Reflection

 
Introduction and Alignment
This activity will allow you to complete a family systems assessment.  
Upon completion of this assignment, you should be able to:

Demonstrate the knowledge to conduct a comprehensive family assessment and genogram

Instructions

View the movie “Family Stone”. It is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Redbox for you to rent.
Review the Bowen Theory Family Therapy Paper rubric and complete a 6-8 page paper (excluding title page, references, and genogram pages) covering the topics on the rubric.
APA will be assessed and references may or may not be needed. You do not need to reference the movie since all of you will be watching the same movie.
When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself and submit a copy to your instructor using the Dropbox by the end of the workshop 

Assessment Criteria
Assessed Item
Points
Address concepts as it relates to the family

Triangles
Differentiation of self
Nuclear family emotional system
Family projection process
Multigenerational transmission process
Emotional cutoff
Sibling position
Societal emotional process 

64
Treatment plan using Bowenian model

examples of techniques and treatment strategies as they apply to the family

30
Discusses cultural aspects/implications for this family from Bowenian perspective
30
Completed Genogram of family mapping the following:

family member
ages births, deaths
relationships
marriages
power distribution
family boundaries
member roles
decision making processes
relationship connections
intergenerational patterns
subgroups
occupational and educational status
marital functioning
parent-child relationships
socio-economic status
religious background and its significance to family life
health problems
mental health problems
attitudes about gender and sexuality
communication styles

26
Total Points
150

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