Understanding the Impact of Family Counselling on Dysfunctional Families’ spiritual Intelligence and Self-Differentiation
Vasavi Samyukta Ganji, Dr. Ravinranath K Murthy
Dysfunctional Families, Family Counselling, Spiritual Intelligence, Self-Differentiation, etc.
During a tragedy, healthy households appear to adjust to regular functioning. Problems in broken homes, on the other hand, are more likely to be persistent, and children's needs are not often fulfilled. In the lives of their offspring, negative trends of parental activity appear to predominate. Any disorder that interferes with proper family functioning is considered family dysfunction. Stressful events (a family member's suicide, a parent's medical illness, etc.) affect the functioning of most households at some stage. Disruptive communities (e.g., divorce, parental drug dependence, low socioeconomic status, permissive parenting styles) have been described as harmful factors that lead to sexually unsafe behaviour in female teens, especially in households with stepparents. Family counseling is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on fostering transformation and growth of communities and personal relationships. It stresses the importance of family relationships in one's psychological well-being. Family issues are examined in the context of family involvement rather than focusing only on particular participants. It sees 'shift' as a mechanism of interrelationships between family members. The aim of this essay is to examine the impact of family counseling on the moral intelligence and self-difference of dysfunctional families.
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Unique Paper ID: 151328

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 21 - 25
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