By Joseph Hernandez
In Family health Skills, Joseph Hernandez, an established relations health coach and practitioner, stocks the foundational thoughts of the kinfolk health version to make it obtainable to a good broader viewers. In it, he offers psychological well-being execs with a map to lead their consumers from spotting a necessity for switch, to finding out to make a metamorphosis, to reaching switch itself.
Hernandez lays out the middle principles at the back of relatives Wellness—chief between them, balancing individuality with connection; fostering abilities for interpersonal future health (speaking, listening, and cooperating); and constructing and protecting styles that paintings for households (mutual appreciate, mom and dad responsible, interdependence, and waiting for change). He exhibits all supporting execs the way to increase powerful healing procedures and sensible interventions that bear in mind a family’s inherent resources. Family health Skills offers an entire, convenient consultant to the foremost issues of this profitable therapy version, so any psychological health care professional may help households become aware of and strengthen their presents and talents, making for better, more healthy relationships.
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This is referred to as the theory-constructing (or generating) approach. It is, as we have already noted, neither possible nor necessary for researchers to divest themselves of all preconceptions. However, the researcher who takes the theory-generating approach does not decide in advance what kinds of evidence and explanations she or he will come up with. Instead, the theory emerges directly from the evidence gathered during the research, and this ensures a closer fit between the two. According to Glaser and Strauss, this is preferable to theory-testing research, which seeks primarily to verify existing theory, and hence tends to seek only specific and particular kinds of evidence.
Second, because the aim of such research is to discover evidence and theory rather than to tinker with already established knowledge, it is often < previous page page_46 next page > < previous page page_47 next page > Page 47 Methods, Sex and Madness 35 36 Methods, Sex and Madness necessary to use methods and techniques of data gathering which do not presuppose too much about the area in question. A survey questionnaire or interview schedule, for example, can only be constructed if the researcher already knows enough about the relevant issues to be able to decide in advance which questions to ask.
This < previous page page_51 next page > < previous page page_52 next page > Page 52 unquestioning confidence in the universality of their vision is probably partly a result of the fact that in their day-to-day experience, unlike women and people belonging to groups that have been â racialisedâ , white middle-class men are rarely told that there are things they cannot see, do or be, simply because of the socially constructed categories into which they fall. â This perhaps accounts for the number of recent textbooks which devote no more than a couple of pages or paragraphs to questions of male and ethnocentric bias in social research.
Family Wellness Skills: Quick Assessment and Practical Interventions for the Mental Health Professional by Joseph Hernandez