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John Banmen said “Virginia Satir, the pioneer of conjoint family therapy, has, over the years taught, and developed a family therapy system based on the belief that people have the resources to move their life patterns from a basic survival level to a higher level of becoming more fully human.” A brief overview of Satir’s work will define communication and self-esteem as Satir would use them, create an understanding of family dynamics, which allows the reader to fully conceptualize how Satir’s put her theory into practice. Satir breaks down communications, the giving and receiving information, into 2 categories; the denotive and the metacommunitive. Congruent communications occurs when the denotive message (the meaning of the words spoken or articulated) is the same as the metacommunitive message (messages about the message). Incongruent messages are present when the denotive and metacommunitive messages are different. Incongruent or dysfunctional communication occurs when there are different cultural meanings, different perceived meanings, and differing connotations and overgeneralizations.
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