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What is the goal of psychoeducational programs?

to address the instability or stability of how the family is functioning during a family member who is sick
-in the book it describes patients who are schizophrenic
-gaining accurate information, education, skills, support, and access to social resources


type of program that integrates family therapy and the medical/pharm. care of the patient

Comprehensive psychoeducational programs


this person developed a structured program to help families anticipate the stresses of chronic mental illnesses and reduce family conflict

Michael Goldstein


groups of families learn about the etiology, prognosis, psychobiology, and treatment- what term is this called?

survival skills workshops


What child diagnosis are encouraged to do parent therapy?

ADHD and Autism


Who suggests that therapists can expect reasonably successful control of the negative symptoms of ADHD when MPH (a med) is combined with behavioral programs such as attention training..?



type of group treatment that helps the parents learn behavior management techniques to reduce the prevalence of troublesome behaviors and increase the frequency of more desired behaviors

Parent management training


Harriette Johnson's view of the psychoeducational treatment
-this suited families which the identified patent has a biological deficit. What do the therapists provide?

support, information, structure, and specific coping mechanisms


What stage of Johnson's psychoedu. tx was: focuses on establishing a relationship with the family by giving careful attention to families needs and stress level; acknowleding what they have been through; determining their attitude toward and role with.. the IP. ; serves as an advocate for the family with other agencies

Stage 1


What stage of Johnsons was: a survival skills workshop?
-family receives clear, accurate, up to date info about the specific illness and its medical and emotional managment
-therapists might have consultants or doctors with expertise; family can easily rally if IP is perceived as "ill"

Stage 2


What stage of Johnsons was: includes an ongoing support sessions; themes from the survival skills workshop are reviewed; family boundaries are reinforced

Stage 3


Which stage of Johnsons was: treatment may be terminated or continued?- depends on the wishes of the family

Stage 4


Johnson's psychoed model did what with families?

eliminated blame, provided information, and empowers families


type of group program that uses teams with other medical care providers to help families cope more effectively with the consequences of medical illnesses
-help the family members examine their beliefs and mobilize their resources

collaborative family health care


Types of groups therapy that the therapist is more of an educator or a group facilitator
-problems or symptoms involve- preventative ; managing relationships more effectively
What are some examples?

preparation for marriage, childbirth, parenting, remarriage, and stepfamilies


Group therapy that was created in 1970's by Bernard Guerney
-emphasizes on empathy, genuineness, and positive regard, teaching clients to recognize and acknowledge feelings and to express them openly

Relationship Enhancement (RE)


How long does RE last?

10 sessions
-expressive mode, empathic mode, mode switching, facilitative mode, problem solving and conflict resolution skills, and maintenance and generalization skills


programs to help new, or about to be, blended families to deal with the issues that are specific to them

Stepfamily preparation programs