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MFT Clinical Vignette Exam Theoretical Orientation
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MFT Clinical Vignette Exam Theoretical Orientation
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  1. Postmodern/Narrative
    • Invitations of the problem
    • Separation from the problem
    • Externalizing problem
    • Deconstruction of problem
    • Unique outcomes to the story
    • Re-authoring the story
    • Circulation of the new story
  2. Family Systems/Strategic
    • Power
    • Communication
    • Paradoxical interventions (prescribing the opposite)
    • Presenting problem
    • Directives
  3. Cognitive Therapy
    • Systemic bias
    • Underlying assumptions (self, world, future)
    • Cognitive distortions
    • Schemas (self, world, future)
  4. Family Systems/Structural
    • Alliances
    • Boundaries
    • Complimentarity
    • Developmental issues
    • Enmeshed/Disengaged
    • Flexibility
    • Hierarchy
    • Roles/Rules
    • Subsystems
  5. Family Systems/Bowen
    • Anxiety
    • Solid self/Pseudo self
    • Trianges (avoidance of triangulation)
    • Overfunctioning/Underfunctioning
    • Projection (interpersonally/intergenerationally)
    • Fusion (emeshed/no or poor boundaries)
    • Emotional reactivity/cut-off
    • Differentiation (PRIMARY goal)
    • Multi-generational patterns with help of genogram
  6. Humanistic/Satir
    • Feelings
    • Roles & Rules
    • Growth (family nurtures each other to grow)
    • Self-Esteem (choice)
    • Communication
  7. Humanistic/Gestalt
    • Paradoxical theory of change (be yourself before change can happen)
    • Awareness (versus unconscious)
    • Contact with others including therapist
    • I/Thou
    • Figure/Ground (picture including focus/foreground and background)
    • Inclusion (empathy)
    • Congruence (therapist helps client be congruent with themselves)
    • Confirmation (validation, acknowlegement of pain)
    • Dialogic approach
  8. Psychodynamic/Object Relations
    • Defieciences in the holding environment (family & primary caregiver)
    • Unresolved issues from the past
    • Unconscious
    • Recapitulation (repeating the same patterns)
    • Projection/Projective Identification
    • Introjection (taking on negative qualities rather than being self)
    • Splitting (putting 'bad' qualities into conscious)
  9. Postmodern/Solution Focused
    • Resource within
    • Expert (client NOT therapist)
    • Solution talk
    • Small steps lead to bigger changes
    • Different interventions

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