Assessment Quiz 6

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  1. Theoretical Formulations
    • narrative therapists externalize problems
    • clients are encourage to view their situations as struggling against their problems
    • are not interested in problem maintaining interactions or structural flaws
  2. family dynamics
    reject the idea that families are responsible for the problems of family members
  3. development of behavior disorders
    • stories people take on lead them to view their experience in unhelpful ways and tend to get bogged down by their problems
    • externalizing problems cuts down on guilt and blame
  4. define problem saturated stories
    patterns of tunnel vision, which encourage people to respond to each other in ways that perpetuate the problem story
  5. mechanisms of change
    • do not strive for clinical neutrality 
    • take sides with clients and encourage them so see themselves as warriors against the forces that trap them in pessimistic mindsets
  6. goals of therapy
    • help people separate from their problem saturated stories 
    • open space for a more constructive view of themselves
    • looking for unique outcomes/sparkling events
  7. define unique outcomes/sparkling events
    times when clients resist the problem or behave in ways that contradict the problem story
  8. conditions for behavior change
    • deconstruct (questioning assumptions) unproductive stories 
    • reconstruct more productive stories
    • using externalizing conversations - separate person from problem
  9. Assessment goals
    • exploring 2 sides of the clients' memory beginning with the problem narrative (affliction)
    • then search for side of the story that honors their courage and persistence (hope)
  10. define relative influence questions
    questions that explore how a problem has managed to disrupt or dominate a family versus ow they have been able to control it
  11. founder of narrative therapy
    Michael White
  12. the second most influential leader of the narrative movement and came up with the idea of writing letters to clients?
    David Epston
  13. Who directs a training center in Evanston Illinois?
    Jill Freedman and Gene Combs
  14. Who are the founders of the bay area family therapy training associates and taught at the mental health research institute in Palo Alto?
    Jeffrey Zimmerman and Vicki Dickerson

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