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Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Its Effective Use in Agency Settings (Haworth Marriage and the Family)

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – June 2003
A counselor and psychotherapist provide a practical guide to individual and group solution-focused therapy. Addresses the basic interventions and philosophy, points of contrast with more traditional approaches, principles behind particular techniques, the maintenance of therapeutic gains, and effect
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ISBN-13: 9780789015532
ISBN-10: 0789015536
Pagini: 266
Dimensiuni: 166 x 226 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.56 kg
Editura: Routledge
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Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Why Change an Entire Agency's Focus to Solution-Focused Therapy What to Expect from This Book Chapter 1. The Solution-Focused Basics Solution-Focused Therapy Basics The Miracle Question Exception Questions A Brief History of Scaling Scaling Questions Difference Questions Relationship Questions Compliments As Interventions The Rewards of Becoming Solution Focused Summary Chapter 2. Individual Session Road Map Chips on Their Shoulders Individual Session Map Summary Chapter 3. Solution-Focused Groups The Effects of Clients' Past Problem-Oriented Group Experiences Group Session Map The Importance of Cotherapy in Groups Summary Chapter 4. Many Miracles: Adaptations and Applications of the Miracle Question Beware of the Perils of Problem Solving Principles Behind the Miracle Question Applying the Miracle Question Elements Summary Chapter 5. Sustaining the Miracle Changing the Focus Emergency Roadside Repair Kit Relapse Prevention with Reluctant Clients When to Use the Emergency Roadside Repair Kit Summary Chapter 6. This Is Stupid, I Don't Need This, and I Don't Want to Be Here : Working with Adolescents The Paradoxical Population Challenging Our Old Assumptions About Adolescents Limit Setting and the Solution-Focused Approach Relational Questions with Adolescents Relational Questions As a Way to Work with Families Scaling and Therapeutic Analogies to Kindle Hope Working with Younger Children Summary Chapter 7. The Art of Speaking French : Interagency Diplomacy Working with Other Professionals Solution-Focused Case Management Identifying Evidence of a Client's Potential for Success Solution-Focused Treatment Plans Termination How Client Charts Can be Helpful to Solution-Focused Therapists Viewing Governing Agencies As Clients Summary Chapter 8. Solution-Focused Supervision: Leading from One Step Behind Why Do Solution-Focused Supervision Adapting Solution-Focused Skills to a Supervisory Context The Practical Structure of Solution-Focused Supervision Principles for Initiating Solution-Focused Supervision in an Established Agency Getting Staff to Stay Summary Chapter 9. Maintaining the Team's Miracle: Observations from Our Solution-Focused Team The Impact of Our Supervision Team Norms Maintaining the Team Miracle Summary Chapter 10. Case Examples of Clients Who Changed Their Lives and Our Way of Working A Case of Quiet Rebellion Jim Tracy Julie Connie Kerry Elaine Summary Epilogue: The Parable of the Nomads Appendix. Reflections from Our Solution-Focused Treatment Team Notes Bibliography Index