For other uses, see Family system disambiguation. Apsche family mode deactivation therapy , FMDT Gregory Bateson — cybernetics , systems theory Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy contextual therapy , intergenerational, relational ethics Murray Bowen systems theory , intergenerational Steve de Shazer solution focused therapy Milton H. Erickson hypnotherapy , strategic therapy , brief therapy Richard Fisch brief therapy , strategic therapy James Framo object relations theory , intergenerational Edwin Friedman family process in religious congregations Harry Goolishian postmodern collaborative therapy and collaborative language systems John Gottman marriage Robert-Jay Green LGBT , cross-cultural issues Douglas Haldane Attachment-based couple therapist Jay Haley strategic therapy , communications Lynn Hoffman strategic , post-systems, collaborative Don D.
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Birth order and mistaken goals are explored to examine mistaken motivations of children and adults in the family constellation. Psychoanalysis , typical day, reorienting, re-educating. Individuals are shaped by their experiences with caregivers in the first three years of life.
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Used as a foundation for Object Relations Theory. The Strange Situation experiment with infants involves a systematic process of leaving a child alone in a room in order to assess the quality of their parental bond. Psychoanalysis , play therapy. Bowenian family systems therapy. Also known as "intergenerational family therapy" although there are also other schools of intergenerational family therapy.
Family members are driven to achieve a balance of internal and external differentiation, causing anxiety, triangulation, and emotional cutoff.
Families are affected by nuclear family emotional processes, sibling positions and multigenerational transmission patterns resulting in an undifferentiated family ego mass. Detriangulation, nonanxious presence, genograms , coaching. Cognitive behavioral family therapy. This can lead to irrational beliefs and a faulty family schema. Therapeutic contracts, modeling, systematic desensitization , shaping, charting, examining irrational beliefs. Collaborative language systems therapy. Individuals form meanings about their experiences within the context of social relationship on a personal and organizational level.
Collaborative therapists help families reorganize and dis-solve their perceived problems through a transparent dialogue about inner thoughts with a "not-knowing" stance intended to illicit new meaning through conversation. Collaborative therapy is an approach that avoids a particular theoretical perspective in favor of a client-centered philosophical process.
All people are born into a primary survival triad between themselves and their parents where they adopt survival stances to protect their self-worth from threats communicated by words and behaviors of their family members. Equality, modeling communication, family life chronology, family sculpting, metaphors, family reconstruction.
Contextual therapy. Families are built upon an unconscious network of implicit loyalties between parents and children that can be damaged when these "relational ethics" of fairness, trust, entitlement, mutuality and merit are breached. Emotion-focused therapy. Sue Johnson , Les Greenberg. Couples and families can develop rigid patterns of interaction based on powerful emotional experiences that hinder emotional engagement and trust.
Treatment aims to enhance empathic capabilities of family members by exploring deep-seated habits and modifying emotional cues. Stemming from Gestalt foundations, change and growth occurs through an existential encounter with a therapist who is intentionally "real" and authentic with clients without pretense, often in a playful and sometimes absurd way as a means to foster flexibility in the family and promote individuation. Family mode deactivation therapy FMDT. Target population adolescents with conduct and behavioral problems.
Based on schema theory. Integrate mindfulness to focus family on the present. Validate core beliefs based on past experiences. Offer viable alternative responses.
Treatment is based on case conceptualization process; validate and clarify core beliefs, fears, triggers, and behaviors. Redirect behavior by anticipating triggers and realigning beliefs and fears. Cognitive behavioral therapy , mindfulness , acceptance and commitment therapy , dialectical behavior therapy , defusion, validate-clarify-redirect. Complications from social and political disparity between genders are identified as underlying causes of conflict within a family system.