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Working With Families Chapter One: 1. Describe the four levels for assessing family needs and give some relevant strategies and techniques that may be useful for each of these levels? 2. On which level would families involved with addiction issues be found, and where would the most likely point of intervention? 3. What are some of the challenges or obstacles that would keep families; basic needs at a low level? What are some strengths, skills, or actions that would raise families’ basic needs to a higher level? 4. Is the determination of family need level the responsibility of the clinician, or is it a joint effort involving the clients’? What happens in the event of a disagreement on levels of need? Chapter Four: 1. Describe and discuss ethical issues that may arise in an intervention with a family with a strong patriarchal tradition? 2. Regarding the ethical dilemma of meeting family need versus individual needs, how would you balance the therapeutic responsibility toward both?
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