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What did the Milwaukee Model: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Rather than problem exploration -Helped clients focus on times when the problem was absent. Call exceptions.
No problems reoccurs with the same:
frequency, intensity and duration
What are the 6 differences between brief and long-term therapy
Brief has:specific objectives
Directive techniques, Communication: Solution Focused
Long-term has: Claear plan, treatment of symptoms is legitimized, responsibility for accomplishing goals.
What are the key assumptions of growth focused therapy? 11
1-3
1.All people are created in the image of God and as image bearers have INFINITE value and worth.
2.ALL had sinned and fall short of the glory of God.
3.GFBT acknowledges the value of DIFFERENCES.
What are the key assumptions of growth focused therapy? 11
4-6
4.The Psalms 139:23-24 Principle-Taking Personal Responsibility for Growth.
5.Change is INEVITABLE, growth is OPTIONAL.
6.SMALL changes can be significant.
What are the key assumptions of growth focused therapy? 11
7-9
7.People bring many RESOURCES into the counseling session. Effective therapy builds on client's STRENGTHS rather than dwelling on the weaknesses.
8.Problems are solved, growth is encouraged, people aren't CURED.
9.FAILURE can be an invaluable resource for learning (II Cor. 12:7-10)
What are the key assumptions of growth focused therapy? 11
10-11
10.The most effective treatment takes into account the WHOLE person: body, soul and spirit.
11.Cultivating EMOTIONAL Intelligence (EQ) is a critical dimension of the growth process.
What is the EQ framework?
Self-awareness
Self-management
Social Awareness
Relationship Management
What are the 7 Essential Focal Shifts of Growth-Focused Therapy?
1-4
1.From change to GROWTH
2.From weaknesses to STRENGTHS
3.From the past to the PRESENT
4.From problems to POSSIBILITIES
What are the 7 Essential Focal Shifts of Growth-Focused Therapy?
5-7
5.From excuses to EXCEPTIONS
6.From uniformity to UNIQUENESS
7.From head to HEART
Growth is induced by:
The presence of something and not the absence of something.
Many clients will experience some change between _____ and the first session.
The initial phone call.
Insoo Kim Berg determined the status of the client as (3)
1.The Visitor-I don't need any help I'm fine.
2.The Complainant-I don't need any help its someone else.
3.The Customer-I really want to work.
What are the 1st session tasks in Brief Therapy?
1. History of the problem
2. Explore attempted solutions
3. Determine spiritual resources
4. Family history
5. Previous counseling & assessment.
6. Medical history
7. Substance use
8.Assessment of sucidality or homicidality.
What are the 1st session tasks for Growth-Focused Therapy?
1.Medical history
2.Encourage aerobic exercise
3.Bibliotherapy
4. Other homework
5. Encourage diagnosis
6. Testing and assessment
7.Spiritual component