Portland State University. School of Social Work
Sandra C. Anderson
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Family psychotherapy, Crisis intervention (Mental health services)
1 online resource (105 p.)
The theoretical underpinnings of Washington County Children's Services Division (CSD) Immediate Conflict-Resolution Family Treatment Program include the systems theory of family therapy with a focus on communication and roles. One of the many approaches to helping families in crisis, it incorporates theories regarding assessment of and intervention in families in crisis. Finally, while it draws upon several different approaches to family therapy, the Washington County program is most closely related to Multiple Impact Therapy (MIT). Thus, a review of relevant literature must address portions of the above enumerated theories that illuminate the thinking behind the Immediate Conflict- Resolution Family Treatment Program. While each of the four components of the literature review (systems theory, family crisis theory, assessment of families in crisis, and Multiple Impact Therapy) represents a topic area of breadth and complexity, the aspects of each topic area which seem most relevant to Washington County's MIT project have been reviewed.
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Abikoff, Jacqueline H.; Anderson, Dennis C.; Bowman, Patricia C.; Caylor, Carolyn Crawford; Freeland, Nancy W.; Godfrey, Jan A.; Graham, Marlene; Hall, Kelly Ann Mason; Hatzenbeler, Mary J.; Hedlund, Susan C.; Kast, Carol Lewis; Lansky, Gayle Matson; Lewis, Janet M.; Muldoon, Kathleen Patricia; Stoudt, Victoria A. G.; and Waage, Anita, "Multiple impact therapy : evaluation and design for future study" (1980). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3461.
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