When a Family Is in Trouble

Children Can Cope with Grief from Drug and Alcohol Addictions

Author: Marge Eaton Heegaard

Publisher: Woodland Press (MN)

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 36

View: 915

Addiction to drugs or alcohol is a disease affecting the entire family. Early childhood intervention decreases problems in adulthood. This helpful workbook provides basic information about addictions and encourages healthy coping skills. Children express personal trauma and feelings more easily in pictures than in words, and the pages of this title are perfect to 'draw out' those feelings and hurts. There is plenty of room for a child's artwork. A workbook to help children through the trauma of a parent's chemical dependency problems.

Defiance in the Family

Finding Hope in Therapy

Author: David V. Keith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 236

View: 723

Defiance in the Family follows the treatment of childhood and adolescent defiance through therapy, from intake to termination. The authors take a unique view of defiance as an expression of a child's worry for a family that is not working properly and as the child's means of protecting the inner self in the face of family turmoil.

Shared Obliviousness in Family Systems

Author: Paul C. Rosenblatt

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 181

View: 800

Introduces the concept of obliviousness to the consideration of family systems—what do families choose to ignore and why and how they do so.

Family-Centered Policies and Practices

International Implications

Author: Katharine Briar-Lawson

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 464

View: 418

Analyzing the critical juncture of family-centered policy and practice, this book places the universal institution of the family in a global context. By including a conceptual framework as well as practice components, the authors offer an original multimodal approach toward understanding family-centered policy practice from an international perspective. It provides grassroots strategies for activists and practical guides for both students and practitioners and includes cutting-edge interpretations of the impact of globalization on families, social workers, and other helping professionals and advocates.

Caribbean Primary Social Studies

Author: Marcellus Albertin

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN:

Category: Caribbean Area

Page: 64

View: 279

Encourage students to express their ideas with oral activities, and engage them with relatable full-colour illustrations; revised to reflect social, economic and environmental issues.

Family Stress Management

Author: Pauline Boss

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 217

View: 877

In this Second Edition, the author continues to explore both the larger context surrounding families and stress and the inner context, which includes perceptions and meanings. The author emphasizes the need for a more general contextual model of family stress and crises than other models. The goal is to provide a framework for students and professionals engaged in helping families learn how to manage their stress.

Family Therapy

Models and Techniques

Author: Janice M. Rasheed

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 536

View: 956

This text offers a straightforward, comprehensive overview of both traditional and evolving theoretical models of family therapy and intervention techniques as well as a discussion of clinical issues unique to family therapy practice. Aiming to prepare students to develop beginning proficiency in family therapy, the authors outline major family therapy models in detail, including a step by step description of concepts, theories, skills, and techniques as well as a history of each model and its conceptual and theoretical underpinnings. The text also provides extensive case illustrations of family interviews that identify the specific stages, clinical issues, concepts, theories and techniques associated with each model. This core text is designed for graduate level courses such as Family Therapy, Marriage and Family Therapy, Marriage and Family Counseling, Family Systems Theory, and Family Counseling in departments of social work, psychology, nursing, education, or human services.

Family Transformed

Religion, Values, and Society in American Life

Author: Steven M. Tipton

Publisher: Georgetown University Press

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

View: 597

Statistics on the American family are sobering. From 1975 to 2000, one-third of all children were born to single mothers, and one-half of all marriages ended in divorce. While children from broken homes are two to three times more likely to develop behavioral and learning difficulties, two-parent families are not immune to problems. The cost of raising children has increased dramatically, and married couples with children are now twice as likely as childless couples to file for bankruptcy. Clearly, the American family is in trouble. But how this trouble started, and what should be done about it, remain hotly contested. In a multifaceted analysis of the current state of a complex institution, Family Transformed brings together outstanding scholars from the fields of anthropology, demography, ethics, history, law, philosophy, primatology, psychology, sociology, and theology. Demonstrating that the family is both distinctive in its own right and deeply interwoven with other institutions, the authors examine the roles of education, work, leisure, consumption, legal regulation, public administration, and biology in shaping the ways we court and marry, bear and raise children, and make and break family bonds. International in approach, this wide-ranging volume situates current American debates over sex, marriage, and family within a global framework. Weighing mounting social science evidence that supports a continued need for the nuclear family while assessing the challenges posed by new advocacy for same-sex marriage, and delegalized coupling, the authors argue that only by reintegrating the family into a just moral order of the larger community and society can we genuinely strengthen it. This means not simply upholding traditional family values but truly grasping the family's growing diversity, sustaining its coherence, and protecting its fragility for our own sake and for the common good of society.

Pastor, Our Marriage Is in Trouble

A Guide to Short-Term Counseling

Author: CharlesL. Rassieur

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 130

View: 841

Acting with genuine care and concern, pastors can be effective in helping married couples resolve difficulties and discover reconciliation, joy, and love. The question often is, “How do I do it?” In Pastor, Our Marriage Is in Trouble, Charles L. Rassieur, an experienced counselor, outlines a step-by-step approach that takes the pastor from beginning to end in a process of short-term intervention and counseling. A helpful tool in the process is the Pastoral Marriage Counseling Questionnaire, which can be used in gathering essential information about both spouses and their relationships. In addition, you’ll find important information about: a rationale for the need and opportunity for pastoral intervention in troubled marriages how the marriage counseling process begins with the initial pastoral contact with one or both spouses help for the pastor in preparing for individual counseling sessions with each spouse important topics for marriage counseling regardless of which approach or model is used the last two sessions of counseling: deciding whether to end counseling, to refer the couple to other professional resources, or to contract with the couple for further counseling sessions