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160-13 - based resources to overcome stress Potential...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style SFl 160: Stress and  Coping  Part 2
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Adaptation There are generally two key concepts regarding  healthy vs.  unhealthy reactions to stress: Adaptation Resiliency What is “adaptation”?
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Resiliency What is “resiliency”? Resiliency  refers to individuals and families  that  benefit  from stressful events.   Crucible metaphor Examples of resiliency in your life? Resiliency goes beyond  adaptation.
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Coping Coping generally refers to the “X” component of  the ABC-X model.   Incorporates both adaptation and resiliency (though  generally assumed to be resiliency) Coping Strategies: 1.  Cognitive : improving the “C” component
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Spiritual Coping How does the gospel fit into our concepts of  stress and coping? One more important type of coping is “spiritual coping” Spiritual coping : relying on spiritual or religious 
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Unformatted text preview: based resources to overcome stress Potential religious resources: Church leaders Specific Family Stressors Lets look at one example of a family stressor and apply our concepts of family stress: drug abuse Applying the ABC-X model A: What are some possible stressors? Common As Strained resources Lack of functioning (loss of roles) Intergenerational alliances Destabilizing executive sub-system B: What resources might be important? Thinking Through Coping Interventions : Coping with any major stressor in a family takes a multifaceted approach. We must deal with the stressor on multiple levels, in multiple systems Using a biopsychosocial model Bio : Possible medications; looking at family history...
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