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    sulfate solutions that you were unable to correctly identify. The good news is that, for both samples, we were able to accurately determine their concentrations using Beer’s Law, a well-established law that governs the relationship between a solution’s concentration and the amount of wavelength the solution can absorb under standard conditions. Before going any further, though, let me fill you in on some of procedures and methods that were followed during the process. A laboratory experiment was set up, using 5 samples of copper (II) sulfate solutions with concentration ranging from 0.080 to 0.4 mol/L. This was done in order to examine the relationship between the absorbance…

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    When trying to measure the 0.250 molar solution (of which is in water and sodium phosphate solution) in 500 mL, there are very specific steps in which you need to follow. Pouring the correct amount of the solution in the beakers is important, as to make sure that the solution is not over concentrated, or under concentrated. if you were to use a flask that had a different volume amount, and filled that flask up to (for example one flask with five hundred milliliters.) the full amount,the solution…

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    Adolf Hitler had the initial idea of the mass execution of the European Jews as a solution to the Jewish question years before he came into power. It is believed that he had a preconceived notion that the only way to truly rid of the Jewish population was through extreme genocidal acts. Historians have debated over the idea of intentionalism vs. functionalism, but no real answer has ever been found, and perhaps never will be, as to if the Final Solution was truly premeditated. Intentionalists…

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    The Cruel Final Solution There was a conference that was known as Wannsee, that was held in Berlin, 1942. At the Wannsee conference, the SS, subdivisions, handled what was known as the Final Solution that targeted the Jews. The conference was brought up to light in the film Conspiracy, where the Final Solution was agreed upon Hitler’s fifteen men who debated the pros and cons of what was to be done to the Jews. In addition, the Final Solution determined what was going to happen to the Jews,…

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    Solution-focused brief therapy is a strength-based and goal-oriented form of treatment. This particular form of therapy looks at client accomplishments as opposed to “focusing and exploring clients’ problems and deficiencies,” with main focuses on a “systems perspective” and “solutions, strengths, and health” (Lee). Together, these focuses propose that change is a constant, especially in day-to-day human experience. It also emphasizes importance of client ability: rather than concentrating on…

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    Abstract Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) was developed as a technique to look at problems in a different way that other types of therapies do. This research article is about SFT which is a solution focus approach to change; one of the newest therapies that has been developed. SFT is designed differently than the basic therapies. It takes on more of a positive thinking approach in allowing clients to find solutions and resources that they may already have and not focus on the current problems…

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    Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) focuses on the future and looks for solutions and goals of the client instead of the problem. SFBT is a future-oriented therapy. SFBT was developed in the late 1970s by two social workers. SFBT evolved from Brief Family Therapy, where the founders worked. This research will cover the history, development, Basics and Methods of the Model when it’s appropriate to use the model when is not appropriate to use the model, the…

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    Solution Focused Brief Therapy I chose this modality of therapy to gain knowledge. I recognize that many of the other modalities rely on the therapist to be the expert on the individual’s problem or concern. I feel that we focus so much on how and where the problem came from and focusing on the past that we spend more time in the past rather than focusing on the positives. I also like this approach as it focus on what positive in one’s life that working for them and allows the individual…

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    our time” and is one of the most widely used approaches in psychotherapy. 238. solution-focused therapy is known for its quick solution for families dealing with discord. a great strength of this therapy is that it has various applications in treating family issues. Due to its's popularity, the perspective of solution-focused therapy has been used in self-help books. Also, this form of therapy has been used outside of traditional therapy including interventions in family medicine clinics.…

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    According to Corey, Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a future- focused, goal-oriented therapeutic approach to brief therapy developed. SFBT emphasizes strengths and resiliencies of people by focusing on exceptions to their problems and their conceptualized solutions. According to the video, Solution focus is into building solutions and problem solving. Solution building main focus is in finding future focus. Therapists sometimes not know the posture to take because they are not the…

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