By Patricia Minuchin PhD, Jorge Colapinto LPsych LMFT, Salvador Minuchin MD
This largely followed textual content and useful guidebook offers the basics of family-based intervention with consumers suffering from persistent poverty-related crises and existence stressors. Grounded in Salvador Minuchin's influential systemic version and the huge event of all 3 extremely popular authors, the e-book illustrates cutting edge methods for execs inside substance abuse, foster care, and psychological overall healthiness contexts to construct collaboration with households and different helpers, and to elicit households' strengths.
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Extra info for Working with Families of the Poor, Second Edition (The Guilford Family Therapy Series)
The worker nods: “You’re right. It’s too much for one person. ” The worker acknowledges the mother’s point of view and encourages her to continue. Before they have talked much longer, she has gathered information about bureaucratic tangles that aren’t part of the official record but are relevant for handling the situation constructively. When a family begins to describe their reality, the worker must listen with what has sometimes been called the “third ear,” picking up on what is said indirectly and registering information obscured in the telling.
The family is the victim, in a sense, of unintended social violence. Social interventions are often necessary, though less often than they occur and not in the form in which they are generally carried out. If we recognize that the family has structures, attachments, recurrent patterns, and boundaries that have meaning, even if they do not work well, procedures become more family oriented. It’s useful to highlight what that implies: A family-oriented approach means that we begin to look for relevant people in the family network and accept unconventional family shapes.
In practice, however, criticism and social impatience tend to outweigh compassion, especially when the political pendulum swings in a conservative direction. The Framework 31 Even when families aren’t blamed for their poverty or their social behavior, they’re often blamed for the plight of the client. They’re seen as part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Mara drinks because her boyfriend is abusive, her parents made her feel a failure, and other family members are also drug dependent.
Working with Families of the Poor, Second Edition (The Guilford Family Therapy Series) by Patricia Minuchin PhD, Jorge Colapinto LPsych LMFT, Salvador Minuchin MD