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F
A
R
E
A
F
I

F-feelings acknowledged
A-assess
R-refer
E-educate
A-advocate
F-facilitate
I-intervene

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A
R
E
A
F
I

A-acknowledge
R-refer
E-educate
A-advocate
F-facilitate
I-intervene

3

A
S
P
I
R
I
N
S

A-acknowledge client concerns/assess
S-start where client is at
P- protect life
I-intoxicated- do not treat
R-refer/ rule out medical
I-informed consent
N-nonjudgmental
S-support self determination

4

Denial

Refusal to accept reality or fact, acting as if a painful event did not happen

5

Regression

Reversal to an earlier stage of development

6

Suppression.

Vaguely aware of a thought or feeling but try to hide it

7

Reaction formation

Turn a feeling into its opposite

8

Rationalization

Come up with explanations to justify a situation

9

Projection

You think someone else has your feeling or thought

10

Intellectualization

Type of rationalizing but more intellectual thoughts or justifications

11

Displacement

Redirect feelings to another target

12

Sublimation

Channeling unacceptable impulses, thoughts and emotions into more acceptable ones

13

Systems theory - parsons, Merton, Germaine, and Gitterman

How persons interact with environment, systems tend toward equilibrium- interventions- ecomaps, genograms, referrals to facilitate change

14

Family Systems- Bowen, Saturday,Minuchin, Carter and McGdrick

How the family system affects individual and family functioning across the life span
Concepts- boundaries, roles, communication, family structure influence family functioning

Useful to understand intergenerational patterns

Family and parent coaching
Multigenerational genograms

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Behaviorism/social learning theory
Pavlov, skinner, Watson, Piaget, Bandura and Beck

How individuals develop cognitive functioning and learn through acting on their environment

Concepts- imitation and reaction to stimulation shape behavioral learning, intelligence is evolutionary, biological adaptation to environment.

Interventions- behavioral such as classical, operant conditioning, positive /negative reinforcement, cognitive reframing, automatic thoughts about presenting problems to faciliatate change

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Stages of grief - kubler-Ross

D-denial
A-anger
B-bargaining
D-depression
A-acceptance

17

Problem solving method- 5 stages of treatment

Everyone always passes the exam

E-engagement
A- assessment
P- planning
T-treatment
E-evaluation

18

Piaget 4 stages of cognitive development

0-2 sensorimotor- object permanence obtained
2-7 - preoperational- pre logical thinking - unable to see view points of others
7-11- concrete - beginning logical thinking. Only applied to concrete or physical objects
11+ formal- abstract thinking


Sounds, play, concrete , formal

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Erickson’s psychosocial stages

0-18 months - trust vs mistrust -is my world safe
2-3 - autonomy vs shame/doubt - can I do things for myself or will I always need to rely on others
3-5- initiative vs guilt - am I good or bad
6-11- industry vs inferiority - how can I be good
12-18- identity vs role confusion - who am I and where am I going
19-40- intamcy vs isolation- am I loved and wanted
40-65 - generativity vs stagnation- will I provide something of real value
65 -death-ego identity vs despair- have I lived a full life