Topic: Group And Family Treatment (Psychology)

Description

The average length of each part is 500 words.


Part 1:

The left- hand column is a list of roles played by spouses or significant others of addicts. The right- hand column represents the thinking patterns or rationale for these behaviors, but shows them in random order. In the first part of this activity, please match up the roles with the thinking associated with each role. In the second part of this activity, discuss how any of these roles apply to a case in which they are or have been involved. In addition, consider whether the spouse or significant other vacillates between two of these roles or is transitioning from one to another. You also should consider if and how this role deviates from the traditional role of spouse or significant other in their culture of origin.

Role Thinking

Rescuer
“It wasn’t that bad. He didn’t really mean it.”


“Don’t drink more than one drink tonight.”
Caretaker “I just don’t feel well at all.”


“Love conquers all.”
Long- suffering martyr and saint “Poor me, I do it all myself for their sake.”
Overextended super- responsible one

“You’re ruining our lives!”

Chief enabler


“The poor man, he needs my help.”
“We’d all be better off if she’d just give up the booze.”

Scapegoat
“I don’t care. After that last fiasco, I’m not having any more to do with my family.”
Hypochondriac, somaticizing

“I love you, but I can’t be with you until you start getting better.”
Joiner in addiction

“Let’s get high and stay together.”


“I’ll take care of it.”
Placater or peacemaker


Blamer, conscience


Battler, limiter

Disengaged and hostile

Recovering from codependency, lovingly disengaged from addiction, and/ or attempting to achieve referral into treatment

Part 2:

Create your own genogram, or that of a family member or friend. What patterns of relationship were uncovered as a result of the genogram? What questions were helpful in eliciting information for the genorgram? Were there times that you or your interviewee were uncomfortable, and if so, why? Discuss the information noted on the genogram and how this information might be useful in addictions counseling.

Part 3:

Discuss the social behaviors and interactions a counselor should see in a therapy group?

Part 4:

Attend a minimum of three different types of self-help groups and compare and contrast your experiences in these meeting.

Part 5:

Describe how families are considered systems. What are the parts of the system, and how does addiction change the system?\

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