This book is cramped with familiar school and classroom situations, but despite the title it doesn`t offer the teacher or therapist ready-made solutions. And neither does the teacher or therapist in his solution-focused work at school. They let the pupils discover their own solutions. Solution-focused interventions invite you to look at problems differently and can elicit solution-focused reactions.
The Korzybski-institute in Bruges has developed the procedure of solution-focused work described in this book since 1984. And during the presentation in `Therapeutic Conversations II (Denver, Colorado) the American therapists called it `The Bruges Model`, hence the name of this model.
Myriam Le Fevere de Ten Hove is a child- and youth psychiatrist and staffmember of the Korzybski-institute in Bruges (Belgium). Nadine Callens is social worker at the schoolguidance center in Oostende (Belgium). Tine Geysen is psychologist at the schoolguidance center in Menen (Belgium). Wouter Maene is a teacher at a school for problemchildren, `Oase`, in Gent (Belgium).
Taal / Language : English
Paperback / softback
243 x 163 x 12 mm
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