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Collaborative Therapy

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Joe B Wright

on 17 May 2014

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Transcript of Collaborative Therapy

Collaborative Therapy
Keeping the dialogue going
Background
Postmodern & Social Constructionist
Therapeutic Relationship
Dialogical Conversation
Goals of Therapy
References
Gehart, D.R. & Tuttle, A.R. (2003).
Theory-based treatment planning for marriage and family therapists
. Belmont, CA. Brooks/Cole.
Gehart, D. (2013).
Mastering competencies in family therapy: A practical approach to theories and clinical case documentation
(2nd Ed.). Belmont, CA. Brooks/Cole.
Anderson, H. (1994). Good mother? bad mother? A dissolving dilemma. Houston-Galveston Institute. (a video file) accessed May 12, 2014 at http://www.viddler.com/v/f67bef08?secret=82067950
Not Knowing
Knowing
What do we accomplish through this dialogue?
Meaning & Beliefs of the Client
Problem-organizing
Problem-dissolving
Directing the Client to Change their Behavior
Self-Agency
Transformation
Goal Setting
Interventions
Conversational Questions
Appropriately Unusual Comments
Listening for the Pause
"Kicking Around" New Meanings
Being Public
Accessing Multiple Voices in Writing
Stabilize, Normalize, and Create Acceptance in the Client
Withness
Everyday, Ordinary Language
Tracking Thoughts, Feelings, and Reactions
Worldviews
Focus on Strengths &
Resiliency
Recovery-Oriented
Enhancing Our Ability
to Intervene
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