By Christine E. Ryan, Nathan B. Epstein, Gabor I. Keitner, Ivan W. Miller, Duane S. Bishop
This complete textual content is prepared into elements, the 1st of which offers an outline of the background, improvement, and thought of the version, and its particular purposes to therapy, education, evaluate, and examine. half II comprises the tools and review instruments initially built by means of the authors in the course of their broad medical and examine event. medical case examples drawn from over 4 a long time of kinfolk remedy paintings improve the textual content, and a complete bankruptcy is dedicated to the authors' personal examine findings, present examine plans, and new instructions of their paintings.
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Pmd 25 1/31/2005, 1:54 PM 26 • Evaluating and Treating Families • Basic Task Area. This is the most fundamental task area of the three. As the name implies, this area involves instrumental issues such as providing food, money, transportation, and shelter. • Developmental Task Area. These tasks deal with family issues that arise over the course of developmental stages at both the individual level and family level. Individual level crises typically occur at infancy, childhood, adolescence, middle, and old age.
The developers presented their ideas at each stage of progress to students and varied groups in the university community. These included psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, researchers in the social and behavioral sciences, and family physicians. Feedback from these professionals was incorporated into the model. pmd 18 1/31/2005, 1:54 PM Development and Historical Background • 19 All of the years of clinical and research work that Epstein and colleagues had undertaken were nicely coalescing into the completion of the McMaster Model of Family Functioning.
However, too often this approach is flawed. For example, if the characteristic is the frequency with which spouses discuss financial problems, and the average is once per week, it does not tell us much about the families. It could be that the current life situation of the family influences the amount of discussion taken place (either more than usual or less than usual). Alternatively, it is not clear whether families with a once-a-week financial discussion are functioning better than families who discuss their finances more or less often.
Evaluating and Treating Families: The McMaster Approach by Christine E. Ryan, Nathan B. Epstein, Gabor I. Keitner, Ivan W. Miller, Duane S. Bishop