5.1 Discuss the role of the therapist and perceptions of the therapist’s responsibility for change when using a strategic family therapy model; consider the therapist’s role in MRI, Milan, Strategic-Haley, and Strategic-Madanes.
5.2 Choose two strategic interventions, such as paradoxical interventions, you may consider to address issues when working with a family. What are some considerations to be made from the therapist’s point of view? Describe the process of considering these interventions. Discuss and explain.
6.1 What are benefits and challenges of using experiential interventions with families?
6.2 Research experiential modalities such as sand tray, play, equine, and art therapies. Discuss the modern applications of three of the experiential approaches you researched.
7.1 What are some examples of how narrative techniques could be effectively incorporated into the practice of other types of therapy?
7.2 What are the types of clients and client problems you think are best suited for solution-focused therapy? Is this approach effective only with high functioning clients, or can it be used effectively to treat more serious problems (e.g., substance abuse, sexual abuse, personality disorders, or severe mental illness)?
8.1 Research Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and identify two traditional family therapy models from which it was developed. Discuss ways to integrate this modality, typically a couple’s treatment, into a family system. How might the implementation and/or efficacy of this model impact those in same-sex relationships, and why?
8.2 Based on your research and textbook readings, what three trends do you believe are evolving the practice of family therapy and why? How does culture impact these trends?
Each answer must be answer with 150-200 words and HAVE A CITE in the answer.