"I'd hear laughter" : finding solutions for the family / Insoo Kim Berg, LCSW.

"In this training video, Insoo Kim Berg, founder of Solution Focused Brief Therapy, demonstrates solution-focused family therapy. Judy is at wits end with her husband, Lou, who won't help out at home and with her daughter, Sarah, who prefers to hang out with her boyfriend instead of going...

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Corporate Author: Psychotherapy.net.
Other Authors: Berg, Insoo Kim (Commentator)
Format: Video
Language:English
Published: [Mill Valley, California] : Psychotherapy.net, 2008.
Series:REBT in action
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Summary:"In this training video, Insoo Kim Berg, founder of Solution Focused Brief Therapy, demonstrates solution-focused family therapy. Judy is at wits end with her husband, Lou, who won't help out at home and with her daughter, Sarah, who prefers to hang out with her boyfriend instead of going to school. Sarah is sick of her mother nagging her and of the tense atmosphere at home. Lou is struggling with unemployment and admits that the family doesn't laugh anymore. Berg uses techniques to reconnect this family so that they can build on what has brought them together in the past and hear laughter in the home again. You will understand the goals of a solution-focused family therapy approach; what it means to support, generate, and enlarge solutions; and how to apply solution-focused techniques to your work with families, including finding exceptions to problems, the miracle question, scaling, and amplifying change. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions."
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Originally published by WW Norton.
Original copyright Insoo Kim Berg, ©1994.
Physical Description:1 streaming video file (105 min.).
ISBN:9781601241337
160124133X
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