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Solutions to client dilemmas can often be limited by their rules of context or conceptual paradigms in the family system or an individual’s perceived constraints. Sometimes what can be helpful is a metaphor or story constructed by the therapist, or … Continue reading
This workshop outline indicates method of influence that are indirect in leading a client to a solution for a presenting problem.
This workshop outlines strategies of hypothesis development and testing. Both deductive and inductive reasoning are used in a group exercise with two phases of increasing complexity. Participants will discover the importance of paying attention to nonverbal cues in communication and … Continue reading
Many influences, conscious and unconscious, guide our choices, in terms of what and how to respond, both consciously and unconsciously, to our clients’ stories, and their patterns of behavior. The Mind of the Therapist is a model to help us … Continue reading
In this 2-day course originally presented at the University of Toronto, participants will learn and experience the application of principles of positive psychology applied in a framework of solution-oriented counselling. Day 2 of 2.
In this 2-day course originally presented at the University of Toronto, participants will learn and experience the application of principles of positive psychology applied in a framework of solution-oriented counselling. Day 1 of 2.
Using a solution focused approach, the therapist gathers evidence that the client is regaining influence over the eating disorder that has held her prisoner. Guided imagery is then provided in which the client goes forward into the future and experiences … Continue reading
Self-esteem is a feeling of personal well-being and self-efficacy that interacts with sporting performance by integrating all experiences as growth and development opportunities. This guide outlines ways to identify and deal with low self-self esteem, as well as the implications … Continue reading
Clients that request hypnotherapy often present similar problems. This is a guide to the common categories of client problems and suggestions to review general strategies to find the one most appropriate for the client.