Counseling Theory - Chapter 11

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When a client comes into counseling and does not have a complaint, but others generally have a complaint about the client, this type of counseling relationship is referred to as what? Visitor-Type Relationship
Solution-based counseling usually involves clients leaving the first session with what? Action steps toward solutions
The idea that solution-based counselors make no assumptions about a client's unique experiences and understandings of their problems is referred to as what? Beginner's Mind
Each of the following questions-"Are there any times when the problem is less likely to occur or be less severe?" "Can you think of a time when you expected the problem to occur but it didn't?" "Are there places or times when the problem is not as bad?"-are examples of what type of question? Exception questions
The difference between the following two statements: "you aren't feeling understood" versus "you were not feeling understood by your boyfriend last Saturday," is an example of what? Channeling language
Solution-focused school counseling is based on which one of the five assumptions? If it works, do more of it.
In solution-based approaches, the counselor collaborates with the client to envision __________ for the problem. Solutions
"If 0 is where you were when you decided to seek help and 10 is where you would be if the problem you came here for was resolved, where are you today?" is an example of what type of intervention? Scaling questions
In solution-based counseling, __________ are viewed as intimately connected with a client's context, but are not considered curative. Emotions
Why is solution-based counseling appropriate for working with diverse populations? It focuses on identifying client's strengths
In the beginning of counseling, goals should focus on what? One small change
Solution-based counselors believe that __________ is inevitable and always possible. Change
When a client identifies a problem to be worked on in counseling, but generally expects the counselor to be the primary source of change, this type of counseling relationship is referred to as what? Complainant-Type Relationship
The following statement: "Over the next week, I want you to generate a list of the things in your life and relationships that you do not want to have changed by therapy. Notice small things as well as big things that are working right now," is an example of what type of intervention? Formula first session task
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