Lynn Kuechle

Family Coping

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Explore family processes, such as communication, connection, coordination that may influence coping (Denham, 2003)


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  • Examine factors that increase protection of family
  • Identify factors that pose rise for family
  • Discuss meaning of events to individual and family
  • Dialogue about family past experiences that may influence current experience
  • Identify individual and family unit perception of resources
  • Explore individual and family unit perception of support
  • Suggest coping techniques that are acceptable to the family, such as support groups, activities, gathering information and helping family members
  • Guide family in communication about processes that will support coping


(Boss, 2002; Lazarus & Folkman, 1984; McCubbin & McCubbin, 1993)



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