Population-Based Family Treatments

Answer the questions below by using chapter 15 of your textbook.1. Schools can influence how a child develops and increases a child’s ability to socialize.? True? False2. Family therapy can be very beneficial in treating family members who have depression, anxiety disorders, substance abuse and other types of mental health disorders.? True? False3. While substance abuse affects an individual, it is often good to build family supports to help a family member remain sober from drugs or alcohol.? True? False4. Family illness never has a negative impact on or disrupts family systems and the family member who gets ill can always fulfill their role.? True? False5. Men and women always have the same gender role expectations within a family, and they never differ.? True? False6. Caregivers of chronically ill family members can get stressed and overburdened in their caretaker role.? True? False7. Families can experience financial hardship if one family member who is a breadwinner becomes chronically ill.? True? False8. Mental illness can be very devastating for families and can disrupt family systems.? True? False9. When elderly family members have a stroke or develop certain diseases like Alzheimer’s it can cause the roles of other family members to change.? True? False10. Sometimes families experience different types of losses when a family member becomes ill, such as loss of functioning, loss of intimacy or even loss by death of a family member.? True? FalseReflection Reflect on what you have learned this week to help you respond to the question below.11. It is very important for parents to be actively involved in a child’s education and attend school functions as an extra layer of support for the child who has a mental health illness. There are also many other ways that parents can support children with mental illness.a. Why is it important tor parents to be actively involved a child’s education and attend school functions for a child with mental illness?Type answer hereb. What is another way parents can support children with mental illness?Type answer heres12. Unscheduled life events can have different effects on different members of the family. For instance, with death of a child, a mother might constantly cry and express her grief openly, while a father might still grieve, but keep his feelings to himself. Describe an example of an unscheduled life event and explain how it can affect family members differently.a. Example of unscheduled life event:Type answer hereb. Explain how it could affect family members differently:Type answer here13. Describe an unexpected life event in your family and explain how you coped with it.a. Description of unexpected life event:Type answer hereb. Explanation of how you coped:Type answer here14. In 1969, psychiatrist and death-and-dying expert Elizabeth Kubler-Ross wrote a book called On Death and Dying which introduced the 5 Stages of Grief; which are 1) Denial, 2) Anger 3) Bargaining 4) Depression 5) Acceptance. Read more about the founder of the 5 Stages of Grief by clicking here (press click/control at the same time to open the link).Current research suggests that not everyone who experiences a loss falls into the 5 Stages of Grief. When Kubler Ross developed them to describe the process patients go through as they come to terms with their terminal illnesses not what family members experience due to loss. Click here to learn more. Click here to learn about the real stages of grief. Explain how you would deal with a client who is experiencing grief.Type answer here

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