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Families & Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions (5th ed., pp. 3-23). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Required Textbook. o Olson, David, DeFrain, J., & Skogrand, L. (2014). The Family Circumplex Model. Marriages and Families: Intimacy, Diversity and Strengths (8th ed., pp. 91-106). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. e- Reserves or Complete Packet DUE: before midnight on the last day of Lesson #3 o Discussion Board postings of Content-related Questions Only o Quiz #3 LESSON #4 FROM Wed., Feb. 19 through Tues., Feb. 25 Personal and Family Resilience Required Reading: o American Psychological Association. (2017). The Road to Resilience. Retrieved from What does resilience look like? o Walsh, F. (2016). Foundations of a family resilience approach. Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp.3-21). New York, NY: Guilford. e-Reserves or Complete Packet o Walsh, F. (2016). Assessing family resilience: Useful maps for practice and research. Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp. 101-130). New York, NY: Guilford. Complete Packet or Partial Packet o Walsh, F. (2016). Walsh Family Resilience Questionnaire. Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp.357-358) . New York, NY: Guilford. Complete Packet or Partial Packet DUE: before midnight on the last day of Lesson #4 o Discussion Board posting(s) o Quiz #4 o Word document of “Commitment to Self-Monitor Discussion Forum Quality Postings Lessons 4-15. Submit to DROPBOX LESSON #5 FROM Wed., Feb. 26 through Tues. Mar. 3 Social Ecology of Personal and Family Stress and Coping Required Reading: o McGoldrick, M., Giordano, J., & Garcia-Preto, N. (3rd ed.). (2006). Overview::Ethnicity and family therapy (pp. 1-40). Ethnicity & Family Therapy. New York: Guilford. Ethnicity and Family Therapy (CLASSIC WORK) o Bush, K., Abrams-Muruthi, B., Bohon, S., & Kim, H. (5th ed.). (2017). Adaptation among immigrant families: Resources and barriers. In. C. Price, K.Bush & S. Price (Eds.). Families & Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions (pp. 179-201). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Required Textbook . DUE: before midnight on the last day of Lesson #5 o Discussion Board posting(s) o Quiz #5 o Last Day of Lesson 5 – Draft of Critical Application Paper Due, Submit through Course DropBox LESSON #6 FROM
Wed., Mar. 4 through Tues., Mar. 10 Stressors of Intimacy Required Reading: o Driver, J., Tabares, A., Shapiro, A., & Gottman, J. (2012). Couple interactions in happy and unhappy marriages: Gottman Laboratory Studies (4th ed.). In F. Walsh (Ed.), Normal family processes: Growing diversity and complexity (pp. 57-77). New York: Guilford. e-Reserves or Complete Packet o Walsh, F. (2016). Reconnection and reconciliation: Healing relational wounds. In Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp. 327-356). Complete Packet or Partial Packet. DUE: the first day of Lesson #6 o FDRP discussion board presentation for Lesson # 6 DUE: before midnight on the last day of Lesson #6 o Discussion Board posting(s) o Quiz #6 LESSON #7 FROM Wed., Mar. 11 through Tues., Mar. 17 Parenting and Stress Required Reading: o Peterson, G. (2017). Conceptualizing parental stress with family stress theory. In S. Price, C. Price & P. McKenry (Eds.). Families & Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions (5th ed., pp. 53-77).

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