Interviewing for solutions

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Brooks/Cole, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 324 pages
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1. From Problem Solving to Solution Building. 2. Solution Building: The Basics. 3. Skills for Not Knowing. 4. Getting Started: How to Pay Attention to What the Client Wants. 5. How to Amplify What Clients Want: The Miracle Question. 6. Exploring for Exceptions: Building on Client Strengths and Successes. 7. Formulating Feedback for Clients. 8. Later Sessions: Finding, Amplifying, and Measuring Client Progress. 9. Interviewing the Involuntary: Children, Dyads, and Mandated Clients. 10. Interviewing in Crisis Situations. 11. Outcomes. 12. Professional Values and Human Diversity. 13. Agency, Group, and Community Practice. 14. Theoretical Implications. References. Appendix.

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I had to do a lot of interviewing while writing for the newspaper. This is somewhat different but , nevertheless, I can find out someone's life history within a few minutes without them realizing it. You have to have an interest in other people to be a good interviewer. Read full review


From Problem Solving to Solution Building
The Basics
Skills for Not Knowing

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Insoo Kim Berg, MSW, codeveloped Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and is Director of the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her most recent books are Children's Solution Work (with Therese Steiner) and Interviewing for Solutions (with Peter de Jonge).

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