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Psychological sources of resistance to family planning

Alan B. Keller

Psychological sources of resistance to family planning

by Alan B. Keller

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Published .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 26050
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FormatMicroform
Paginationvii, 204 l.
Number of Pages204
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Open LibraryOL1249910M
LC Control Number94895495

Family Planning Amniotic Membrane Family Planning Program Fertility Behavior Urban Middle Class These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm : Laurie Zivetz. doctoral thesis college thesis thesis template thesis proposal example example thesis how to write thesis Furthermore, in the matter of writing an essay for university or college, a student would need to advance his or her perspectives bolstered by pertinent actualities in a useful yet fascinating way.

He explains how these ideas have moulded the discipline of demography and helped to construct the family planning programme. The author looks for empirical evidence on the apparent reproductive profligacy of the poor and points to history to show repeated association between population and economic and health improvement. The most prevalent psychological treatment is counseling and marriage therapy. However, some men are still reticent to seek psychological treatment despite its potential benefits. Therefore an open discussion with the patient about the benefits of therapy could help demystify psychological counseling and encourage patients to seek services.

  Expect the consequences to be fairly immediate: More in-person time with friends and family. Less political knowledge, but also less partisan fever. A .   Resistance to change is a natural reaction when employees are asked, well, to change. Change is uncomfortable and requires new ways of thinking and doing. People have trouble developing a vision of what life will look like on the other side of a : Susan M. Heathfield.


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Merrill Palmer Quart, 16, 3,Jul ' Descriptors: Black Attitudes, Family Planning, Psychological Patterns, Social Values, Socioeconomic BackgroundCited by: Social-psychological study of resistance to family planning Resistance to family planning in rural Alabama.

Responsibility: by Jeanne Cairns Sinquefield. Author(s): Sinquefield,J C Title(s): Family factors in resistance to family planning/ J.C.

Sinquefield. In: Sinquefield, J.C. A social-psychological study of resistance to family planning in rural Alabama. Chicago, University of Chicago, Community and Family Study Center, Publisher: Description: p.

Family Planning. Family planning is a universal phenomenon, practiced in every known culture for thousands of years despite legal, moral or social restrictions.

Fertility control can be achieved through abstinence, with contraception, or through abortion. Family planning dates as far back as B.C. when the oldest known prescriptions for contraceptives came from an ancient Egyptian papyrus.

Resilience concepts and findings: implications for family therapy Michael Ruttera Resilience is a term used to describe relative resistance to psychosocial risk experiences.

There is abundant evidence that there is enormous variation possible psychological outcomes and not just a focus on an unusu-ally positive one or on super-normal Cited by: Facts for Family Planning 57 KEY FACTS TO SHARE: fAmIly plAnnInG meThodS 5.

prevent pregnancy if taken within 5 days after unprotected sex. The sooner they are taken, the more effective they are.

They are NOT meant to be used for ongoing contraception, in place of a regular method. are small, flexible plastic devices that are inserted.

ii Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers How to Obtain More Copies The Knowledge for Health Project at Johns Hopkins Psychological sources of resistance to family planning book for Communication Programs offers copies of Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers free of charge to readers in developing others.

A guide to family planning for community health workers and their clients Adapted from the WHO's Decision-Making Tool for family planning clients and providers. Purpose of this tool This flip-chart is a tool to use during family planning counselling or in group sessions with clients.

It can. Our bodies' complex inertia, or resistance to change, is important for maintaining a state of equilibrium known as homeostasis. Homeostasis helps our bodies to maintain a normal body temperature.

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This Is How The US Will Switch To % Renewable Energy By Author: Michael Milne. Resistance--any attitude or behavior of the therapist, patient, or system that resists change--is integral to every therapeutic relationship.

Family therapists are all too familiar with challenges to their professional credentials, families' reluctance to convene for treatment, cancellations, rejection of therapy, requests to exclude a family member, and numerous other maneuvers that frustrate Cited by:   Author of The Association of Small Bombs, longlisted for the National Book Award.

Rakesh Ahuja, a Government Minister in New Delhi, is beset by problems: thirteen children and another on the way; a wife who mourns the loss of her favorite TV star; and a teenaged son with some really strong opinions about family planning. To make matters worse, looming over this comical farrago.

Divorce Rate Study Published in the Catholic Social Science Review ofvolume 7 pgs. and Presented at the Pontifical Academy for Life in Vatican City, Europe And published in the Proceedings of the Academy For many years, research has pointed to substantial differences between couples who practice Natural Family Planning (NFP) and couples who use.

This particular module, Module 1: Family Planning and the Health of Women and Children and Overview of Family Planning Methods contains references to the demographic data of the country in which the training is occurring (or the home country of the participants, if that is different).

Where there are blank spaces in the text, theFile Size: KB. Psychological resistance is the phenomenon often encountered in clinical practice in which patients either directly or indirectly exhibit paradoxical opposing behaviors in presumably a clinically initiated push and pull of a change process.

It impedes the development of authentic, reciprocally nurturing experiences in a clinical setting. It is established that the common source of resistances and defenses is shame.

Studies have found that often, ‘husband/partner is opposed’ is listed as one of the primary reasons non-users report for not using contraception, and women’s lower uptake and discontinuation of contraception is strongly influenced by their male partner’s lack of proper knowledge about and resistance to the use of family planning methods Cited by: 8.

are associated with a disease outcome. With the Biopsychosocial model, stress can be examined from each of these perspectives. Firstly, biological factors like high blood pressure levels, muscle tension and an individual’s decreased resistance to disease as a result of immuno-suppression could be sources of investigation.

Psychological. family planning programs worldwide. Global funding for family planning tripled during the s and early s – and by the mids, large-scale family planning programs were active in countries (Cleland et al., ). Remarkably, the total fertility rate in developing countries also fell by more than half over this period (Sinding, ).File Size: KB.

Diagnosing the sources of resistance is the first step toward good solutions. And feedback from resistors can even be helpful in improving the process of gaining acceptance for change. What is Family Therapy / Family Counseling. Family therapy or family counseling is a form of treatment that is designed to address specific issues affecting the health and functioning of a family.

It can be used to help a family through a difficult period, a major transition, or mental or behavioral health problems in family members (“Family. Written for undergraduate courses on family processes, family dynamics, family life, the family, and/or marriage & family interaction taught in family studies, human development, psychology, sociology, social work, education, consumer sciences, home economics, health, and nursing departments, this book also appeals to those who want to maximize /5(9).Family planning helps especially low-income fathers to be less prone to suffer from illnesses such as hypertension, gastric ulcer, nervous disorders and communicable diseases.

5. Family planning helps the family members live healthy, more productive and fulfilled lives as each has been afforded the chance to discover and develop his potentials. 6.In my work as a couples therapist, I have heard a variety of excuses for not planning such time together.

Excuses range from cost and living within a budget to exhaustion from a long work week.