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True or False: Families desire to stable the system and seek homeostasis.True
81.3%
Is this model focused with the past, present, or future?Present
76.5%
True or False: Healthy families adapt well to changes internally AND externally.True
74.7%
True or False: An assessment is done at the beginning and then used throughout?False
73.5%
Is the therapist acting in first or second order cybernetics?Second order
72.3%
Does insight or action come first?Action
68.7%
Who is the founder of SFT?Salvador Minuchin
66.9%
Therapeutic act of entering a family system, getting to know the family and developing trust, thereby becoming part of the family system so that the interventions can occur.Joining
66.3%
Who's responsibility is it to restructure the family?Family itself
64.5%
Family is asked to enact or play out its relationship patterns spontaneously during a therapeutic session, allowing the therapist to observe and then restructure the future ones.Enactment
63.3%
Relabeling behavior with a new perspective, altering the context in which it is perceived, resulting in new responses to old behavior and thus a change in interactional patterns.Reframing
58.4%
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When one person involved in a conflict with another invites a third person to a dialogue in an attempt to distract from the original conflict, lessening resolution chances.Triangulation
56%
Alliance against other members.Coalition
54.8%
Assessment technique used to graphically depict a family's organizational structure and determine which subsystem is involved in dysfunctional transactions.Family mapping
54.2%
Family members organize themselves so that boundaries between members are blurred and members are overinvolved in each other's lives, limiting individual autonomy.Enmeshment
51.2%
Organized, coexisting components of family members within an overall system that have their own autonomous functions as well as a specified role in the operation of the family.Subsystems
49.4%
What aspects are the therapist trying to identify in session during an assessment?Structure, patterns, strength, resilience, flexibility, change, enmeshment, alliances, subsystems, rigidity, balance
41%
Abstract method of separating parts of a system from each other, typically defined by personal rules and roles in a family.Boundaries
40.4%
The goal of SFT is to restructure family systems by establishing _____.Hierarchy
40.4%
Therapist deliberately attends to the interactions, language, and values of the family in an attempt to understand the sequence of events as they occur interactionally.Tracking
24.1%
Why is this method criticized?Direct, intrusive, and has gender roles
19.9%
When a group of members share reciprocal benefits or values and team up.Alignment
15.1%
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