FHS 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Positive Behavior Support, Artillery Observer, Interpersonal Communication

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Independence/Unattached Adult:
Emotional Processes:
Developmental Processes:
-Acceptance of emotional responsibility for
-Acceptance of financial responsibility for
-Maintenance of close relationships that
endure hard times and other challenges
-development of intimate peer
-differentiation of self and FOO (family
of origin)
-exploration of career goals
-establishment of work and financial
Emotional Processes:
Developmental Processes:
-acceptance to new system
-integration of values
-interdependence- occurs when you
are able to
Fully enter into a relationship with
another person
-putting the needs of others ahead of
your own
-realignment of relationships with extended
families & families
-advanced interpersonal communication
-problem-solving skills
-formation of boundaries in relationships
-formation of marital system
Parenting Babies Through Adolescence:
Emotional Processes:
Developmental Processes:
-parenting is one of the most challenging
phases of the family life cycle
-accepting new members into the system
-increased flexibility of family boundaries
-dealing with differing demands of
-joining in childrearing, financial, &
household tasks
-realignment of relationships to include
grandparent roles
-managing shifts in child development
caring for older generations
-management of multiple roles-
individual, a partner, and a parent
Launching Adult Children:
Emotional Processes: Developmental
-accepting multitude of exits from and entries into the
system "empty nest"
-dealing with disabilities and passing of loved ones
-accepting some individuals into the family system
Retirement/Senior Years:
Emotional Processes: Developmental Processes:
-accepting the shift of
generational roles
-dealing with the loss of a partner,
siblings, and other peers
-preparing for your own death
-providing support for your adult children and
extended family without doing too much
-maintain physical functioning, along with those
of your partner, as your body ages
Healthy and Unhealthy Family Functioning: April 11, 2018
Family-based protective factors:
Healthy family relationships
Healthy child-rearing practices
Low parental conflict
Parental supervision & monitoring
Supportive family structure
Extended family involvement
Other positive social support networks
Risk Factors:
Family conflict
Poor communication, parent-child bonding, child-rearing practices
Family alcohol/drug use
Parental abuse or neglect
Lack of social support/isolation
High stress levels
3 Spectrums of Parenting:
Warmth- degree of closeness or positive emotionality given to children
Demandingness- degree to which parents hold expectations for children
Autonomy Granting- degree to which parents let youth do things on their own
High or low degrees of each of these constructs is related with a specific type of
Coercive Cycle:
Child problem behavior -> parent reacts emotionally -> child escalates -> parent
withdraws or gives in -> ah ha
Managing maladaptive behavior in children:
Positive behavior support
Limit Setting:
Limit setting is the successful implementation of clear rules
Crucial to the overall well being of a child
Limit setting facilitates the development of self regulation capabilities in
CALM guidelines:
C-control your actions & thoughts
A- assess if you're too upset
L- leave if too angry
Foundation of effective limit setting
Awareness of children's daily activities
Successful implementation changes with developmental level
Four C's
Clear rules
Checking up
SANE Guidelines:
S-small is better
A-avoid punishing the parent
N- never abuse the child
E- effective consequences are those used consistently
Kids who think their parents know what they're up to do better, in contrast
adolescents whose parents are overly strict & don't give them any independence are
more likely to engage in risky behaviors
Positive Relationships & positive modeling:
Parental involvement is important
Connected vs. disconnected parent-child relationships:
Enmeshed Disconnected:
-chaotic relationships
-tight interconnections
-vague and unclear roles
-when one person becomes emotionally escalated,
the other does too
-isolated and separated
Week 2 day 2
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
7:50 PM
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