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Family Therapy Models Journals

Do a search of professional family therapy journals—Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Process, Contemporary Family Therapy, Journal of Systemic Therapies. Find an article that applies a popular family therapy model to a case with sexuality or gender related presenting problem.

Present a summary of the case study. In your research, look for the application of one of the following models: Structural family therapy, Strategic family therapy, MRI brief therapy, Bowenian, solution focused, narrative, collaborative therapy, emotionally focused therapy, Gottman therapy, Milan systemic family therapy.

In your summary, be sure to include your reflections about the model application. What aspects of the model application resonated with you? What aspects did not resonate with you? What other model do you think could have been used? Why?

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Note: Please send the articles that you want me to respond to, I did not find an article (wi9ch took some time) that was referenced in the Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, I am submitting to you the one that I found.

Family Therapy Models

(1) Do a search of professional family therapy journals—Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Process, Contemporary Family Therapy, Journal of Systemic Therapies. Find an article that applies a popular family therapy model to a case with sexuality or gender related presenting problem.

Present a summary of the case study. In your research, look for the application of one of the following models: Structural family therapy, Strategic family therapy, MRI brief therapy, Brownian, solution focused, narrative, collaborative therapy, emotionally focused therapy, Guttmann therapy, Milan systemic family therapy.

In this journal article, Szapocznik, Schwartz, Muir, & Brown (2012) describe research findings from the perspective of a strategic therapeutic model. Brief Strategic Family therapy (BSFT, Scapocznik, Hervis, & Schwartz (2003) has been shown in previous studies to be an evidence-based (scientifically valid) [e.g., Gardner, Burr, &Wiedower, 2006]. intervention for adolescents with behavioral problems. Gardner et al emphasized the power in family system models and the interactional process. A primary focus of BFST is on family interactions that eliminate client identified privileges. This is an important issue in family systemic therapy on the lifespan development of adolescents, who tend to isolate themselves from other members of the family during the period of adolescence.

Adolescence marks the transition from childhood (10-12 years) to the period of 18 to 22 years of age; it is a period of increasing autonomy and self-regulatory demands (Prencipe, Kesek, Cohen, Lamm, Lewis, & Zelazo (2011). They point out that within this transitional period pubertal changes are related to a number of physical, ...

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This family solution discusses family therapy models from the perspective of issues of sexuality

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