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The expanded paperback edition presents a classic statement on the concepts, methodologies, and goals of solution-oriented therapy.
Recognized leaders in the solution-oriented movement, O’Hanlon and Weiner-Davis provide guidelines for clinicians in implementing solution-oriented language and explain how to avoid dead ends. New material brings the reader up-to-date on advances in this field since the book’s original publication in 1989.
|1||A Hopeful Approach to Chronic and Severe Mental Illness||1|
|2||Riding the Wave||17|
|3||Rewriting Spoiled Identity Stories||33|
|4||Revaluing People's Experiences||53|
|5||Collaborating with Clients, Their Families, and Others in Their Social Environment||65|
|6||Creating a New Vision of the Future||85|
|7||Handling Dangerous and Violent Situations||95|
|8||Effective and Respectful Treatment of "Borderline" Clients||111|
|9||Relapse Recovery and Relapse Prevention||125|
|10||General Principles for Working with Chronic and Severe Mental Illness||139|
|Epilogue: Connections to the Work of Others||147|