Differences Between EFFT And EFT

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Emotionally focused family therapy:
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The basic goal of EFFT is:
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The format for EFFT sessions is:
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EFFT therapist skills include:
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List three examples of when attachments may compete in families:
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The positions of pursue/withdraw are different in families than in couples primarily because:
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List three comments you could make that would validate these parents without invalidating the children.
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List three comments you could make that would validate these children without invalidating the parents.
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How would you formulate the negative interactional cycle?
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What interventions would you use in the beginning session with this family? (more than one correct answer)
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How would you intervene to begin to access this father’s primary emotion and how would you frame the emotions in attachment terms?
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How would you begin to access this son’s underlying emotions and how would you frame the emotions in attachment terms?
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List three comments you could make that would validate this mom without invalidating the other family members.
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List three comments you could make that would validate this dad without invalidating other family members.
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List three comments you could make that would validate this teenager without invalidating other family members.
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How would you formulate the negative cycle in this family and begin to access the underlying emotions?
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Pick which would be EFFT interventions with this family in this session? (more than one correct answer)
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How would you intervene to begin to access this mother’s primary emotions, and how would you frame the emotions in attachment terms?
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How would you intervene to begin to access this daughter’s primary emotions and how would you frame the emotions in attachment terms?