Note: Some case studies may already include information that addresses these questions. IF this is the case, identify alternatives to what is presented in the text.
Step 1: Read Chapters 13, 14, 16, 17, and 18 and use to respond to item 4 below.
Step 2: Pick a textbook chapter among chapters 13, 14, 16, 17 and 18 to use to respond to items 1-3 below.
1. Explain how you conceptualize the overarching nature of the problems the family is facing; identify, read, cite, and use an academic journal article to support your response.
2. Explain what would need to be assessed in this family (individuals or as a whole) for you to develop goals based on their assessment; identify, read, cite, and use an academic journal article to support your response.
3. Describe the treatment/ strategies/interventions you would select to help this family (as a whole or individually) attain their goals; identify, read, cite, and use an academic journal article to support your response.
4. Compare and contrast the impact of client and family trauma histories between the family in the chapter you picked and the family in ONE other chapter.
Identify and include 3 citations of your own.
Thomlison, B. (2016). Family assessment handbook: An introductory practice guide to family assessment (4th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Cengage Learning.