Interventions with Families

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To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Review this week's Learning Resources.
  • Reflect on the family intervention techniques discussed for various issues.
  • Consider interventions that may be suggested to mitigate the impact of divorce/final separation as well as the loss of a parent/spouse.
  • Review the Del Sol family case study from Chapter 16 of the Family Assessment Handbook. Consider the following caveats: Rosa and Miguel have separated. Miguel has moved out but begs Rosa daily to change her mind and let him come home. Rosa has indicated she will attend family counseling before filing for divorce, to see if Miguel can change.
  • Consider intervention techniques or approaches you might apply in one of the two case studies above, including techniques for mitigating the effects of divorce/final separation or the loss of a parent/spouse.
With these thoughts in mind:


Post by Day 4
a brief description of two intervention techniques or approaches that you might apply to the family case study above. Explain how and why you would apply each technique or approach in the case you selected. Be sure to explain how the techniques could mitigate the potential negative effects of divorce/final separation or the loss of a parent/spouse.

I've uploaded a copy of the case study to complete this assignment

Readings

  • Course Text: Wetchler, J. L., & Hecker, L. L., & (Eds.). (2015). An introduction to marriage and family therapy. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
    • For review: Chapter 11, "Couple Therapy" (pp. 359-400)
  • For review: Hetherington, E. M., Bridges, M., & Insabella, G. M. (1998). What matters? What does not? Five perspectives on the association between marital transitions and children's adjustment. American Psychologist, 53(2), 167–184. Retrieved from the PsycARTICLES database. (AN 1977-38813-007)
  • Course Text:Thomlison, B. (2016). Family assessment handbook: An introduction (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
    • Chapter 16, "The Del Sol Family: Marital Conflict, Parenting Concerns, Man’s Reluctance to Participate in COunseling"
    • Chapter 17, "The McCoy Family: Life Stressors and Coping with Role Change after a Mother’s Death

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Running Head: FINAL SEPARATION

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FINAL SEPARATION

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FINAL SEPARATION
Introduction
According to the case study of the Del Sol family, Rosa and Miguel relationship is
explained and we clearly see that the state of their relationship might be due to influence of their
childhood lives where they experienced and witnessed the separation of their parents. Rosa is said
to have been the only child in her family and her parents separated when she was the age of 12,
and due to that separation Rosa ended up being raised by her mother alone. Miguel on the other
hand is said to have been the older son in their family and has one brother who he refers to be
having drinking issues or problems and the brother is not married at the age of 34. Miguel’s parents
separated when he was age of 10 and basing on the story Miguel has some flashbacks of his young
age life when his parents were shouting and fighting and I think that led to them separating.
Judging these scenario basing all arguments on their childhood experiences ...

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