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The purpose of the opening activity “Make a list of…” was to increase the participants understanding of the daily stress navigating their family and friends, for clients who identify as LGTBQ+.
What is the difference for an individual who identifies as non-binary versus gender non-conforming?
When providing family therapy, it is important to know that themes identified for youth coming out to families include (check all that apply):
What should be done during a caregiver session when working with a LGTBQ youth and their family (check all the apply):
What should be done during a youth individual session when working with a LGTBQ youth and their family (check all the apply):
Family session should include addressing the caregiver’s love and worry/criticism for the youth, while the therapist continues to explore the experience of the relationship in session.
Therapist must be prepared to respond with curiosity while holding space for everyone to have a voice in the family session. In order to do this the family therapist must (check all that apply):
What a family therapist does when working with a person who identifies as part of the LGTBQ community is very different than what happens with other youth and their families in a therapy sessions.
When working with youth and families it is important to aid caregivers in remembering that adolescents is a time of ________________________.
Regardless of their gender or sexual preference all youth need to receive______________________ . This is imperative because accidental rejection is inevitable in the caregiver-youth relationship.
Roleplay is a key component to building skill as a family therapist. One of the benefits of using role play to promote growth and development of the therapist is:
Family therapists will experience large emotions because of the isomorphic process. This experience is valuable as it tells us what is missing in the youth-caregiver relationship needs to be increased. It is important when large emotional experiences happen the family therapist work through the ______________.
See, Understand, Respond was presented as the checklist of engaging with families and youth in order to maintain focus during session and through tension. What was helpful about the check for you as the participant?
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it will be reviewed and possibly adjusted after submission.