SOLUTION-BUILDING CONVERSATIONS: CO-CONSTRUCTING A SENSE OF COMPETENCE WITH CLIENTS
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Published in 1996 .
Written in English


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Course AEC 1245 Winter "06 Diana Brecher

SeriesFAMILIES IN SOCIETY: THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SERVICES 77, 6. 376-391 1996
ContributionsDE JONG, PETER
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Open LibraryOL20381605M

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Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with Berg, Insoo Kim; De Jong, Peter Families in Society; Jun ; 77, 6; ProQuest Psychology JournalsFile Size: 1MB. The authors examine the social constructionist nature of solution-focused therapy. The therapy's components are illustrated through the presentation of a first-session conversation with a year-old mother, who states that she is "stressed out and depressed". As the conversation develops, a young mother's sense of herself changes and the integration of the therapy's components become apparent. Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Article Author(s) Insoo Kim Berg Date Jun Volume 77 Issue 6 Page start Page end Web address. Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services. ; 77 (6)– [ Google Scholar ]Author: Jennifer K. Carroll, Kevin Fiscella, Andrea Cassells, Mechelle R. Sanders, Stephen K. Williams, Bria.

  Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 77 (6), – Google ScholarAuthor: Frank N. Thomas.   Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. Families in Society, 77, - Google Scholar | SAGE Journals | ISICited by: How clients and solution focused therapists co- on problem free talk and solution building (Hanton, ). Therapist pre-suppositional every subsequent session supported my work in co-constructing new meanings for my clients and helped them move towards their .   A Review of the Research on Solution-Focused Therapy Jacqueline Corcoran. Search for other works by this author on: Human Behavior, and Research. Her books include Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice (Oxford, , with Joseph Walsh Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clientsCited by:

Berg, I.K. and de Jong, P. () ‘Solution-building conversations: co-constructing a sense of competence with clients’, Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 77 . Berg I.K., De Jong on-building conversation: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients Families in Society, 77 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Berg, I.K. & DeJong, P. (). Solution-building conversations: Co-constructing a sense of competence with clients. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 77, – Google Scholar. Solution-Building Conversations: Co-Constructing a Sense of Competence with Clients. As the conversation develops, the client's sense of herself changes and the integration of the therapy's.