This edition: Family Communication Framework: Part II
Reviews the supporting functions of a family system, including the creation of congruent images and central family themes.Students learn to discern family boundaries (i.e. rigid, flexible, non-existent), and to define meaningful biosocial issues, such as position, person, and gender orientation. The class also explores how the systemic nature of the family applies to family structure.
Featured interview: Dr. Charles Wilkinson, Marriage and Family Therapist