Insoo Kim Berg

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  • Cultural Identity: South Korea And Grew Up In The United States

    I was born in South Korea and grew up in America. As a person who has dual-citizenship, it is nice to know that I have another home. When I become legal, I will have to choose which country I would like to have citizenship in and that would be a bit challenging. The United States is a place where I would want to continue my education while Korea is where I would like to reside in without having to have a work visa or get married to a native. Korea, my first home, is a country that I always look…

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  • Similarities Between North Korea And 1984

    there are many examples of Big Brother using power over citizens to achieve his goals. There is a lot of propaganda in both cases; in 1984’s case, Oceania uses propaganda to confirm loyalty to Big Brother, and North Korea uses propaganda to glorify the Kim dynasty. There are many actions that North Korea and the novel 1984 share,…

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  • Kim Jong Un Image Analysis

    his clothes, one can assume that he has earned some kind of military honor. This man is Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of the People’s Democratic Republic of North Korea. He is thirty-two years old and he took this position when his father, Kim Jong-Il, died of a heart attack a few years ago. His father was known as a ruthless dictator; has his son followed in his footsteps? The reason why this picture of Kim Jong-un was selected is because they are staged. They were chosen to deliberately…

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  • The Korean War: The 38th Parallel

    The Korean War was a military clash between the Republic of Korea, supported by the United Nations, and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, strengthened by the People's Republic of China, with military material guide from the Soviet Union. The war was a significance of the physical division of Korea by an assention of the successful Allies at the finish of the Pacific War toward the end of World War II. ((Boose, Donald W) The inability to hold free races all through the Korean Peninsula…

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  • Dystopian Society In George Orwell's 1984

    The future is conquered by mysterious unknowns. In a world that lives in the present, the future's outcome holds the scariest time for change that will shape society either for better or for worse. George Orwell's novel, 1984, portrays a dystopian society managed by a totalitarian government that forces their ideologies on their people in a (mainly) psychological demeanor. Essentially, it is a novel that hints at a pessimistic future that will unravel, given contemporary of society's reliance…

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  • Essay On North Korean Government

    When they eventually get over the overwhelming new freedoms, their lifestyle will be changed dramatically and forever. On the flip side, the people who remain in North Korea continue to follow the rules and regulations of Kim Jung Un, the North Korean Dictator. These rules include only being able to get one of the ten approved haircuts they offer for men. Citizens are not allowed to practice a religion, and the government chooses where you live, similar to Districts in…

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  • Steve De Shazer: Solution Focused Therapy

    Solution Focused Therapy was developed in the late 1970’s by Steve de Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg and their contemporaries at the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee. Solution focused therapy appeared as an abrupt parting from the brief therapy practice in which it began. Therapist theorized that difficulties seemed to arise when clients reacted to natural life difficulties in behaviors which made them poorer, which in turn made daily life experiences appear to be even more difficult. Therapists…

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  • Solution-Focused Brief Family Therapy (SFBT)

    Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Leading Figures The original leading figures were founder Steve de Shazer and co-founder Insoo Kim Berg whom pulled their roots from the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, California (Evans & Evans, 2013; Goldenberg & Goldenberg, 2013; Murdock, 2013; Taylor, 2009; Trepper, Dolan, McCollum, & Nelson, 2006). The second generation were Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) evolved into Brief Family Therapy (BFT) with the aid from the Milwaukee training…

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  • Bowen Family Systems Theory Analysis

    When looking at some of the causes of dysfunctional families and how to avoid become another family member my thoughts are establish clear boundaries with the fami.ly. One aspect of protecting the welfare of the people you work with in therapy is to avoid dual relationships, particularly relationships that are romantic or sexual in nature. It is not ethical for you to participate in romantic relationships with the people you treat in therapy (Good Therapy .org, 2013). People are not born…

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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

    themselves: they are the experts; Every human being, relationship, and situation is unique; Everything is interconnected; Every problem has at least one exception; Therapy is not the only way people change, there are many things that are therapeutic” (Berg, 2). A key part of development throughout childhood is empowerment, and solution-focused therapy helps create a safe environment to do so. Through an examination of different studies, this form of therapy seems to have a more prolonged effect…

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