Solution Focused Practice in Asia

Solution Focused Practice in Asia

This book is a collection of solution focused practice across Asia, offering case examples from the fields of therapy, supervision, education, coaching and organisation consulting.

Author: Debbie Hogan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317283775

Category: Psychology

Page: 284

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This book is a collection of solution focused practice across Asia, offering case examples from the fields of therapy, supervision, education, coaching and organisation consulting. It demonstrates the usefulness of the solution focused approach in the Asian context by providing practice based evidence, and highlights the diversity of application. By sharing real case examples in action across Asia, it is the aim of this book to stimulate the curious and inspire the converted. It gives readers a taste of what it is like to use this approach within an Asian context, in different areas of practice and within a broad spectrum of clinical issues. The examples offer exciting and creative ways in which solution focused practice can be used within the Asian context – with the hope that more practitioners will be curious enough to give solution focused practice serious consideration as a viable, evidence-based practice.
Categories: Psychology

Solution Focused Practice Around the World

Solution Focused Practice Around the World

In 2017, the seminal book, Solution Focused Practice in Asia, co-edited by Debbie Hogan, Dave Hogan, Jane Tuomola and Alan Yeo was published. She is also a contributor to Encounters with Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg, ...

Author: Kirsten Dierolf

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429649127

Category: Psychology

Page: 194

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Solution Focused Practice Around the World provides an exploration of the diverse uses of SF and offers fascinating insights into how the Solution Focused approach is currently used in many applications around the globe. Bringing together prominent authors, practitioners and trainers, the collection is divided into five sections: theory; therapeutic applications; working with children and adolescents; coaching and working with organisations. Originating from the first international conference on Solution Focused practice spanning all applications of the approach, the chapters provide a grounding in the theory and practice, and an exploration of the breadth and depth of Solution Focused therapy. All practitioners of the Solution Focused approach globally as well as those working in the wider fields of therapy, social work, education, coaching and human resources will benefit from this text and the applicability of the inherent theories to their area of expertise.
Categories: Psychology

Solution Focused Play Therapy

Solution Focused Play Therapy

As an approach that focuses on clients' goals, puts clients in the role of expert, and emphasizes an egalitarian ... Solution-Focused Practice in Asia highlights the usefulness of this clinical approach with Asian clients and contexts ...

Author: Elizabeth Kjellstrand Hartwig

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000223750

Category: Psychology

Page: 242

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Solution-Focused Play Therapy is an essential text that blends the process of play therapy with solution-focused therapy. With a focus on child strengths and resources, this book identifies key concepts and principles in solution-focused play therapy (SFPT). The author provides neurobiological and developmental support for SFPT and guidance on how practitioners can transition from using a non-directive approach to a more directive and activity-based approach based on the developmental needs of the child. Chapters describe the 12 basic skills needed for employing this approach with children of all ages and their families. Harnessing a strengths-oriented approach, the author presents expressive ways to use key SFPT techniques, including the miracle question, scaling, finding exceptions, and end-of-session feedback. Clinicians will come away from the book with a suite of interventions, strategies, handouts, and forms that can be employed with children of all ages and their families, from strength-based assessment and treatment planning to the final celebration session.
Categories: Psychology

Positive Psychological Intervention Design and Protocols for Multi Cultural Contexts

Positive Psychological Intervention Design and Protocols for Multi Cultural Contexts

... 60–81. https://doi.org/10.5502/ijw.v3i1.4. McKergow, M., & Hogan, D. (2017). Introduction to solution focused practice in organisations in Asia. In D. Hogan, J. Tuomola, & A. K. L. Yeo (Eds.), Solution focused practice in Asia (pp.

Author: Llewellyn Ellardus Van Zyl

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030200206

Category: Psychology

Page: 448

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This volume presents innovative and contemporary methodologies and intervention protocols for the enhancement of positive psychological attributes in multicultural professional and organizational contexts. Most methods, models and approaches that underpin positive psychological interventions are confined to clinical samples, closed systems or monocultural contexts, which restrict their applicability to particular contexts. Extensive practical intervention protocols, designs and methods which usually accompany first draft intervention papers are condensed into brief paragraphs in final manuscripts or removed in their entirety. This, in turn, reduces their potential for replicability or adoption by consumers, practitioners, or industry. This volume develops guidelines for enhancing positive psychological attributes, such as positive moods (e.g. positive affect; life satisfaction), strengths (e.g. gratitude; humour), cognitions (e.g. hope; optimism) and behaviours (e.g. emotional regulation; positive relationship building) within various multicultural contexts. Thereby, it shows how positive psychology interventions can be replicated to a wide-range of contexts beyond those in which they were developed.
Categories: Psychology

Solution Focused Practice in End of Life and Grief Counseling

Solution Focused Practice in End of Life and Grief Counseling

The focused solution development model, which is related and yet distinct from the focused problem resolution model, ... There were many requests for training and consultations not only in the United States, but also in Europe and Asia.

Author: Joel K Simon, MSW, ACSW, BCD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826105807

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

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"Although I have been a hospice nurse for almost 19 years, I am not a counselor. However, I will be able to use some of the information I learned here to assist my patients and my colleagues with issues encountered during the difficult time when patients are dying and families are struggling with realities. I will definitely share this book with our bereavement counselors and social workers." Score: 90, 4 stars --Doody's "[T]his is aÖbook about possibilities-not finalities...about all the different ways that people deal with loss and bereavementÖand how solution focused brief therapy can be helpful in making sense of the experience that people go through when facing death." --Harry Korman, MD Solution focused practice challenges the conventional approach to bereavement counseling by emphasizing solution building over simple problem-solving. Joel Simon, with over 16 years of experience in the field, demonstrates how this therapy can help clients think of possibilities, rather than limitations, when facing death or the loss of a loved one. This book presents a general overview of solution focused practice, tools, and methodologies for practitioners. Simon also provides real-life vignettes and verbatim transcripts from actual patients in end-of-life or bereavement counseling. This book provides insight into the philosophy and practice of solution focused therapy, as applied to clients with life-limiting conditions and their loved ones. Key topics discussed: The use of language in solution focused practice: theory, meaning making, and the role of emotions Tools of solution-building, with questions, troubleshooting guidelines, and tips for evaluating outcomes The distinction between problem-solving and solution-building Co-constructing goals with clients Applying solution focused principles to hospice, grief, and bereavement practice This resource serves as an invaluable tool for social workers, hospice workers, psychologists, and other bereavement and grief-counseling professionals.
Categories: Social Science

The Next Generation of Solution Focused Practice

The Next Generation of Solution Focused Practice

Early books appeared by Michele Wiener-Davis and Bill O'Hanlon (In Search of Solutions, 1989) and the Brief ... were also forming with groups in Finland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Spain and elsewhere, as well as in Asia.

Author: Mark McKergow

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000376753

Category: Psychology

Page: 224

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The Next Generation of Solution Focused Practice shows how practitioners help create change by ‘stretching the world’ of their clients. The book brings new ideas from enactive cognition which show how skilled attention on the client and their words is important both practically and conceptually. It provides both a summary of the development of Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) over time and how the latest developments form a newly coherent form of practice based on developing descriptions. The author has structured the book using simple and easy to understand metaphors to paint a rich, creative, and visual picture of therapy for the reader, which makes it an accessible read. This book will be of interest to a wide range of SF practitioners internationally, as well as to those involved in coaching, counselling, family therapy, education, social work, healthcare and organisational change.
Categories: Psychology

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Rather , they have been a solution - focused brief therapy . ... associate at the Brief Family lighted two co - founders of Therapy Center in Milwaukee solution - focused brief therand author ... As a leading theAustralia , and Asia .

Author: Gerald Corey

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000059186038

Category: Counseling

Page: 547

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Covers the major concepts of counseling theories, shows how to apply those theories in practice, and helps readers learn to integrate the theories into an individualized counseling style. Incorporating the thinking, feeling, and behaving dimensions of human experience, Corey offers a text that helps compare and contrast the therapeutic models. From publisher description.
Categories: Counseling

Doing what Works in Brief Therapy

Doing what Works in Brief Therapy

This book is both a set of procedures for the therapist and a philosophy– one that is shared with clients and one that guides the work of the therapist.

Author: Ellen Kaufman Quick

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123741750

Category: Psychology

Page: 311

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This book is both a set of procedures for the therapist and a philosophy– one that is shared with clients and one that guides the work of the therapist. This second edition continues its excellence in offering clinicians a guide to doing what works in brief therapy- for whom, and when and how to use it. Psychotherapy that follows these guidelines validates the client's most important concerns – and it often turns out to be surprisingly brief. Author, Ellen Quick integrates strategic and solution focused therapy and includes guidelines for tailoring technique and interventions to client characteristics and preferences. With clinically rich examples throughout, this book offers applications for couples, including indications for individual or conjoint sessions. NEW TO THIS EDITION: * Chapter summaries highlighting key points * Presents ways of eliciting what clients most want to remember * Describes the "Doing What Works Group," including outcome research findings and all materials needed to run the group * Addresses the relationship between the positive psychology movement and this approach and the potential for collaboration * Emphasizes an acceptance-based stance and how acceptance often leads to change * Proposes that "doing what works and changing what doesn't" can provide a transtheoretical perspective for therapists of any orientation
Categories: Psychology

Industry and the Environment in Asia

Industry and the Environment in Asia

any do Governments remain focused on economic growth that will allow them to catch up with the industrialized leaders . ... but they tend to regard cleaner production as a technical solution , and public a fix .

Author: James Warren Evans

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015051917030

Category: Environmental policy

Page: 20

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Categories: Environmental policy

Encyclopedia of Social Work

Encyclopedia of Social Work

Thus , using SFT in practice Asian American family members . ... Treat- system how the Western intervention reinforces the ment , Rational - Emotive Therapy , Solution - Focused ethnic cultural values and supports the indigenous Therapy ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106019293247

Category: Social service

Page:

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Categories: Social service