By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss three stages of life satisfaction after divorce.
-Describe five steps regarding coping with divorce.
-Discuss five considerations regarding moderation of divorce on children.
-Discuss four interventions on divorce hostility.
-Discuss four methods regarding self-worth and divorce.
-Describe three steps regarding satisfaction trajectories and divorce.
-Describe two steps regarding divorce anxiety.
-Discuss five emotional distress from infdelity.
-Discuss three intuitions about fault after divorce.
-Discuss two types of divorce stress.
-Discuss five adjustments regarding substance use outcomes in divorced families.
-Discuss four indications of cooperation after divorce.
-Discuss six moderators of divorce outcomes.
-Discuss three trajectories of life after divorce.
-Explain approximately what percentage of marriages end in divorce.
-Explain why many clinicians, like the society in which they operate, rarely recognize the full extent of men's losses in divorce.
-Name two suggestions for how help should be offered.
-Explain what was the “biggest casualty” in terms of children’s contact with key family members.
-Explain how the results of a divorce can be anxiety – provoking for an infant though some may think that infants are too young to be affected by divorce.
-Explain what variable had the highest direct effect on father psychological well-being postdivorce.
-Explain how age was related to psychological distress in postdivorce fathers.
-Name two questions that were the focal points of the study discussed in the section.
-Explain what is the primary want for children coping with their parent's separation in addition to maintaining contact with non-resident parents.
-Name what four feelings do children of divorce tend to share, regardless of the level of interparental conflict.
-Explain the “first, powerful tool of couplework.”
-Name three important skills needed for couplework.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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