|Family Stress and Coping|
|CLASS CODE:||FAML 360||CREDITS: 3|
|DIVISION:||EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT|
|DEPARTMENT:||CHILD & FAMILY STUDIES|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|CATALOG DESCRIPTION:||An overview of various family stressors over the life cycle. Exploration of the origin and nature of stress. Theories, programs and practices related to understanding and coping with these experiences.|
|DESCRIPTION:||An overview of various family stressors over the life cycle. Exploration of the origin and nature of stress. Theories, programs and practices related to understanding and coping with these experiences.
|TOPICS:||The Problems of Stress, The Dynamics of Stress, The Family as "R" Rated, The Abuse of Children, Systems Theory, The Fantasy Bond & The Family Sculpt, The Nature of Stress, Family and Home Stress, The Energies, Family Crisis and Coping, Four Fold Survival, The Addictive Cycle, The Paradigm of Addiction, Process Trauma, Regaining the Sanctuary, The Art of Selfhood, The Spiritual Birthright, and Energy Paradigms|
|OBJECTIVES:||Students taking this class will be exposed to the origins and dynamics of primary stress and the subsequent loss of sanctuary. Secondary stress is caused by addictive maladjustment to the subsequent loss of sanctuary and primary stress. In other words, the accommodation one makes to primary stress becomes the problem. The neuro-biology and chemistry of trauma, threat and stress will be explored and explained. Stress management in this culture often becomes an adjustment or fix to allow the dysfunctional-stressful living to continue. A critical look at family life with its stress induced activities and attitudes will be considered
|REQUIREMENTS:||Students will be required to attend classes, turn in Book Reviews, Website Lesson Reviews,a Journal and a Paper.
For more information please go to: www2.byui.edu/Ricks/employee/FARNWORTHM/Default.htm
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 2001|