a Collaborative therapy 11 Which type of marital therapy involves one therapist

A collaborative therapy 11 which type of marital

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a. Collaborative therapy 11. Which type of marital therapy involves one therapist who sees each of the two partners in separate, individual sessions? a. Concurrent therapy 12. Which type of marital therapy involves two partners seeing the same therapist in the same session? a. Conjoint therapy 13. Which type of therapy is likely to focus on agreements to reward positive actions of your spouse with positive actions of your own? a. Behavioral couple therapy 14. Which type of therapy is likely to encourage participants to re-imagine their relationship histories in an effort to identify problematic patterns? a. Insight-oriented couple therapy 15. Which type of therapy is likely to focus on helping to train spouses to treat each other in a manner that provides safety, security, and love? a. Emotionally focused couple therapy 16. Which type of therapy is likely to focus on instilling reasonable beliefs and sensible expectations? a. Cognitive-behavior couple therapy 17. Which type of therapy is likely to focus on accepting incompatibilities that partners cannot change? a. Integrative behavioral couple therapy 18. To repair their relationship, Andrew and Betty obtain help from a family therapist. After de-escalating their problematic interactional cycles, their therapist asks the couple to accept their own disowned needs, to accept his/her partner’s evolving construction of the situation, and to create emotional engagement with each other.
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Lastly, the therapist tries to consolidate new patterns of attachment behavior. Which approach does this description best represent? a. Emotionally focused couple therapy 19. Regarding the effectiveness of marital therapy, a. All have demonstrable effectiveness 20. What is common to all of the marital therapies reviewed? a. Provide explanations for the difficulties 21. What is crucial for therapy to provide benefits? a. Positive expectations 22. Most people who seriously participate in any of these therapies are likely to be better off afterwards, and (as a very rough average) about ____ of them will no longer be dissatisfied with their marriages. a. 1/2
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