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Anxiety and the Nuclear Family System
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Anxiety and the Nuclear Family System
Joan Jurkowski, MS
This clinical case was presented at a faculty case conference in May 2017. Identifying data have been altered to ensure confidentiality. The case is a description of how anxiety is managed in a nuclear family after a series of difficult life events. The theory posits that under increased anxiety, spouses manage tension in one of several ways. These are: conflict in the marriage, projection onto a child, and distance and/or dysfunction in a spouse. The presenter describes how all these mechanisms played out in this case study, with the exception of marital conflict.

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