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In motivational interviewing, ambivalence is explored rather than judged, and reluctance to change is viewed as an expected part of the therapeutic process. Reflect on a specific behavior you would like to change but are hesitant to change. What would be most helpful to you in resolving your conflicting feelings or fears about making this change? H...
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In what ways can you apply the key concepts of SFBT to your own life? What one or two concepts or techniques would you want to apply to your work as a group leader?
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The miracle question is often asked by the SFBT group leader. What applications do you see of this technique? What are some potential barriers to asking this kind of question?
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SFBT focuses on solutions rather than an exploration of problems. Group members are viewed as the experts on their life and have the resources within themselves to change. How could you use this present and future focus on solutions in your approach as a group leader?
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What are the major contributions and strengths of choice theory/reality therapy when applied to group work? What are some of the limitations of this approach?
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