Becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist: From Classroom to by Eugene Mead

By Eugene Mead

Becoming a wedding and family members Therapist is a pragmatic "how to" consultant designed to aid trainee therapists effectively bridge the distance among lecture room and consulting room. Readers will the way to observe empirically-based how you can the center projects of remedy so that it will enhance competency, determine powerful supervision, and bring winning customer outcomes.

  • A useful advisor to bettering competency around the middle initiatives of treatment, according to over forty years of remark and instructing via an across the world acclaimed author
  • Presents therapy protocols that express tips to observe treatment activity guidance to a number of empirically-supported marriage and kinfolk treatments
  • Provides prolonged assurance on assessing and starting remedy with hindrance parts comparable to suicidal ideation, and kin violence with teenagers, elders, and spouses
  • Suggests how supervisors can help trainees in facing situation and different demanding components, to construct competence and profitable delivery
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As Bernard (1988) points out some interns resist supervision by several defensive “games” (Bauman, 1972). These resistance strategies are labeled: submission, turning the tables, I’m no good, helplessness, and projection (Bernard, 1988): r Submission. The intern yields immediately to the superior knowledge of the supervisor and accepts all feedback without discussion or question. r Turning the tables. The intern elicits the teacher role from the supervisor by asking numerous questions about what the supervisor would have done in the interns’ previous therapy session.

R If necessary seek out a supervisor or peer for consultation. Once you have determined what you can do to continue being therapeutic to your clients implement an intervention consistent with the therapy task. If your task is delivering treatment, then select an intervention based on the “best treatment” model you are delivering. After you have implemented your intervention tell yourself to stop, listen, and observe the clients’ responses. After the session consult with your supervisor about your emotional response to the clients.

During this step stay focused on problem solutions and do not return to specifying the problem. To help you generate a complete list of possible solutions use brainstorming techniques such as rapidly tossing out ideas without censuring. Keep a record by recording your ideas for solutions on your MP3 player, smart phone, or other electronic device. Ask friends and colleagues to join you in developing possible solutions. When you feel you have generated a list of all possible solutions write them down.

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