Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Comments by nurturedheart

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  • As a therapist who trained in uses and teaches Brief Solution Focused and Strategic Therapy interventions , I do agree why is irrelevant. In BSFT, it is identified as the source of problem maintence. On the other hand,When it comes to positive change then why can be explored in light of the intention one has set. Why did you refrain from arguing with your sister? If the child sees in themselves what we have previosuly reflected (acknowledgment) to them of who they are ( you have the greatness of self control) then the child’s explanation why they are acting consistently with their intention , to be kind, to show self control , is a worthwhile pursuit