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Calgary Family Assessment Model

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Nancy Archibald

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Transcript of Calgary Family Assessment Model

Calgary Family Assessment and Intervention Model
Family Assessment
Structural
Developmental
Functional
Family Intervention
Asking questions
Offering Commendations
Providing Information
Validating or normalizing emotional responses
encouraging narratives
encouraging family support
encouraging family caregivers
encouraging respite
Linear Questions
Circular questions
difference
behavioral
future oriented
triadic
Structural Assessment
Internal- use a genogram
- family composition
- gender
- rank order - age
Not limited to traditional family




Two or more individuals who depend on each other for emotional, physical and economic support. The members of the family are self defined. (Hanson, 2001)

Family is a complex-relational experience where family is a complex process where economic, emotional, context and experience are interwoven and multilayered. (Doane & Varcoe, 2005)

External - use an ecomap
- Extended Families
- Larger systems
Context
-Ethnicity
-Race
-Social Class
-Religion
-Spirituality
-Environment
Aunts and Uncles
Aunts and Uncles
add ages
illnesses
lifestyle habits
social factors
determinants of health

Functional Assessment
Developmental Assessment
Stage the family is in
Tasks of the family
Attachments within the family
attachment diagram
leaving home
emerging young adults
joining of families through marriage union
families with young children
launching children
moving on to mid life
families in late middle age
families nearing the end of life

Instrumental functioning:
Activity of Daily Living (ADL's)
Expressive functioning:
Communication patterns
Emotional communication
Verbal
Non-verbal
circular communication patterns
problem solving
roles
beliefs
alliances and coalitions
Strength and resiliency based interventions.
It answers the question “In what domain of family functioning does this intervention intend to change and is this a fit for this family?” Domains are cognitive, affective (emotions or feelings) and behavioral.
Promote, improve or sustain family functioning in any of the three domains. A change in one will have an effect on another




Calgary Intervention Model

Based on interventions related to communication, systems and change theory
Linear – explore the family member’s descriptions. Find more information.
Circular questions reveal explanations. – Who in your family is most interested in your mother’s diet? How does your sister show she is anxious?
Difference questions – What is different about your daily routine now that Jack is home?
Futuristic Questions - How do you think you will plan your meals once you start school?
Triadic question - What does your mother think of Sally becoming a vegetarian?
When setting up the questions they can be in the affective, cognitive and/or behavioral domains.


Asking questions
Offering Commendations
Providing Information
Validating or normalizing emotional responses
encouraging narratives
encouraging family support
encouraging family caregivers
encouraging respite
Family Interventions
Develop Hypothesis
A tentative pre-proposition or hunch that provides a basis for further information. It is not really what we thinking the clients are telling us, but what they think they are telling us. (We are looking through their eyes and senses). "Do I see patterns here?"

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