Communication is very essential in the family dynamic because a person is comfortable going to his or her family and discussing the hardest of things going on in his or her life. Family members listen to and sincerely care about what the other family members are verbalizing. In healthy families, communication is on a deep enough level that all members are able to share their feelings, experiences, goals, and accomplishments. When feedback and constructive criticism are given, love and affection are made clear by the use of positive words. The second characteristic of a healthy family’s relationship is committing to each other.
Secondly, establishing a safe place for all family members, map out the boundaries, determine the hierarchy in the family structure, evaluate and assess the family role. Next, transform the structure by diminishing the signs/indicators identified in the assessment with intervention methods. The key concepts of structural family therapy are to include family Rules, sustain homeostasis, compose healthy relationships and principles, by examining the cover or overt rules that govern the family. Furthermore, instill the pattern/function within the family, to address challenges head-on without chaos and dysfunction, to join the family system and understand the symmetrical relationships, while recovery of an individual
“While supervision must stay focused as a three-person activity-supervisor, supervisee, and client--supervision has to actively work with the transference formed between the [dyad] of supervisor and supervisee (Driver et al., 2002). On the other hand, what can become a challenge is if the quality of transference may become a complication of both the supervisor and myself by having unresolved transference issues. Conversely, it can also be an asset if my supervisor and I are equally bringing trust, empathy, and mutual respect to the dyad as well as the triad. For example, if I am fully present in a family session and my supervisor is present and not distracted, there is mutual
My opinion in this matter is that, the young couple must discover ways to establish a boundary that separates them from future children, parents and outsiders. This does not mean that parents should be excluded from every decision or arguments, but if parents always step in to settle arguments between the couple, they won’t learn to fight their own battles. This is significant because “healthy families boundaries are enough to protect independence and autonomy, and permeable enough to allow mutual support and affection.”(Michael & Richard, 2004,
Every human being has roles in a family and I feel equip to relate to these roles and understand the complexities, challenges, and strengths they bring. Professionally, I will be sensitive to the fact that each person has numerous unique experiences that shape their life. Therefore, my education and view on family has helped me recognize the importance of understanding and embracing each person’s originality; while also making it a point to do what I can to improve their
Adults must guide them in fostering a common ideal for social prospects, a pro-social self-image, and strong relationships with peers, teachers, and other adults. Strong pro-social relationships enable them to find a sense of bonding with society and also help them to find solutions for seemingly insoluble problems and to reduce their subjective need for violent compensatory phantasies. Such tragedy may seriously harm children's mental health, parents must take a corrective response. Parents may not to let children learning the news and do not over reveal inner feelings of fear. The best way to appease the child by giving them a big hug and tell them that we love
Professionals do not loose ‘authority’ and status because they remain in a considerable position but a major difference with the expert model compared to the Empowerment model is that parents are now considered as having a different expertise from the professional, bringing in the decision-making process information. An advantage of the model is that the child is considered as an individual. The professional takes in every need and view of the family and child into consideration including socio-economic, cultural and religious needs in order to decide which solution is more compatible to the child. Parents have the right to fully understand the nature of a child with Down’s syndrome, including the potential heart defects that could arise or the delay in gross and fine motor skills that is common amongst children with Down’s syndrome under the Empowerment Model. The Empowerment model avoids emphasis on a direction towards a cure and it does not focus on labels of the child but rather their personhood.
Since the dawn of time, families have impacted an individual 's beliefs, personality, and thoughts. They are the one thing people can always count on when no one else may be there for them. They love continually but, at times, it often feels good to get away from them. Family members know everything, from what can be annoying or brings a smile. This is especially true with siblings and their role in the family, which depends on when they were born.
If you can achieve the same result that your anger wants to achieve for you, it won't have to show up anymore. So it's important to understand what your anger is trying to do for you so you can find a healthier way to achieve it. If you just push your anger down, it will keep showing up, until it reaches its goal. In the end, we are emotional creatures and everything we do, we do to feel good in one way or another. Even if we're trying to be as intellectual and emotionless as possible, we're doing it because it feels good on some level.