Mastering Competencies Family Therapy 2nd Edition By Gehart -Test Bank
“Mastering Competencies in Family Therapy: A Practical Approach to Theory and Clinical Case Documentation” is a textbook by Diane R. Gehart, intended for graduate-level courses in family therapy. The book focuses on the essential competencies necessary for becoming an effective family therapist, including building relationships, assessment, treatment planning, case management, and ethical considerations. The accompanying test bank provides instructors with a variety of questions, including multiple choice, true/false, and short answer questions, to assess students’ understanding and mastery of the material.
The test bank includes a total of 400 questions, divided into 13 chapters. The questions cover key concepts and theories in family therapy, such as Bowenian, Structural, and Solution-Focused approaches. There are also questions on assessment and treatment planning, including questions on genograms, eco-maps, and cultural considerations in therapy. In addition, the test bank covers topics related to case management, such as working with families in crisis, conducting effective therapy sessions, and ethical and legal issues in family therapy.
The questions in the test bank are designed to challenge students and encourage critical thinking about the material covered in the book. They provide instructors with a valuable tool for assessing students’ comprehension and application of key concepts and skills in family therapy. The test bank can be used to develop quizzes, exams, and other assessments, and provides instructors with a convenient way to evaluate student progress and tailor their teaching approach to meet the needs of each student.
Table of contents:
1. Competency and Theory in Family Therapy.
2. Research and Ethical Foundations of Family Therapy Theories.
3. Philosophical Foundations of Family Therapy Theories.
4. Systemic and Strategic Therapies.
5. Structural Family Therapy.
6. Experiential Family Therapies.
7. Intergenerational and Psychoanalytic Family Therapies.
8. Cognitive-Behavioral and Mindfulness-Based Couple and Family Therapies.
9. Solution-Based Therapies.
10. Collaborative and Narrative Therapies.
11. Evidence-Based Treatments in Couple and Family Therapy.
12. Evidence-Based Group Treatments for Couples and Families.
13. Case Conceptualization.
14. Clinical Assessment.
15. Treatment Planning.
16. Evaluating Progress in Therapy.
17. Document It: Progress Notes.