6 edition of Goal-focused interviewing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 139) and index.
|Statement||Frank F. Maple.|
|Series||Sage human services guides ;, vol. 73, Sage human services guides ;, v. 73.|
|LC Classifications||HV43 .M285 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|ISBN 10||0761901809, 0761901817|
|LC Control Number||97021126|
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Building on his previous book, Dynamic Goal-focused interviewing book, the author takes readers beyond the therapeutic Goal-focused interviewing book presented in the past.
This work reflects the movement in social work toward solution-focused therapy, or. In Goal-Focused Interviewing, Frank F.
Maple presents his straightforward model for categorizing information elicited from clients. Building on his previous book, Dynamic Interviewing, the author takes readers beyond the therapeutic models presented in the past.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, p. Contents: Introduction --Learning goal-focused interviewing --Goal-focused interviewing with an individual client --Goal-focused interviewing with groups --Goal Goal-focused interviewing book interviewing with families --Organizing information --The silent interview --Other uses of goal.
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Goal Focused Interviewing with an Individual. Exceptions are those occasions in clients’ lives when their problems could have occurred but did not – or Goal-focused interviewing book least were less severe.
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Solution-focused interviewing is a form of goal-directed Cited by: In this fun & entertaining video, Dr. Russ Harris, Acceptance & Commitment Therapist, explains the important distinction between living a goals-focused vs a values-focused life and why living. Brief interventions are evidence-based practices design to motivate individuals at risk of substance abuse and related health problems to change their behavior by helping them understand how their substance use puts them at risk and to reduce or give up their substance use.
Healthcare providers can also use brief interventions to encourage those with more. Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) was developed by Steve de Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg, and their colleagues at the Brief Family Therapy Center, Milwaukee, in the s (de Shazer et al., ).
It is based on the work of psychiatrist and noted hypnotherapist Milton H. Erickson. SFBT differs from problem-based therapies. Goal setting involves the development of an action plan designed to motivate and guide a person or group toward a goal.
Goal setting can be guided by goal-setting criteria (or rules) such as SMART criteria. Goal setting is a major component of personal-development and management literature. Studies by Edwin A. Locke and his colleagues have shown that more specific and.
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In this goal-oriented therapy, the symptoms or issues. Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner by: 1.
Goals are the entire focus of the solution-focused brief therapy approach. The model uses a specialized interviewing procedure to negotiate treatment goals whose qualities facilitate efficient and effective treatment. The goals must be: Salient to the client rather than the therapist or treatment program.
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Preparing for a Sales Interview. and that you are goal focused, a problem solver, intelligent and creative, possess strong presentation skills, and very competitive. If you can prove that you possess these attributes, you will be successful.
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Initial Session Solution-Focused Questions Virtually all psychotherapists use the first session of therapy to begin creating a “therapeutic alliance,” the beginning of a positive bond with a client. Therapists create this alliance by being attuned to the client’s presenting needs.
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Of course, you must discuss the problem to find a solution, but beyond understanding what the problem is and deciding how to address it, solution-focused therapy. Toronto Emotionally Focused Therapy embraces the idea that emotions can be changed, first by arriving at or 'living' the maladaptive emotion (e.g.
loss, fear or shame) in session, and then. The clinical process of acting in a self-aware, considered, deliberate, and goal-focused manner with clients. Ecological A systems perspective describing the interactive and interdependent relationships between people, all other living things and the systems in which they are all a part.
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Huff (Editor) / Motivational fit is an important part of any interview process. Without asking questions around motivational fit or job fit, you could miss key pieces of information about a candidate’s likes and dislikes in the workplace. After all, studies have shown that motivational fit is the single biggest predictor of absenteeism, turnover, and overall.
My take away:Goal focused management, B-plan, Interviewing tips, meetings importance,managers on field with Sales rep, agenda items for team meetings These are basic but powerful stuff that managers forget in daily routine/5.
What are the disadvantages of the brief solution focused approach. Ups and downs, in and outs, strengths and weaknessespros and cons. It is hardly surprising that on solution focused courses participants are lead to ask about the disadvantages. People- Process- and Goal-Focused Leadership Behaviour: An Empirical Study in a Global Company Article (PDF Available) in Management 12(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
It is one of the ‘secrets’ in my book, Eleven Secrets of Time Management for Sales People. It is a part of almost every presentation I make to sales people and business leaders. So, I understand and advocate for setting goals in most business situations.
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These could include: awaiting a court outcome, having financial restrictions, experiencing a separation or Size: KB. Motivational interviewing (MI) is a modern clinical paradigm that dialectically integrates humanistic, pdf principles with goal-focused strategies.
MI seeks to explore, clarify, and if relevant, strengthen client motivation for a specific goal by: 1) creating an interpersonal.How can you give the answer an employer download pdf looking for unless you know the questions they’ll ask? By being prepared and taking in our experts’ advice on the 30 most common competency-based interview questions you’re likely to face.
Read our guide, together with our How to handle competency-based interview questions tips, and double your chance of interview success.The strengths perspective requires solution-focused interviewing (collaboration, curiosity, context-based ebook to aid the client in problem resolution where solutions don’t necessarily connect with the problem but the process may help dissolve it (Eimers).
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