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By William C. Madsen

Now not a variety of innovation, yet a few novel rules approximately counseling humans and households in misery. The studies of other methodologies is entire adequate yet now not overly wordy-effective utilization of language is utilized in the booklet. i discovered it valuable for my evaluation to take the LSW examination lately besides.

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The important issue in taking a stand in situations like this is not whether we do so, but how we do so. A useful approach is offered by Sallyann Roth (1999, 2006a), who raises four questions that can guide difficult conversations: • • • • Am I speaking my truth with integrity? Does my speaking move the relationship forward? Is it more, rather than less, likely to be heard by the other? Do I like what I’ve said and how I’ve said it? I think these are useful guidelines that can help professionals to have difficult conversations with clients from a relational stance of an appreciative ally.

This immersion in family experience is a significant aspect of the power of home-based treatment. ” These contextual elements that flatten hierarchies, humanize our interactions with clients, and invite us more directly into an appreciation of family experience all contribute to a collaborative partnership. The commitment to working in partnership is reflected in attempts to work on family turf by making ourselves relevant to families and fitting services to them. This can be reflected in the design of all services, ranging from user-friendly waiting rooms and intake procedures, to family involvement in clinical discussions, to being accountable to clients for how meetings are conducted.

Respectful therapy involves a process of knocking on doors and waiting to be invited in, rather than breaking them down, barging in, and then expecting to be welcomed with open arms. It’s important to acknowledge that holding a stance of an appreciative ally with clients is often easier said than done. The clinical situations described in this book are complex and difficult. The stresses that families face can be overwhelming, and their behavior can be outrageous. And the ways in which we are encouraged by many conceptual models to make sense of and respond to problematic client behavior often exacerbate the problem.

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