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Module 1 | Beyond Compliments: Using Solution-Focused Therapy

Program Information

Outline

Introduction to SFT

Case Studies: Is this situation too difficult for SFT?

Problem vs. Solution

Perception video

 

Guiding Steps to Solutions

Hearing the clients concern

Goal Setting

Exception seeking

Motivation strategy

Strategy building

 

Solution-Focused Principles

Overview of SFT principles

Redescription exercise

An exercise in hope

How writing notes can motivate clients

The miracle question

 

Using a Solution-Focused Approach

Exercise: What are your solutions

Externalizing problems

Assisting clients who have been sexually abused

Grief and loss

SFT and ACE’s

Dangerous Habits

 

SFT and Group Work

Healthy Habits

Chemical free

Objectives

  1. Identify how Solution-Focused Therapy helps the client to be an active participant in the therapy process
  2. Apply an SFT framework to clinical practice to improve outcomes
  3. Identify the Five Steps of SFT and how they can move clients from their "best hopes" for therapy to finding real solutions
  4. Analyze case studies of SFT application to clinical practice.
  5. Examine how Solution-Focused Therapy can be individualized for client populations such as children, adults, and families

Copyright : 12/31/2015

Module 2 | Solution Focused Therapy For Couples: An Evidence-Based Approach for Dynamic Results

Program Information

Outline

INTRODUCTION OF SOLUTION FOCUSED PRINCIPLES

 

SOLUTION FOCUSED THERAPY WITH COUPLES

 

SESSION STRUCTURE WITH VIDEO

 

INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATION

Objectives

  1. Identify the tenets and assumptions of Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)
  2. Demonstrate how to structure a session from start to finish using the SFT approach
  3. Perform skills required to be effective with SFT when working with couples
  4. Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of using SFT in clinical practice

Copyright : 11/06/2014