A classic that teaches you how to think in a contextually sensitive, directive, and goal-focused way. A highly readable and practical volume that focuses on solving problems within the context of the entire social unitthe family, the school, the community.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Problem-Solving Therapy.1. Conducting the First Interview.2. Giving Directives.3. Communication as Bits and Metaphor.4. Communication: Sequence and Hierarchy.5. Therapy in Stages.6. Marriage Therapy as a Triangle.7. Problems in Training Therapists.8. Ethical Issues in Therapy.Case Report: A Modern "Little Hans''.