Table of contents for The therapist's notebook for family health care : homework, handouts, and activities for individuals, couples, and families coping with illness, loss, and disability / [edited by] Deanna Linville, Katherine Milewski-Hertlein, and associates.

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CONTENTS
About the Editors xi 
Contributors xiii 
Foreword xix 
Preface xxi 
Acknowledgments xxiii 
SECTION I: 
INTERVENTIONS FOR WORKING WITH FAMILIES 
AND CHRONIC ILLNESS 
1. The Biopsychosocial-Spiritual Interview Method 3 
Jennifer Hodgson 
Angela L. Lamson 
Lauren Reese 
2. A ¿FAST¿ Approach to Health Care 13 
Thomas M. Gehring 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
3. Increasing Social Support to Manage Chronic Illness 19 
Claudia Grauf-Grounds 
4. Doctor¿s Bag of Coping Skills 25 
Miriam Claire Godwin 
5. Coping & Adapting to Developmental Changes, Challenges, & Opportunities 
Using a Patient Education Tool in Family Therapy 31 
Layne A. Prest 
Heath Grames 
6. An Adaptive World Model for Meeting the Demands of Chronic Illness 41 
W. David Robinson 
Layne A. Prest 
Jason S. Carroll 
7. Positive and Negative Feeling Boxes 49 
Miriam Claire Godwin 
8. Extraordinary Parts: The Wife, Mother, and Survivor 53 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
Deanna Linville 
9. The Healthy Families Project 59 
Lisa Lavelle 
SECTION II: 
INTERVENTIONS FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND ILLNESS 
10. Fun with Bubbles: Relieving Childhood Pain and Physical Symptoms 67 
Olivia Chiang 
Jeri Hepworth 
Susan McDaniel 
11. The Superhero in All of Us 73 
Deanna Linville 
Michelle R. Ward 
12. The Angry Feelings Toolbox 77 
Michelle R. Ward 
Deanna Linville 
13. Why Is My Kid Doing This and What Can I do? Facilitating Family Problem 
Solving Using Scatterplots 83 
Theodore A. Hoch 
14. The ANGELS (ANeighbor Giving Encouragement, Love and Support): 
A Collaborative Project for Teens with Diabetes 91 
Tai J. Mendenhall 
William J. Doherty 
15. Facilitated Mirroring: Building Perspective in Clients with Asperger Syndrome 103 
Nan Gray Lester 
SECTION III: 
ILLNESS SPECIFIC INTERVENTIONS FOR FAMILIES 
16. Adaptation of the Family Systems-Illness Model for HIV 
or AIDS Patients and their Partners 115 
G. Bowden Templeton 
Shayne R. Anderson 
Stephanie R. Burwell 
17. Quilting As a Meaning-Making Intervention for HIV/AIDS 121 
Shoshana D. Kerewsky 
18. Family-Oriented Diabetes Management: Good Nutrition and Portion Control 127 
Carol Pflaffly 
19. Steps to an ecology of treatment: A worksheet for clients with diabetes 133 
Shoshana D. Kerewsky 
20. Every Woman¿s Problem: Self Assessment for Disordered Eating 
and Body Image Despair 143 
Margo D. Maine 
21. Put a Wrench in It 151 
Nicole M. Childs 
Stephanie Burwell 
22. Women Caring for Partners with Dementia: A Contextual Model 159 
Christine A. Fruhauf 
Jennifer T. Aberle 
23. Inviting Resiliency to Join The Family¿s Journey with Cancer 169 
Anne Prouty Lyness 
24. Exploring Mood Differences: Sports Car and K-Car Metaphor 177 
Nancy Taylor Kemp 
SECTION IV: 
INTERVENTIONS FOR WORKING WITH GRIEF AND LOSS 
25. Story Squares: Creating a Dialogue with Grieving Children 189 
Tiffany B. Brown 
26. Open Up a Window 197 
Miriam Claire Godwin 
27. Threading the Strengths of Families through Loss and Grief 203 
Miriam Claire Godwin 
Angela L. Lamson 
28. A Creative Encounter with Anticipatory Loss 209 
Claudia Grauf-Grounds 
29. Aging Parents and End of Life Decisions: Helping Families Negotiate Difficult 
Conversations 213 
Nathalie L. Kees 
Jennifer T. Aberle 
Christine A. Fruhauf 
BONUS SECTION: 
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH ILLNESS AND LOSS 
30. Achoo!: Treating Clients When the Therapist Face a Chronic Illness 221 
Katherine M. Hertlein 
31. Building Your Home Project 227 
Angela L. Lamson 
Patrick L. Meadors 
Index 235 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Family psychotherapy.
Adjustment (Psychology).
Loss (Psychology).
Family Therapy -- methods.