In general, most schools of feminist and multicultural counseling will consider all of the following aspects of a person's experience:
According to systemic counselors, the symptoms clients present with in counseling are viewed as:
The following statement: "At the end of the session, the client cannot say which 'side' the counselor was on," is an example of a counselor successfully achieving __________.
Systemic counselors view the presenting problem not as an individual problem but a __________one, specifically an interactional one, even if the counselor is working with an individual.
One of the most thoroughly researched family systems approaches that empirically validated treatment for treating couples is:
Feminist counselors see women as developing the self:
Systemic approaches are a set of theories that conceptualize an individual's symptoms as arising where?
The experience a client has, in which he or she rejects parts of self, becoming disconnected from the self as well as others, is referred to as:
The purpose of enactments in systemic counseling is what?
Feminist counselors use assertiveness training to help empower clients. The goal of assertiveness training is for clients to:
Family systems counselors are fundamentally strengths-based. This means focusing on each of the following:
Shifts in family structure, during the early stages of counseling, which seem like radical change but the underlying family rules remain the same, refer to what?
According to feminist and multicultural counselors, the desire for __________ is the primary motivating factor, and fundamental to an individual's sense of well-being.
One of the strengths of systems theory and it application for working with diverse populations is its __________ approach.
Gender-role analysis, a defining intervention used by feminist counselors, involves:
An example of a relational system within which systemic counselors view their clients would be:
According to feminist counselors, the personal is political, refers to the interconnectedness of a person's internal reality with political issues from the broader social context. This is true for:
__________ refers to when a system restructures its homeostasis in response to positive feedback, and the rules that govern the system fundamentally shift.
A major philosophy of feminist counseling approaches places societal issues at the heart of treatment. This is consistent with which of the following approaches?
Feminist counselors promote social activism and social justice through their own actions and with their clients. This can be accomplished by: