MFT
MFT5104 _week2quiz

Q7 while offering a therapeutic suggestion a

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Q7. While offering a therapeutic suggestion, a therapist might refer to his expertise in the field and strongly suggest the family to listen to his suggestion. From the MRI perspective, the therapist is using the concept of: 1/1 Q8. From an MRI perspective, a solution that eventually continue to maintain a problem is known as: 1/1 a. Second order change . Second order cybernetics . First order cybernetics d. First order change
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Q9. The client attends a therapy session with a desire to quit smoking. The therapist’s instructs the client to do 15 pushups before smoking each cigarette. This technique is known as: 1/1 a. Going Slow b. Ordeal Therapy . Paradox . Pretend technique
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  • Fall '16
  • Family therapy, Milan Systemic Theory, Strategic and Structural Family Therapy

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