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Evaluating and Treating Families

The McMaster Approach

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        LC ClassificationsMarch 23, 2005
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        Paginationxvi, 64 p. :
        Number of Pages65
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        ISBN 100415951585
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For some treatments, the most accessible source of information on treatment efficacy may be the judgment of health care professionals Evaluating and Treating Families patients who have experience with the treatments. Find more information about: ISBN: 0415951577 9780415951579 0415951585 9780415951586 OCLC Number: 56672075 Description: xiv, 340 pages ; 24 cm Contents: Development and historical background -- The McMaster model of family functioning -- The problem centered systems therapy of the family -- Training in the problem centered systems therapy of the family -- Assessments developed for the McMaster model -- Research using Evaluating and Treating Families McMaster model -- Frequently asked questions.

FAMILY IMPACT Genetic and environmental factors contribute to the development of SUDs. has medical staff available to evaluate individuals who are suffering with a mental health issue or addiction. The second dimension is clinical utility, the applicability, feasibility, and usefulness of the intervention in the local or specific setting where it is to be offered. The clinical utility of a guideline may be evaluated through such mechanisms as examining the extent to which it leads to improved therapeutic outcomes in different populations and different settings.

Guideline panels should consider what training is required of the health care professional and whether it is readily available. Guideline panels should take these factors into consideration and particularly should avoid encouraging an overly mechanistic approach that could undermine the treatment relationship.

Family systems theory and attachment theory are theoretical models that provide a framework for understanding how SUDs affect the family. It is a very important and impressive piece of scholarly work, which embraces and builds upon other earlier models. Care plans for patients with chronic suicidal ideation include these same steps, as well as referral for specialty care. SUDs can disrupt these developmental tasks depending on who has the SUD and at what developmental stage the family is in when the SUD develops.

It is intended to facilitate and assist the evaluation of treatment guidelines but is not intended to be mandatory, exhaustive, or definitive and may not be applicable to every situation. 4 Guidelines take into account research and relevant clinical consensus concerning the age and developmental level of the patient. The purpose of this document is to provide criteria to assist in the determination of the strengths and weaknesses of each guideline.

It is important to consider the method and rationale for selecting participants and how closely the resulting sample represents the population and phenomena of interest.

The Impact of Substance Use Disorders on Families and Children: From Theory to Practice

At the minimum, useful information can be exchanged, potential difficulties identified, and plans can be made for addressing agreed-upon problems. Her father obtained full custody of her after being contacted by the domestic violence shelter where she was living with her mother and younger brother. Therefore, the impact of substance use disorders SUDs on the family and individual family members merits attention.

Teens may follow model of parent with SUD. There is a way to do this that is sensitive and does not put the person on the defensive. Methods of Assessing Family Functioning A number of self-reported and interview-based family assessment instruments have been developed and described.