Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 The modules in this book are designed to be taught out of order. However, they are not numbered so that therapists can adapt the order as needed. The key is balancing a structured and predictable approach with sufficient flexibility.
#2 Socratic questioning is a method that draws clients to answer their own questions. Group therapy is a great way to teach clients skills, and role-plays are a specialized form of experiential learning that can be used to work on interpersonal skills.
#3 When working with clients, therapists must help them see how each skill relates to their Life Vision and what they want from therapy. When clients can connect to the why, they can overcome barriers and figure out the how with skills.
#4 When teaching clients skills, expect them to take notes and recap the teaching. include your clinical policies and rules in the manual. Have posters or other visuals with the skills on the walls.