Therapy Perspective • Origins of family therapy • A paradigm shift • Cybernetics and Epistemology • First order • Second o rder/postmodernism Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 7 Family Development: Continuity and Change • The Family Life Cycle • Developmental tasks in each stage • The cautious approach to the family life cycle • Why? • The Framework • Stage theory • Transitions between stages Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 8 Family Development: Continuity and Change • Developing a Life -Cycle Perspective • Developmental Tasks Family Development: Continuity and Change • Life -Cycle Stages: Continuity and Change • Leaving home • Joining of families (partnership/marriage) • Families with young children • Families with adolescents • Launching children • Families in later life Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 9 Family Development: Continuity and Change • Family Transitions and Symptomatic Behavior • Negotiations Among Members • Transition Points Through the Life Cycle • Stressors: Horizontal and Vertical Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 10 Family Development: Continuity and Change Stages of Adulthood • Becoming an adult/Emerging adulthood • Middle adulthood • Late adulthood Stages of family development • Coupling/Preparing for parenthood • Creating a family • Beginning a family • Coping with Adolescence • Leaving home • Reorganizing generational boundaries • Retirement, illness, widowhood Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 11 Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 12 Family Development: Continuity and Change • Developmental Sequences in Other Families • Single -parent -led families • Remarried and blended families • Gay and lesbian families Family Development: Continuity and Change • Divorce • The decision to divorce • Planning the breakup of the system • Separation • The divorce • Post -Divorce Family • Single parent, custodial • Single parent, noncustodial Goldenberg/Goldenberg, Family Therapy, 8th edition © Brooks/Cole Cengage 2013 13

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