• Family Systems Tools
    marital and family therapists access a number of interventions (Parrott, 2003). Some interventions that will be discussed in the paper are reframing, boundary setting, sculpting, genogram and powergram. These interventions are a part of the family system and are all-essential in family therapy. Reframing ...
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  • Family Assessment Paper
    Running Head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Risk Assessment Paper Tynette Miller Submitted to Dr. Sarah Combs in Partial Fulfillment of NR478 Community Health Nursing Practicum Regis University...
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  • Family Health risk assessment
    IN THE COMMUNITY GUIDELINES AND EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR FAMILY HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT Overall Objective: Using a nursing conceptual model as a framework, the student will complete a detailed health risk assessment of a well family. Specific Objectives: The student will: Describe the nursing...
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  • Hispanic Family Assesment Paper
    Abstract In this paper the theories of multigenerational family therapy and structural family therapy are applied to the Melendez family. Beginning with the biography of the Hispanic family, assessment of the strengths and vulnerabilities of the family, stage of the family life cycle, cultural elements...
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  • Community Health Assessment and Diagnosis
    Community Diagnosis Abstract The following is an assessment of an Eastern Washington Community known as Chelan/Douglas Counties which will lead to a community diagnosis. This community diagnosis is based on publicly available statistical data gathered using the concepts of epidemiology of birth rates and...
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  • Coun502
    Abstract This paper will explore the history and development of career counseling as a branch of professional counseling. It will examine the importance of career counseling to the field of counseling. This paper will also address different theories and assessments that are facilitated in...
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  • Family Genogram
    The objective of doing the genogram is to get to know the patient by gaining understanding of his/her family background. Assessing the family using systemic approach enables health care providers to learn about the ways in which family members interact, what are the family expectations and norms, how...
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  • Counseling Children
    11-year-old Italian/Polish American female. She is 4’9” and weighs 80 pounds, with light blonde hair. Gabriella is a family oriented individual. Gabriella is one of two children in her immediate family; she has one older brother, Richard, who is 17 years old with whom she has a close relationship even though...
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  • Case Study
    Individual Case Study Assessment Guide ------------------------------------------------- Value 40% - Due in the second class of Week 7 Individual Assessment You are required to write a case study analysis of a small family business. For this, you are required to investigate a small family business in Vietnam...
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  • Mental Health
    Conceptulization and Treatment Plan Kenyatta J. Spencer Liberty University April 17, 2011 . AAbstract Jamie has a history of depression and other social problems. Jamie is not able to engage in day to day activities in her community and her home. The feeling of not belonging is addressed by integrating...
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  • geneogram
    SELF-GENOGRAM Due date: See course outline Prepare a genogram of a minimum of three generations of your own family. If you have children, your genogram will include four generations (i.e., it will include your children). Include your grandparents and parents as well as your own generation (yourself...
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  • Telemetry 101
    [pic] Movie Family Analysis Submit by 2359 Sunday of Week 1. |Name: | |Date: | | Overview Choose a movie from the provided list. Watch the movie, focusing specifically...
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  • Relationship Between Culture and the Clinical Practice of Psychological Assessment
    The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship between culture and the clinical practice of psychological assessment. Over the past decade, psychologists have come under criticism for maintaining a mainstream cultural status quo in clinical practice. In particular, indigenous peoples...
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  • Family Health
    . Family Assessment and Health Promotion Intervention Concerning Stress Overload The concept of the health is very difficult to define. It means different things to every family. A nurse should understand and recognize each family as unique and accept the definition of each family about health...
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  • matters of the heart
    Family Assessment Instructions 1. You need to select a family for this project. The family cannot be members of your family. Remember HIPAA! 2. Select a time to interview the family. You may receive up to 6 clinical hours for this assignment. 3. Use APA format. 4. The family assessment will be...
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  • The Quest Family: Final Project
    The Quest Family COUN-6201 February 19, 2012 Abstract In this final project paper, as requested, I have decided that the Quest family, from the course text, Introduction to Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling (Part 2, “Introduction to the Case of the Quest Family”) is now headed by parents...
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  • Family Life Style Reflection Paper
    REFLECTION PAPER FAMILY LIFE CYCLE INTERACTIONS AND THE THEARPIST Zuleika Liriano Mercy College ABSTRACT Being a family therapist is a rewarding job, but it also comes with many challenges. Families are consistently going through...
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  • Family Assessment
    Professional Assessment for Smith/Adams Family HS5526 The Family in Later Life Instructor: Dr. Lynn Hackstaff, Ph.D. As most health conditions develop gradually over time; some of the things that I need to know about the Smith/Adams family are their family history, any mental...
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  • Bowen Family Systems
    Bowen Family System Theory Introduction In doing my studies on family/systemic counselling, I found Bowen’s theory intriguing. In my work and everyday life, I witness triangulation on a daily basis, from my own experience, without the awareness from this module, I was often entwined in triangulation...
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  • Journal Review
    Running head: ASSESSMENT TOOLBOX 1 Journal Article Review Developing a Spiritual Assessment Toolbox: A Discussion of the Strengths and Limitations of Five Different Assessment Methods ASSESSMENT TOOLBOX 2 This article informs the reader that healthcare professionals are more...
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