5 edition of Family stress found in the catalog.
|Statement||David Rosenthal, volume editor.|
|Series||The Family therapy collections,, 22|
|Contributions||Rosenthal, David, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||RC455.4.F3 F39 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||87011401|
The Handbook of Stress, Trauma, and the Family is broken down into three sections, compiling research, theory and practice. The first section focuses on how traumatic stress affects intimate others, what familial characteristics affect individual susceptibility to trauma, as well as evaluation of the effectiveness of various by: National Center for PTSD Understanding PTSD: A Guide for Family and Friends I would never give up on my dad, in his lowest moments. I didn’t like the things he was doing, and I didn’t understand them, but you learn what he’s overcome, and you learn what he deals with, and I think that only strengthens the love. —Donald Sullivan, Jr.
Family Stress Theory Family stress theory defines and explores the periodic, acute stressors that happen to all families. When these stressors become frequent or if the individual or family lacks the support of significant relationships, this build-up can lead to personal and family crises, including physical, emotional, or relational trauma. Family is family; they can be a source of comfort or the main source of stress at times, but they’re still a big part of your life. We think that we should agree all the time and get along in order.
Rather than emphasizing the problems themselves, this volume examines the prevention of family problems that are caused by stress. It helps readers understand the process of recognizing and managing events and situations that cause high stress in families and why some families go under and some survive in a context of change and tension. The first book-length synthesis of current research . “I am excited to introduce my graduate social work students to this significantly revised third edition of Family Stress Management. Grounded in the latest research literature and clearly written, this book offers its readers an integrative framework, the Contextual Model of Family Stress, that advances understanding of and practice with families facing adversity and positive challenges.
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The author emphasizes the need for a more general contextual model of family stress that may be applicable to a wider diversity of people and families as well as a wider variety of stresses and crises than other models. The goal is to provide a framework for students and professionals engaged in helping families learn how to manage their stress/5(5).
This anthology, comprised of 23 major articles from the family stress literature, addresses questions surrounding the increasingly diverse and complex family situations of stress and crisis. This volume provides the family stress community Family stress book an accessible, coherent compilation of writings by past, present and emerging family stress scholars.5/5(2).
Family stress book anthology, comprised of 23 major articles from the family stress literature, addresses questions such as the increasingly diverse and complex family situations of stress and crisis.
This volume provides the family stress community with an accessible, coherent compilation of writings by past, present and emerging family stress scholars.
The Third Edition of Family Stress Management by Pauline Boss, Chalandra M. Bryant, and Jay A. Mancini continues its original commitment to recognize both the external and internal contexts in which distressed families find by: Family Stress, Coping, and Resilience book.
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The first book-length synthesis of current research on family stress, this unique text provides students with a basic understanding of where the field is today and speculates on the focus of future research; it is invaluable for classes in family studies, marriage, family therapy and related (15).
This book provides an inclusive framework, the Contextual Model of Family Stress (CMFS), for family stress intervention and prevention with new emphasis on resilience, community, and diversity.
Multicultural differences in meaning and coping are illustrated with new information about a universal stressor—a death in the family. FOR TEENS. Stress - A great book for explaining what stress is, the difference between good stress and bad stress, and symptoms you may get when you are stressed, plus ideas for what to do.
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Family stress theories first emerged in the s and s (Angell, ; Koos, ). The most influential family stress theory (ABC-X theory) was proposed by Hill (), and was further developed by Burr () and McCubbin and Patterson ().
4 Family Stress Management. Overall, stress in couples and families is normal and, occasionally, as the. cartoon with the trapeze artist shows, even fun and desirable. Stress is also inevitable because people (and therefore families) develop, mature, and change over time.
With any change comes disturbance—what we call stress. Family. Why do some families rebound from stress with seeming ease while others seem to struggle. This anthology, comprised of 23 major articles from the family stress literature, addresses questions such as the increasingly diverse and complex family situations of stress and crisis.
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The first comprehensive text on stress and crisis management specifically tailored to courses focusing on the family Organized by stress model, this book helps readers understand the relationships among models, research, crisis prevention, and crisis management with individuals and families.
Stress can interrupt family functioning and may negatively influence the general well-being of everyone involved. There are many possible sources of stress, and you may find yourself experiencing multiple at the same time.
Though some stress is inevitable in the family unit, too much can contribute to increased dysfunction. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. Weber, J G'The history of stress theory', in Individual and family stress and crises, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, pp.viewed 2 Maydoi: /n1.
Weber, Janice G. "The History of Stress. The book makes a unique contribution to the family stress field." --Journal of Marriage and the Family "Highly recommended to professionals and students in the fields of health promotion, social work, and family and mental health in all settings (work, religious, community, provider, etc.).
Family stress is defined as disturbance in the steady state of the family system. The disturbance can emerge from the outside context (e.g., war, unemployment), from inside the family (e.g., death; divorce), or both simultaneously. In any case, the family system’s equilibrium is threatened or disturbed.
She is former president of NCFR and a family therapist in private practice. InDr. Boss wrote the first edition of Family Stress Management with a subsequent edition in For the third edition, she invited Chalandra Bryant and Jay Mancini to be her co-authors.
Each edition has considerably advanced the Contextual Model of Family Stress/5(15).Family Stress, Coping, & Resilience: The Challenges and Experiences of Modern Families presents research and scholarship on different family stressors and the challenges and experiences of families as they try to cope and bounce back from adversity.
The text presents work from an array of disciplines and authors that serve to highlight the various complexities of stressors in.Stress has many forms and impacts people of all ages, social strata, employment and geographies. It is impossible to predict the stress levels for an individual.
Still children, teens, working parents and seniors are among the groups that confront most stress factors related to life transitions.