Presentation on theme: "Psych 222 Person of the Ct: Application Levels of Analysis Cases Talking to Cts about Marginalization Contextual Interviewing Practice."— Presentation transcript:
Psych 222 Person of the Ct: Application Levels of Analysis Cases Talking to Cts about Marginalization Contextual Interviewing Practice
Levels of Analysis Micro-system: immediate environment, face to face interactions, socialization Exo-systems: ed/gov’t/religious/pro. systems and social policies, standards Macro-systems: Ideologies, social movements, stratification, globalization Age, race, gender, class, orientation, ability all operate as coordinates, define privilege Tapestry, think contextually, act personally
Looking at Cases Focus on resilience and resistance Levels of analysis to consider in etiology Levels of analysis to consider for tx Abby Scott Anna & Sergei Why is the integrated model useful for tx? What are limitations of this model? What are the implications for social change?
Talking to Cts about Marginalization I’m wondering if there were times you felt as if you didn’t belong. It sounds as if you always felt different. I am wondering what it was/is like for you to grow up/work/go to school in an … environment. That sounds exhausting. That sounds like a lot of pressure. How have you coped? You didn't deserve that. That makes me angry/sad to hear you went through that. It takes a lot of strength/courage to face that.
Contextual Interviewing: Micro Level How would you describe your health? Do you have access to health care? Who do you consider your family? How would you describe your family? What was your relationship like growing up? What is your relationship with family like now? What role do friends play in your life? How satisfied are you with your friendships How do you feel about school/work? How would you describe your neighborhood? Where do you feel a sense belonging?
Contextual Interview: Identities What roles do you play that are important to who you are (e.g. mom)? What groups or communities or cultural traditions do you identify with as important to who you are? What role does religion play in your life? Are there rights (legally or socially) you wish you had? Are there things you’d like to change in society (or about your school)?
Contextual Interview: “The Problem” To what extent does this problem affect how you see yourself? To what extent does this problem get in the way of things you’d like to do? How much distress does this problem cause you? Physically? Emotionally? Time spent with it? What types of connections or supports do you wish you had to help you get through this problem? What kinds of actions would you like to be able to take to make this situation better?