Auxiliary Family Therapy

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Organizer. Salvador Minuchin, brought up in ArgentinaChild psychiatry, psychoanalytically trainedStarted seeing families at a school for reprobate young men in the 50sSelf taught, teamed up with an assortment of scholars, including Jay Haley (Strategic Family Therapy) in the mid 60sBecame leader of the Phil. Kid Guidance Clinic in 1965Started his own inside in NY in 1981Retired in 1996.

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´╗┐Auxiliary Family Therapy Marriage and Family Counseling Dr. Sparrow

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Founder Salvador Minuchin, brought up in Argentina Child psychiatry, psychoanalytically prepared Started seeing families at a school for reprobate young men in the 50s Self educated, teamed up with an assortment of scholars, including Jay Haley (Strategic Family Therapy) in the mid 60s Became leader of the Phil. Youngster Guidance Clinic in 1965 Started his own middle in NY in 1981 Retired in 1996

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Underlying Assumptions Families (individuals) are capable and equipped for taking care of their own issues - a disposition got from the existential-humanistic convention Therapists work cooperatively with families, not as specialists who can tackle issues, but rather as experts and mentors who can work to convey the family's lethargic abilities to the surface. Specialists regard the family's novel culture. The question ought to be, not "What's optimal?" but rather "Does it work for them?" SFT is the start of the postmodern methodologies, yet holds some customary perspectives concerning the significance of force and chain of command

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SFT Principles There is a general association or structure that keeps up a family's useless collaborations. Power and progression Subsystems and limits Boundaries can be clear or typical, frail or diffuse (excessively open), or unbending (excessively shut) Restructuring depends on watching and controlling associations inside the session Spontaneous conduct arrangements - shape the reason for speculations about family structure Enactments - communications recommended by the advisor as an approach to analyze structure, and to give an opening to rebuilding intercession.

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Concepts and Definitions Structure a sorted out example in which families cooperate, not deterministic or prescriptive, just unmistakable Partly widespread, mostly quirky Can just be seen when a family is in real life, in light of the fact that verbal portrayals once in a while pass on the genuine structure. (Haley once said that on the off chance that you ask a relative what the issue is, the thing that they depict is not the issue.)

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Concepts, proceeded with Subsystems are subgroupings inside the family in view of age (or era), sexual orientation and intrigue (or capacity) child rearing spousal kin Boundaries are undetectable hindrances that manage contact between individuals Diffuse, excessively powerless, or "enmeshed" Rigid, excessively sustained, or "separated"

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Concepts, proceeded with Boundaries are complementary That implies that a frail limit (enmeshment) in one relationship more often than not implies that a similar individual is withdrawn from another person. Illustration is spouse who is enmeshed with youngster and separated from husband Example is father who is close and enmeshed with more seasoned child who chases with him, and withdrew with girl who is unobtrusively discouraged and cutting herself.

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A Couple's Challenge: Forming a Healthy Spousal Subsystem Must create reciprocal examples of shared support, or convenience (bargain) Must build up a limit that isolates couple from youngsters, guardians and outcasts. Must claim expert in a various leveled structure

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How Problems Develop Inflexible reaction to maturational (or formative) and natural difficulties prompts to struggle evasion through separation or enmeshment Disengagement and enmeshment have a tendency to be compensatory (I'm shut here to make down for my separation somewhere else.) This prompts to what is known as the cross-generational coalition, which is a triangular structure

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Therapeutic Goals Therapy is coordinated at adjusting family structure. General objectives of family are vital, yet not as vital as making a compelling structure. Formation of compelling chain of command official subsystem Structural issues are normally seen just as inability to conform to changes. Specialist doesn't take care of issues, that is the family's occupation. Limits must be reinforced in enmeshed connections, and debilitated (or opened up) in separated ones.

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Therapist's Role Joins the family in a place of administration Maps the family's basic structure (limits, pecking order, subsystems) Intervenes to change the structure

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Therapeutic Goals Not a matter of making new structures, yet enacting lethargic ones What recognizes SFT from different types of family treatment is the accentuation on adjusting family structure in the prompt setting of the treatment setting. At the point when new examples are rehashed, and result in change of family connections, they will balance out and supplant old examples without keeping supporting them. (Like the behavioristic thought of support.)

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Therapeutic Interventions Joining in a place of authority, and pleasing Family is set up to oppose you. You are an outsider, and know nothing about their battles, and their decency. Imperative to join with irate and effective relatives Important to assemble an organization together with each relative Important to regard order

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Therapeutic Interventions Working with Interaction by inquisitive into the family's perspective of the issue, and following the arrangements of practices that they use to clarify it. Mapping basic structure in ways that catch the interrelationship of individuals - A basic guide is fundamental!) Family structure is show just with individuals communicate By approaching everybody for a depiction of the issue, the advisor expands the odds for watching and rebuilding family progression.

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Therapeutic Interventions Highlighting and adjusting associations Spontaneous conduct successions Enactments - coordinated by specialist Restructuring Use of reframing to light up family structure Use of round viewpoints, e.g. helping each other change Boundary setting Unbalancing (quickly favoring one side) Challenging ineffective presumptions Use of power to realize change (not surrendering) Shaping competency Not doing the family's work for them (declining to answer addresses, or to venture in and assume responsibility when it's vital for the relatives to do as such.

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Therapeutic Interventions Homework Should be to expand contact between withdrew gatherings, To fortify limits amongst people and subsystems that have been enmeshed Should be something that is not very aggressive While Minuchin once in a while utilized key intercessions, he cautioned relatives to expect mishaps, keeping in mind the end goal to set them up for a sensible future.

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