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PQDT solution focused + career

 

1. An ethnographic study of therapist development and reflectivity within the context of postmodern supervision and training

by Corcoran‚ Kathleen B.‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of Akron‚ 2001‚ 297 pages; AAT 3019310

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2. The effects of solution-focused brief therapy training on the self-efficacy of elementary and secondary school counselors

by de Leon-Yznaga‚ Selma‚ Ph.D.‚ St. Mary's University of San Antonio‚ 2000‚ 172 pages; AAT 9967068

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3. The effects of solution-focused supervision on the perceived self-efficacy of developing therapists

by Koob‚ Jeffrey James‚ Ph.D.‚ Marquette University‚ 1998‚ 90 pages; AAT 9901731

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4. The relation between resilience‚ coaching‚ coping skills training‚ and perceived stress during a career-threatening milestone

by Taylor‚ Lynn Marie‚ Ph.D.‚ Georgia State University‚ 1997‚ 235 pages; AAT 9734916

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1. Fostering solution-focused relationships with multicultural families: An in-service training for Child Protective Services

by Souza‚ Shoshana B.‚ Psy.D.‚ Alliant International University‚ San Francisco Bay‚ 2005‚ 199 pages; AAT 3171105

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2. Solution-focused play therapy kit: A family's solution to childhood challenges

by Hoagland‚ Cynthia A.‚ Psy.D.‚ Alliant International University‚ San Diego‚ 2005‚ 113 pages; AAT 3166046

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3. Efficacy of Solution-focused Brief Counseling on math assignment completion and accuracy in an elementary school

by Yarbrough‚ Jamie Leigh‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of Tennessee‚ 2004‚ 126 pages; AAT 3148317

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4. Solution-focused consultation: A case study of solution-focused principles applied in a congregational conflict setting

by Barnett‚ James Kelly‚ Ph.D.‚ University of Louisiana at Monroe‚ 2004‚ 155 pages; AAT 3138860

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5. The effects of a solution-focused classroom guidance intervention with elementary students

by Leggett‚ Maria Elsa Soto‚ Ph.D.‚ Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi‚ 2004‚ 153 pages; AAT 3148794

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6. An exploratory study of the usefulness of solution-focused brief therapy groups with elementary school children

by Demmons‚ Jennifer Clevenger‚ Ed.D.‚ University of Montana‚ 2003‚ 145 pages; AAT 3089066

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7. Solution-focused parent groups: A new approach to the treatment of youth disruptive behavioural difficulties

by Triantafillou‚ Nicholas‚ Ed.D.‚ University of Toronto (Canada)‚ 2003‚ 260 pages; AAT NQ78092

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8. The relationship between personality and the experience of solution-focused therapy and cognitive therapy

by Woulfe‚ Shannon T.‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of North Dakota‚ 2003‚ 146 pages; AAT 3127748

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9. Use of the solution-focused "miracle question" technique to interview professionals about intervention efficacy for children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder

by Davis‚ Emily J.‚ Psy.D.‚ Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology‚ 2003‚ 107 pages; AAT 3088229

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10. A hermeneutic interpretation of solution-focused therapy: The interweaving of historical time and theory

by Sarti‚ Jennifer Paige‚ Psy.D.‚ Alliant International University‚ San Francisco Bay‚ 2002‚ 207 pages; AAT 3088949

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11. Client self report on current object relations as a predictor of therapeutic outcome in dynamically and solution-focused-based treatments

by Hall‚ James Randolph‚ Psy.D.‚ Alliant International University‚ Fresno‚ 2002‚ 65 pages; AAT 3092427

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12. Domestic violence: An ethnography of client experiences in a therapeutic group utilizing psycho-educational and solution-focused philosophies and techniques

by Sutton‚ Jana Parkin‚ Ph.D.‚ University of Louisiana at Monroe‚ 2002‚ 640 pages; AAT 3055367

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13. Solution-focused brief therapy‚ the working alliance‚ and outcome: A comparative analysis

by Wettersten‚ Kara Brita‚ Ph.D.‚ University of Kansas‚ 2002‚ 245 pages; AAT 3071144

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14. The child's perspective on what works in residential treatment: A solution-focused program study

by Tarantino‚ Jessica‚ Psy.D.‚ Alliant International University‚ San Francisco Bay‚ 2002‚ 86 pages; AAT 3053017

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15. The effectiveness of solution-focused therapy on students with school-related behavioral problems

by Moore‚ Kelly Conroy‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of Texas at Austin‚ 2002‚ 266 pages; AAT 3110661

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16. The effectiveness and utility of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) with "at-risk" junior high school students: A quasi-experimental study

by Newsome‚ William Sean‚ Ph.D.‚ The Ohio State University‚ 2002‚ 167 pages; AAT 3059305

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17. Solution-focused therapy in residential treatment

by Gensterblum‚ Anthony Edward‚ Ph.D.‚ The Union Institute‚ 2001‚ 141 pages; AAT 3019231

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18. Counseling for solutions: An examination of solution-focused counseling and its use in a pastoral context

by Sharp‚ Jim Ray‚ Ph.D.‚ Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary‚ 2000‚ 254 pages; AAT 9968730

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19. Perceptions of elementary school counselors regarding the utility of solution-focused brief counseling in the school setting

by Kegley‚ Janet Brockington‚ Ph.D.‚ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University‚ 2000‚ 96 pages; AAT 3082639

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20. Perceptions of counselors facilitating multi-issue solution-focused groups

by Garner‚ Nadine Erika‚ Ed.D.‚ Duquesne University‚ 2000‚ 142 pages; AAT 9964688

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21. Solution-focused interventions in child protective investigation: A promising alternative for working with families

by Rymarchyk‚ Gretchen Kathleen‚ Ph.D.‚ Cornell University‚ 2000‚ 238 pages; AAT 9978173

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22. The effects of solution-focused brief therapy training on the self-efficacy of elementary and secondary school counselors

by de Leon-Yznaga‚ Selma‚ Ph.D.‚ St. Mary's University of San Antonio‚ 2000‚ 172 pages; AAT 9967068

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23. Co-curricular activities: An element of solution-focused oriented interventions for middle school seriously emotionally disturbed students

by Stevens‚ Clifford Wayne‚ Ed.D.‚ Oregon State University‚ 1999‚ 263 pages; AAT 9842473

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24. Comparison of the effect of solution-focused and problem-focused interviews on clients' immediate verbal responses

by Speicher-Bocija‚ Jayne Denise‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of Akron‚ 1999‚ 179 pages; AAT 9940556

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25. Evaluating the efficacy of solution-focused couple therapy using single case design

by Naude‚ Johannes Hendrik‚ Ph.D.‚ Georgia State University‚ 1999‚ 95 pages; AAT 9967269

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26. Fathers returning home from prison: A contextual‚ solution-focused approach for restoring marital relationships

by Meloy‚ Guy Stanley‚ IV‚ Ph.D.‚ Michigan State University‚ 1999‚ 129 pages; AAT 9963379

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27. Solution-focused therapy as a model for parish-based pastoral counseling

by Schubert‚ Mark Allison‚ Ph.D.‚ Nova Southeastern University‚ 1999‚ 306 pages; AAT 9947136

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28. The efficacy of Solution-Focused Therapy techniques on perceptions of hope in clients with depressive symptoms

by Bozeman‚ Brent Nelson‚ Ph.D.‚ New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary‚ 1999‚ 108 pages; AAT 9962134

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29. Akateemisten tyottomien tyonhakijoiden psyykkinen valmennus. Ratkaisukeskeisyys ja muut apuna kaytetyt lyhytterapiat (NLP‚ hypnoosi‚ PD and SD) psyykkisessa valmennuksessa

by Vikevainen-Tervonen‚ Leena Kaarina‚ Ps.D.‚ Tampereen Teknillinen Korkeakoulu (Finland)‚ 1998‚ 240 pages; AAT C685700

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30. Solution-focused brief therapy: Its impact on the self-concept of elementary school students

by Cook‚ Douglas Richard‚ Ph.D.‚ Ohio University‚ 1998‚ 220 pages; AAT 9841647

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31. Solution-focused consultation: An alternative consultation model to manage student behavior and improve classroom environment

by Geil‚ Mary (Molly) Elizabeth‚ Ph.D.‚ University of Northern Colorado‚ 1998‚ 206 pages; AAT 9902417

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32. The effects of solution-focused supervision on the perceived self-efficacy of developing therapists

by Koob‚ Jeffrey James‚ Ph.D.‚ Marquette University‚ 1998‚ 90 pages; AAT 9901731

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33. Questions as interventions: Big Five personality factors and perceptions of Socratic‚ solution-focused‚ and diagnostic questioning styles

by Bishop‚ Wandajune‚ Ph.D.‚ St. John's University (New York)‚ 1997‚ 244 pages; AAT 9820705

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34. Solution-focused leadership: The development and evaluation of a family therapy based leadership training program

by Thayne‚ Tim R.‚ Ph.D.‚ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University‚ 1997‚ 204 pages; AAT 9953814

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35. The efficacy of solution-focused therapy with young offenders

by Seagram‚ Belinda Mary Crawford‚ Ph.D.‚ York University (Canada)‚ 1997‚ 302 pages; AAT NQ22928

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36. Solution-focused brief therapy in alcoholism treatment: The impact of clinicians' views of alcoholism

by Osborn‚ Cynthia Jane‚ Ph.D.‚ Ohio University‚ 1996‚ 233 pages; AAT 9628288

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37. Solution-focused therapy with a military couple

by Fritz‚ Marlene Janice‚ Psy.D.‚ United States International University‚ 1996‚ 126 pages; AAT 9639490

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38. The process and politics of solution-focused therapy theory development: A qualitative analysis

by Kiser‚ David James‚ Ph.D.‚ Purdue University‚ 1995‚ 265 pages; AAT 9622716

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39. Identification of significant therapy events by therapist‚ client‚ and researcher in solution-focused therapy

by Becerril‚ Mary L. Fowler‚ Ph.D.‚ Texas Woman's University‚ 1994‚ 199 pages; AAT 9533395

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40. A follow-up study of therapists trained in the use of the solution-focused brief therapy model

by Skidmore‚ James Edwin‚ Ed.D.‚ University of South Dakota‚ 1993‚ 179 pages; AAT 9401984

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41. Single-session psychotherapy for depression: Is it better to be problem-focused or solution-focused?

by Sundstrom‚ Sara Murphy‚ Ph.D.‚ Iowa State University‚ 1993‚ 157 pages; AAT 9335028

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42. The pragmatics of change in solution-focused brief family therapy: Ethnographic interviews with couples and their therapists

by Metcalf‚ Linda Susan‚ Ph.D.‚ Texas Woman's University‚ 1993‚ 135 pages; AAT 9407774

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43. Consultation practice in the school: A study comparing the effects of behavioral and solution focused questions during consultation with teachers

by Landis‚ Julie Ann‚ Ph.D.‚ The University of Texas at Austin‚ 1992‚ 325 pages; AAT 9309212

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44. The effects of the "formula first session task" and the "formula first session task" plus solution focused therapy on compliance and outcome in family therapy

by Adams‚ Jerome Francis‚ Ph.D.‚ Purdue University‚ 1989‚ 121 pages; AAT 9018776

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ERIC #:ED457462

Title:A School with Solutions: Implementing a Solution-Focused/Adlerian-Based Comprehensive School Counseling Program.

Authors:LaFountain‚ Rebecca M.; Garner‚ Nadine E.

Publication Date:1998-00-00

Pages:155

Pub Types:Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Abstract:This book explains how counselors can integrate the theories of solution focused and Adlerian counseling into a comprehensive developmental counseling curriculum. Following an introduction in Chapter 1‚ Chapter 2 explains how support needs to be developed among the staff to implement a comprehensive school program. The comprehensive developmental counseling curriculum is described in Chapter 3. A conflict resolution focused program is presented in Chapter 4. In Chapter 5‚ individual planning is explained as a way to guide the personal; social; educational; and career goals of students. Responsive services are described in Chapter 6 as a way to offer immediate response to students in crisis. Group counseling‚ another direct responsive services‚ is discussed in Chapter 7. Chapter 8

covers indirect solution focused Adlerian services such as consultation. Chapter 9 describes the supportive services that are needed to implement a comprehensive developmental counseling program. Following each chapter are examples of forms for assessment. (Contains 6 figures‚ 3 tables‚ and 87 references.) (JDM)

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Level:2

Institutions:American School Counselor Association‚ Alexandria‚ VA.

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ISBN(s):ISBN-1-929289-00-6

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Audiences:Counselors; Practitioners

Languages:English

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Descriptors:Brief Psychotherapy; Comprehensive Programs; Conflict Resolution; Counseling; Counseling Theories; Counselor Training; Curriculum Development; Elementary Secondary Education; School Counseling

 

 

 

ERIC #:EJ699281

Title:The Application of Solution-Focused Work in Employment Counseling

Authors:Bezanson‚ Birdie J.

Publication Date:2004-12-01

Pages:9

Pub Types:Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Abstract:The author explores the applicability of a solution-focused therapy (SFT) model as a comprehensive approach to employment counseling. SFT focuses the client on developing a vision of a preferred future and assumes that the client has the talents and resources that can be accessed in the employment counseling process. The solution-focused counselor enters the therapeutic relationship from a point of "not knowing" and works with the client in job transition to develop possibilities that evolve from the client's strengths and knowledge. Examples are given of how solution-focused employment counseling could be practiced.

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Source:Journal of Employment Counseling

Level:3

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ISSN(s):ISSN-0022-0787

Audiences:Counselors

Languages:English

Journal Name:Journal of Employment Counseling

Journal Citation:v41 n4 p183 Dec 2004

Descriptors:Models; Counselor Client Relationship; Career Counseling; Life Satisfaction; Futures (of Society)

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1. Solution-Focused Counseling in Middle and High Schools.

ERIC #: ED410499 Publication Date: 1997-00-00

Author: Murphy‚ John J. Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Adolescents; Change Strategies; Counseling Effectiveness; Counseling Techniques; High School Students; High Schools; Junior High Schools; Middle School Students; Middle Schools; Problem Solving; School Counseling; School Counselors; Student Behavior

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Disruptive classroom behavior‚ failing grades‚ truancy‚ and violence are serious problems for students. Some of the ways in which school counselors can correct school problems in a short period of time are described in this book. Solution-focused counseling works by encouraging students‚ parents‚ and teachers to discover and apply their own unique resources and strengths to the problem at hand. S...

 

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2. How Psychologists Can Reduce Testing through Solution-Focused Teacher In-Services.

ERIC #: ED446304 Publication Date: 2000-03-30

Author: Engel‚ Ned; Parker‚ Kristin; Caci‚ Kelly; Currie‚ Amity; DeCato‚ Patty; Faustino‚ Peter J. Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Speeches/Meeting Papers

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Attitude Change; Behavior Problems; Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Middle School Students; Middle Schools; Problem Solving; Referral; School Psychologists; Student Behavior; Teacher Workshops; Teachers

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A model of in-service teacher training was designed to facilitate staff receptivity‚ and to help redirect teachers away from a problem view of students' behaviors and towards a solution-focused perspective. The model helps orient teachers to an ecological view of students' problem behaviors. The solution-focused perspective means teachers approach problems by looking at competencies instead of de...

 

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3. Solution-Focused Practice with Middle and High School At-Risk Youths.

ERIC #: EJ583236 Publication Date: 1998-00-00

Author: Corcoran‚ Jacqueline Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research

Journal/Source Name: Social Work in Education Journal Citation: v20 n4 p232-43 Oct 1998

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Academic Achievement; Behavior Problems; High Risk Students; High School Students; Middle Schools; School Counseling; School Social Workers; Secondary Education; Teachers

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Describes a solution-oriented approach to practice with middle and high school students who had been referred to the school social worker for academic or behavioral difficulties in the classroom. Similarities between the solution-focused model and social work and the importance of shaping individual behavior are discussed. Explains solution-oriented practices. (Author/MKA)

 

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4. Bridging the Gap between a Learning Support Centre and School: A Solution-Focused Group Approach

ERIC #: EJ691168 Publication Date: 2005-06-00

Author: Burns‚ Katrina M.; Hulusi‚ Halit M. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Educational Psychology in Practice Journal Citation: v21 n2 p123-130 Jun 2005

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Psychologists; Educational Psychology; Action Research; Secondary Schools; Resource Centers; Group Instruction; Educational Strategies

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This paper describes a small-scale action research project that aimed to increase the effectiveness of a learning support centre within a secondary school. Central to the project was the use of a solution-focused approach with groups of pupils. The added dimension in this project involved a focus on class teacher involvement. The paper discusses the importance of peer support and teacher involvem...

 

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5. A Model of Solution-Focused Consultation for School Counselors.

ERIC #: EJ626081 Publication Date: 2000-00-00

Author: Kahn‚ Beverly B. Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Professional School Counseling Journal Citation: v3 n4 p248-54 Apr 2000

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Counseling Techniques; Counselor Training; Intervention; Models; School Counseling; School Counselors; Skill Development

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Proposes an extension of the solution-focused approach to consultation‚ shifting traditional emphasis from problems and deficits to solutions and strengths. Enumerates the basic assumptions of a solution-focused approach‚ provides a rationale for why the school setting and solution-focused consultation (SFC) work well together‚ and proposes steps for a SFC model. (Contains 35 references.) (GCP)

 

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6. The Application of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in a Public School Setting.

ERIC #: EJ655046 Publication Date: 2000-00-00

Author: Williams‚ G. Robert Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families Journal Citation: v8 n1 p76-78 Jan 2000

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Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Techniques; Family Counseling; Family Influence; Needs Assessment; Parent Student Relationship; Public Schools; School Counseling

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Research has found a relationship between family variables‚ including the involvement of parents in their children's education‚ and student success. This article highlights the use of solution-focused therapy in a public school setting to address the needs of both students and families. (GCP)

 

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7. Brief Counseling That Works: A Solution-Focused Approach for School Counselors. Practical Skills for Counselors.

ERIC #: ED408550 Publication Date: 1997-00-00

Author: Sklare‚ Gerald B. Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Adolescents; Behavior Modification; Brief Psychotherapy; Children; Counseling Effectiveness; Counseling Objectives; Counseling Techniques; Elementary School Students; Elementary Secondary Education; Group Therapy; Intervention; School Counseling; School Counselors; Secondary School Students

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School counselors often face large caseloads of students and cannot spend hours of time addressing each student's problems using traditional approaches. With this in mind‚ step-by-step instructions on how to use solution-focused brief counseling (SFBC) with elementary and secondary students is provided here. School counselors can utilize this approach for typical student concerns in order to achi...

 

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8. Counseling toward Solutions: A Practical Solution-Focused Program for Working with Students‚ Teachers‚ and Parents.

ERIC #: ED403505 Publication Date: 1995-00-00

Author: Metcalf‚ Linda Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom; Tests/Questionnaires

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Behavior Change; Behavior Problems; Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Techniques; Elementary Secondary Education; School Counseling; School Guidance; Student Adjustment; Student Attitudes; Student Development; Teacher Guidance; Teacher Student Relationship

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The intended audience for this handbook is teachers‚ administrators and school counselors who would like to approach school populations with a more positive‚ solution-focused approach. The ideas developed are based on the principles of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) and other competency-based models that address solutions rather than problems. Chapter 1 describes the major guidelines and p...

 

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9. School Counselors' Use of Solution-Focused Questioning To Improve Teacher Work Life.

ERIC #: EJ629038 Publication Date: 2000-00-00

Author: Pelsma‚ Dennis M. Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles; Reports - General

Journal/Source Name: Professional School Counseling Journal Citation: v4 n1 p1-5 Oct 2000

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Counseling Techniques; Quality of Working Life; School Counselors; Stress Variables; Teacher Attitudes; Teachers; Well Being

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Presents a practical method for school counselors to use in helping reduce some of the problems and stress experienced by teachers. Proposes that by using solution-focused questions‚ counselors can help teachers reflect on the past school year‚ focusing on previously positive or successful experiences as they develop solutions to potentially stressful areas of the job. (Contains 18 references.) (...

 

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10. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Helpful Interventions for School Counselors.

ERIC #: EJ473946 Publication Date: 1993-00-00

Author: Bonnington‚ Stuart B. Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: School Counselor Journal Citation: v41 n2 p126-28 Nov 1993

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Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Techniques; Elementary Secondary Education; School Counselors

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Notes that school counselors have routinely practiced brief forms of counseling. Contends that solution-focused brief therapy offers counselors numerous straight forward interventions that can help counselors focus on clients' strengths to find meaningful solutions to problems. Presents solution-focused brief therapy framework and identifies tasks of the approach. (NB)

 

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11. Stress Management.

ERIC #: EJ653417 Publication Date: 2002-00-00

Author: Daughhetee‚ Charlotte; Grant‚ Debbie Publication Type: Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: ASCA School Counselor Journal Citation: v39 n6 p16-19 Jul-Aug 2002

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Counseling Techniques; Counselor Characteristics; School Counselors; Stress Management

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Numerous school counselors have taught their students how to use solution-focused techniques to address their problems. This article suggests that counselors learn how to use solution-focused techniques to manage their own day-to-day stress. (GCP)

 

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12. The Impact of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with At-Risk Junior High School Students

ERIC #: EJ724853 Publication Date: 2005-00-00

Author: Newsome‚ W. Sean Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: Children & Schools Journal Citation: v27 n2 p83-90 2005

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High Risk Students; Junior High School Students; Psychotherapy; Outcomes of Treatment; School Social Workers; Social Work

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Recently‚ the use of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) has received considerable attention in school settings. However‚ limited empirical evidence supports the utility and effectiveness of SFBT with at risk students. Therefore‚ the purpose of this research was to evaluate the impact of SFBT with a group of at-risk students in a junior high school. A total of 26 students participated in eight ...

 

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13. A School with Solutions: Implementing a Solution-Focused/Adlerian-Based Comprehensive School Counseling Program.

ERIC #: ED457462 Publication Date: 1998-00-00

Author: LaFountain‚ Rebecca M.; Garner‚ Nadine E. Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Brief Psychotherapy; Comprehensive Programs; Conflict Resolution; Counseling; Counseling Theories; Counselor Training; Curriculum Development; Elementary Secondary Education; School Counseling

Abstract:

This book explains how counselors can integrate the theories of solution focused and Adlerian counseling into a comprehensive developmental counseling curriculum. Following an introduction in Chapter 1‚ Chapter 2 explains how support needs to be developed among the staff to implement a comprehensive school program. The comprehensive developmental counseling curriculum is described in Chapter 3. A...

 

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14. Solutions and School Counseling.

ERIC #: EJ445595 Publication Date: 1992-00-00

Author: Downing‚ Jerry; Harrison‚ Tom Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - General

Journal/Source Name: School Counselor Journal Citation: v39 n5 p327-32 May 1992

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Counseling Effectiveness; Elementary Secondary Education; Problem Solving; Role Perception; School Counseling; School Counselors; Student Attitudes; Student Problems; Time Management

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Suggests that effective school counseling program would be time efficient and time limited; address issue that most students are not self-referred; address issue of reluctant student; demonstrate positive orientation toward people and change; teach students to use counseling process‚ change their behaviors‚ and cope; and use strength of clients and their ability to self-correct. Describes solutio...

 

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15. Solution-Focused Counseling Groups: A Key for School Counselors.

ERIC #: EJ524179 Publication Date: 1996-00-00

Author: LaFountain‚ Rebecca M.; And Others Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: School Counselor Journal Citation: v43 n4 p256-67 Mar 1996

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Beliefs; Case Studies; Counselor Training; Elementary Secondary Education; Experimental Groups; Experimental Programs; Group Counseling; School Counselors; Students

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Solution-focused counseling departs from problem-solving strategies by identifying what individuals are already doing well and building on those strengths. Presents the basic concepts of solution-focused counseling and their applications to groups‚ group session descriptions with case illustrations‚ and the preliminary results of a counselor training project. (JPS)

 

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16. Seven Assumptions of a Solution-Focused Conversational Leader.

ERIC #: EJ522770 Publication Date: 1996-00-00

Author: Paull‚ Robert C.; McGrevin‚ Carol Z. Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: NASSP Bulletin Journal Citation: v80 n579 p79-85 Apr 1996

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Brief Psychotherapy; Communication Skills; Elementary Secondary Education; Leadership Qualities; Listening; Principals; Psychologists

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Effective psychologists and school leaders know how to manage conversations to help clients or stakeholders move toward solutions. This article presents the assumptions of solution-focused brief therapy in a school leadership context. Key components are focusing on solutions‚ finding exceptions‚ identifying changes‚ starting small‚ listening to stakeholders‚ constructing meaning‚ and encouraging ...

 

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17. The Bullying Prevention Handbook: A Guide for Principals‚ Teachers‚ and Counselors.

ERIC #: ED419273 Publication Date: 1996-00-00

Author: Hoover‚ John H.; Oliver‚ Ronald Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Bullying; Elementary Secondary Education; Family Influence; Guidelines; Policy Formation; Prevention; Program Descriptions; School Policy; School Security; Student Behavior; Violence

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To help educators deal with "bullying" problems‚ intervention strategies are presented in this handbook. It focuses on the insidious day-to-day teasing and harassment typical of bullying and serves as a resource for addressing "bully/victim" problems during the pre-adolescent and adolescent years. Research has shown that the middle-school years are the worst years in terms of the intensity of bul...

 

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18. A Solution-Focused Approach to Mental Health Intervention in School Settings.

ERIC #: EJ629092 Publication Date: 2001-00-00

Author: Gingerich‚ Wallace J.; Wabeke‚ Todd Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Children & Schools Journal Citation: v23 n1 p33-47 Jan 2001

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Brief Psychotherapy; Client Characteristics (Human Services); Counseling Techniques; Intervention; Mental Disorders; Mental Health; School Counseling

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Describes the use of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) for working with children who present with mental health problems in the school setting. SFBT eschews a pathology-based model of mental health‚ focusing instead on the client's strengths and desire to change. Describes the techniques and application of SFBT and discusses the prevalence of child mental health problems. (Contains 46 referen...

 

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19. Integrating School and Family Counseling: Practical Solutions. The Family Psychology and Counseling Series.

ERIC #: ED465155 Publication Date: 2002-00-00

Author: Miller‚ Lynn D.‚ Ed. Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Academic Achievement; Counseling Techniques; Elementary Secondary Education; Family Counseling; Family Relationship; Family School Relationship; School Counseling; School Counselors; Theory Practice Relationship

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This book offers practical suggestions for school counselors to begin integrating family counseling methods into their practice‚ while providing a rationale and the research support for working with families from a school base. It also provides specific techniques for using solution-focused tools‚ conducting family therapy with children‚ working with parents and teachers‚ and working with individ...

 

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20. Assessment for Intervention: A Problem-Solving Approach

ERIC #: ED489453 Publication Date: 2005-04-00

Author: Brown-Chidsey‚ Rachel‚ Ed. Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Guides - General

Journal/Source Name: Guilford Publications Journal Citation: N/A

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School Counseling; Intervention; Outcomes of Education; Educational Objectives; Problem Solving; Rating Scales; Norm Referenced Tests; Integrity; Teacher Role; Functional Behavioral Assessment; Academic Achievement; Teacher Attitudes

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This cutting-edge volume offers a complete primer on conducting problem-solving based assessments in school or clinical settings. Presented are an effective framework and up-to-date tools for identifying and remediating the many environmental factors that may contribute to a student's academic‚ emotional‚ or behavioral difficulties‚ and for improving all children's educational outcomes. Concise‚ ...

 

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21. Solution-Focused Approaches in the Practice of UK Educational Psychologists: A Study of the Nature of Their Application and Evidence of Their Effectiveness

ERIC #: EJ690546 Publication Date: 2005-02-00

Author: Stobie‚ Ingeborg; Boyle‚ James; Woolfson‚ Lisa Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: School Psychology International Journal Citation: v26 n1 p5-28 Feb 2005

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School Psychologists; Educational Psychology; Counseling Techniques; Foreign Countries; Psychotherapy; Surveys; Questionnaires

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Solution-focused approaches are increasingly widely used in the practice of the applied educational psychologist (EP) (Ajmal and Rees‚ 2001; Durrant‚ 1993; Redpath and Harper‚ 1999; Rhodes and Ajmal‚ 1995). Based on a small-scale computer-mediated exploratory survey‚ this article examines the nature of such practice and investigates whether and how solution-focused practice is evaluated and contr...

 

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22. The START Curriculum: An Interactive and Experiential Curriculum for Building Strong Character and Healthy Relationships in Middle and High Schools.

ERIC #: ED435055 Publication Date: 1999-00-00

Author: Martin‚ Craig; Lehr‚ Judy Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Adolescents; Class Activities; Daily Living Skills; Elementary School Curriculum; Evaluation; Group Counseling; High School Students; High Schools; Interpersonal Relationship; Middle School Students; Middle Schools; Questioning Techniques; Secondary School Curriculum

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This booklet is designed for teachers and counselors in middle schools and high schools who are teaching the Sharing Today and Responsibility Tomorrow (START) Curriculum. The mission of the START Curriculum is to help students develop strong character by providing them with awareness‚ knowledge‚ and skills for building healthy relationships with themselves‚ important others‚ and the community. Th...

 

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23. Solution-Focused Strategies with "Involuntary" Clients: Practical Applications for the School and Clinical Setting.

ERIC #: EJ590857 Publication Date: 1999-00-00

Author: Osborn‚ Cynthia J. Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: Journal of Humanistic Education and Development Journal Citation: v37 n3 p169-81 Mar 1999

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Counseling Techniques; Counselor Attitudes; Drug Rehabilitation; Humanistic Education; Mental Health Programs; School Counseling

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Students and clients who do not seek counseling voluntarily often are characterized in a negative light and receive services that are prescriptive and forced‚ resembling a rigid philosophy. An alternative and more humanistic approach is that of solution-focused counseling‚ which emphasizes therapeutic collaboration. (Author)

 

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24. The Solution-Focused School: An Exceptional Model.

ERIC #: EJ579376 Publication Date: 1999-00-00

Author: Davis‚ Thomas E.; Osborn‚ Cynthia J. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: NASSP Bulletin Journal Citation: v83 n603 p40-46 Jan 1999

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Change Strategies; Educational Environment; Elementary Secondary Education; Models; Problem Solving; School Counseling

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Solution-focused counseling (SFC) brings a positive‚ competency-based perspective to problems experienced by individuals and organizational systems. Instead of looking for what is wrong and how to fix it‚ this approach discovers what is already working and investigates how to use it. SFC employs five principles: a salutary centerpiece‚ exceptional ingredients‚ existing utilities‚ cooperation‚ and...

 

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25. The Utility of Solution-Focused‚ Brief Counseling in Schools: Potential from an Initial Study.

ERIC #: EJ555212 Publication Date: 1997-00-00

Author: Mostert‚ Deborah L.; Johnson‚ Erin; Mostert‚ Mark P. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: Professional School Counseling Journal Citation: v1 n1 p21-24 Oct 1997

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Adolescents; Brief Psychotherapy; College School Cooperation; Counseling Effectiveness; Counseling Services; Elementary Secondary Education; Pupil Personnel Services; School Counseling; School Counselors

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Investigated whether Solution-Focused Brief Counseling (SFBC) might improve service delivery approaches. Focused on SFBC's flexibility in meeting counseling demands and whether SFBC training that was offered to five counselors would foster professional development. Results suggest that SFBC training is feasible and practical and does not involve unrealistic time commitments. (RJM)

 

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26. Alabama Counseling Association Journal‚ 1997-1998.

ERIC #: ED418364 Publication Date: 1998-00-00

Author: Magnuson‚ Sandy‚ Ed.; Norem‚ Ken‚ Ed. Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials

Journal/Source Name: Alabama Counseling Association Journal Journal Citation: v23 n1-2 Sum 1997- Win 1998

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Academic Achievement; Admission (School); College Students; Counseling; Counselors; Disabilities; Employment; Ethics; Experience; Higher Education; Homosexuality; Interviews; Job Satisfaction; Mental Health; Mental Health Programs; Opportunities; Predictor Variables; School Administration; Success; Supervision; Surveys; Training

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This document consists of the two issues of the "Alabama Counseling Association Journal" published during 1997. The focus of the journal is on communicating ideas and information that will help counselors to implement the counseling role and develop the profession of counseling. The following articles are contained in issue 1: "Management and Administration of Mental-Health Centers: Options and O...

 

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27. The Transformative Individual School Counseling Model: An Accountability Model for Urban School Counselors

ERIC #: EJ710406 Publication Date: 2005-02-01

Author: Eschenauer‚ Robert; Chen-Hayes‚ Stuart F. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Professional School Counseling Journal Citation: v8 n3 p244 Feb 2005

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Elementary Secondary Education; Urban Schools; School Counselors; Accountability; School Counseling; Counselor Role; Counseling Techniques; Intervention; Functional Behavioral Assessment

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The realities and needs of urban students‚ families‚ and educators have outgrown traditional individual counseling models. The American School Counselor Association's National Model and National Standards and the Education Trust's Transforming School Counseling Initiative encourage professional school counselors to shift roles toward implementing comprehensive developmental school counseling prog...

 

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28. Teaching Couples Counseling: An Integrative Model

ERIC #: EJ689457 Publication Date: 2005-07-00

Author: Long‚ Lynn L.; Burnett‚ Judith A. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Family Journal Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families Journal Citation: v13 n3 p321-327 Jul 2005

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Marriage Counseling; Models; Counselor Training

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Traditionally‚ training in couples counseling has not received equal status as other counseling modalities. Recently‚ there is renewed interest in specific training for couples counseling as more emphasis is placed on the stability of couple relationships as an important factor for helping families and children function in a society of frequent divorce and escalating school-related violence. Simi...

 

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29. Literacy‚ Self-esteem and Locus of Control

ERIC #: EJ687553 Publication Date: 2005-02-00

Author: Galbraith‚ Alison; Alexander‚ Joy Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research

Journal/Source Name: Support for Learning Journal Citation: v20 n1 p28-34 Feb 2005

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Teaching Methods; Psychotherapy; Locus of Control; Academic Achievement; Reading Instruction; Literacy Education; Self Esteem; Self Concept

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In this article‚ Alison Galbraith and Joy Alexander use case studies of a group of primary school pupils to examine the efficacy of an integrated‚ eclectic approach to the teaching of literacy‚ including whether constructs such as self-concept and self-esteem have a bearing on academic achievement. Circle Time activities‚ interactive teaching methods and discussion based on the principles of Solu...

 

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30. Using Letters to Support Consultative Work in Schools

ERIC #: EJ680742 Publication Date: 2004-12-01

Author: Bozic‚ Nick Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: Educational Psychology in Practice Journal Citation: v20 n4 p291-302 Dec 2004

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Psychotherapy; Letters (Correspondence); Counseling Techniques; School Psychologists; Foreign Countries; Students

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This paper reports how consultative work with teachers can be supported by the use of letters. Letters were written by an educational psychologist (EP) after a consultation meeting with a teacher. Features of therapeutic letter writing and solution-focused brief therapy were used to increase the collaborative intent of the letters. Follow-up questionnaires indicated that teachers valued this kind...

 

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31. Techniques in Marriage and Family Counseling‚ Volume Two. The Family Psychology and Counseling Series.

ERIC #: ED473750 Publication Date: 2002-00-00

Author: Watts‚ Richard E.‚ Ed. Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Communication Strategies; Constructivism (Learning); Counseling Techniques; Family Counseling; Family Relationship; Marriage Counseling; Play Therapy; Theory Practice Relationship

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This volume presents a collection of practical strategies for enhancing communication between couples and families. Experts in the field outline proven techniques from cognitive and constructivist/constructionist frameworks‚ structural and strategic orientations‚ and couple/family play therapy. Chapters are: (1) "Letter for a Change: Using Letter Writing in Marriage and Family Counseling" (J. R. ...

 

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32. Nurturing an Endangered Generation: Empowering Youth with Critical Social‚ Emotional‚ and Cognitive Skills.

ERIC #: ED431141 Publication Date: 1998-00-00

Author: Thompson‚ Rosemary A. Publication Type: Books; Information Analyses

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Academic Achievement; Alienation; Cognitive Development; Counseling Techniques; Daily Living Skills; Delinquency; Demography; Dropouts; Family School Relationship; Group Counseling; High Risk Students; Interpersonal Competence; Intervention; Prevention; Psychoeducational Methods; School Community Relationship; Secondary Education; Sexuality; Social Isolation; Student Empowerment; Thinking Skills; Victimization; Violence; Youth

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This book outlines specific treatment intervention and prevention strategies that address the full spectrum of dysfunctional behavior. It introduces structured intervention strategies for school and community collaboration with an emphasis on remediation and treatment. Educators and helping professionals will find counseling strategies and psychoeducational techniques that focus on primary preven...

 

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33. Enhancing the Quality of Child Care: Lessons from Research.

ERIC #: ED425818 Publication Date: 1999-00-00

Author: Chambliss‚ Catherine Publication Type: Information Analyses; Opinion Papers

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Child Development; Day Care; Day Care Centers; Day Care Effects; Early Childhood Education; Educational Assessment; Educational Improvement; Educational Quality

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Drawing on current research‚ this paper advocates the optimization and enhancement of quality in group day care. Child development researchers offer many suggestions for improving the quality of child care. Recent research has indicated the importance peers play in children's development. Researchers have also indicated the importance of establishing educational practices which offer exposure to ...

 

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34. Supporting Families in Crisis. Training Guides for the Head Start Learning Community.

ERIC #: ED424024 Publication Date: 1998-03-17

Author: N/A Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Child Welfare; Crisis Intervention; Family Environment; Family Needs; Family Problems; Family School Relationship; High Risk Students; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Resource Materials; Safety; Safety Education; Staff Development; Training Methods; Workshops

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This guide offers Head Start staff training in how to prevent‚ or identify and respond to family crises in ways that can build resiliency in families. Following an introductory section‚ the guide presents four training modules. Each module details expected outcomes‚ key concepts‚ background information‚ learning activities‚ and next steps. Handouts are included for each module. Module One‚ "Preve...

 

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35. Working with What Works: A Solution-Focused Approach to School Behavior Problems.

ERIC #: EJ494374 Publication Date: 1994-00-00

Author: Murphy‚ John J. Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: School Counselor Journal Citation: v42 n1 p59-65 Sep 1994

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Adolescents; Behavior Problems; Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Techniques; Counseling Theories; Elementary Secondary Education; School Counselors; School Guidance; Student Problems; Student Teacher Attitudes

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Offers an alternative approach to school behavior problems by focusing on "exceptions‚" specific circumstances in which the stated problem occurs less frequently. Presents the "5-E Method" of utilizing exceptions through a case study. Although not a panacea‚ this positive method may prove useful to counselors. (RJM)

 

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36. Single-Session Brief Counseling in a High School.

ERIC #: EJ511359 Publication Date: 1995-00-00

Author: Littrell‚ John M.; And Others Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: Journal of Counseling & Development Journal Citation: v73 n4 p451-58 Mar-Apr 1995

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Adolescents; Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Effectiveness; Counseling Objectives; Counseling Services; Counseling Techniques; High School Students; Outcomes of Treatment; School Counseling; Secondary Education; Student Development; Student Personnel Services

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Investigated three approaches to brief counseling: problem-focused with task‚ problem-focused without task‚ and solution-focused with task. Results suggested high school students made significant changes from the second-week follow-up to the sixth-week follow-up in alleviating their concerns and increasing the percentage of goal achieved. (RJM)

 

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37. Using Solution-Focused Intervention for Behavioral Problems in an Inclusive Classroom.

ERIC #: EJ597010 Publication Date: 1999-00-00

Author: Quigney‚ Theresa A.; Studer‚ Jeannine R. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative

Journal/Source Name: American Secondary Education Journal Citation: v28 n1 p10-18 Fall 1999

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Behavior Modification; Behavior Problems; Classroom Techniques; Disabilities; Elementary Secondary Education; Goal Orientation; Inclusive Schools; Intervention; Program Implementation; Teacher Student Relationship

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Solution-focused intervention deviates from using negative labels (angry‚ aggressive‚ or shy) to describe misbehaving students‚ and reframes behavior descriptions more positively. Four steps (goal setting‚ looking for exceptions‚ visualizing a new life story‚ and practicing the desired behaviors) are vital to facilitating positive behavior changes. (Contains 30 references.) (MLH)

 

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38. Solution-Focused Counseling Groups: The Results are In.

ERIC #: EJ538892 Publication Date: 1996-00-00

Author: LaFountain‚ Rebecca M.; Garner‚ Nadine E. Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: Journal for Specialists in Group Work Journal Citation: v21 n2 p128-43 May 1996

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Adolescents; Burnout; Children; Counseling; Counseling Techniques; Group Counseling; Group Therapy; Junior High School Students

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Presents solution-focused groups as a promising approach based on the results of a comprehensive study (N=68 counselors). Included is an overview of the approach with group session descriptions and case illustration. Includes two appendices titled "Prescreening and Sessions Outline‚" and "Subscales of the Index of Personality Characteristics." (Author/KW)

 

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39. School Phobia: A Family Systems Approach.

ERIC #: EJ548722 Publication Date: 1997-00-00

Author: Cerio‚ Jay Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Journal/Source Name: Elementary School Guidance & Counseling Journal Citation: v31 n3 p180-91 Feb 1997

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Case Studies; Children; Elementary Education; Family Attitudes; Parent School Relationship; School Counseling; School Counselors; School Phobia; Student School Relationship

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Provides strategic and structural therapy concepts to use when addressing a child's school phobia. Describes how a family systems approach‚ which is solution-focused‚ employs family resources and fosters parental competencies. Offers a case study with a careful analysis of each session. Discusses implications for school counselors. (RJM)

 

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40. Surviving the Doctoral Dissertation: A Solution-Focused Approach.

ERIC #: EJ626034 Publication Date: 2001-00-00

Author: Johnson‚ Richard W.; Conyers‚ Liza M. Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: Journal of College Counseling Journal Citation: v4 n1 p77-80 Spr 2001

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Academic Achievement; Cooperation; Doctoral Dissertations; Graduate Students; Higher Education; School Counseling; Social Support Groups; Student Characteristics

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Discusses the implications of solution-focused counseling in support groups designed to help graduate students cope with the demands of writing a doctoral dissertation. The counseling‚ which builds on client strengths in a collaborative fashion‚ seems to be particularly well suited for graduate students‚ all of whom have histories of academic success. (Author/GCP)

 

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41. Problem-Solving Skills: Solution-Focused Strategies for Student Development.

ERIC #: EJ623673 Publication Date: 2000-00-00

Author: Schieffer‚ Janet Logan; Schieffer‚ David J. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers

Journal/Source Name: Journal of School Improvement Journal Citation: v1 n2 p14-19 Win 2000

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Classroom Techniques; Elementary Secondary Education; Learning Strategies; Problem Solving; Student Behavior; Student Development; Teaching Methods

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Provides educators with a problem-solving process that can be used in K-12 classrooms. Defines‚ in particular‚ a solution-focused problem-solving strategy that emphasizes goal identification and implementation. States that this technique helps make positive behavioral changes in students' lives by focusing on future solutions instead of past failures. Contains 16 references. (CJW)

 

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42. Using Single-Participant Research To Assess Counseling Approaches on Children's Off-Task Behavior.

ERIC #: EJ655196 Publication Date: 2002-00-00

Author: Yarbrough‚ Jamie L.; Thompson‚ Charles L. Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research

Journal/Source Name: Professional School Counseling Journal Citation: v5 n5 p308-14 Jun 2002

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Behavior Modification; Behavior Problems; Brief Psychotherapy; Counseling Techniques; Elementary Education; School Counseling; Student Behavior; Time on Task

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Researches the efficacy of reality therapy and solution- focused brief counseling with elementary school students engaging in off-task behavior and demonstrates the utility of a single- participant design in conducting counseling research. Significant positive changes in the on-task behaviors of the students resulted from both approaches. (Contains 19 references and 4 tables.) (GCP)

 

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43. From Supportive-Listening to a Solution-Focused Intervention for Counsellors Dealing with Political Trauma.

ERIC #: EJ651678 Publication Date: 2002-00-00

Author: Klingman‚ Avigdor Publication Type: Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: British Journal of Guidance & Counselling Journal Citation: v30 n3 p247-59 Aug 2002

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Burnout; Conflict; Counselor Role; Empowerment; Foreign Countries; Intervention; Politics; Program Descriptions; School Counselors; Social Problems

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Focuses on a brief intervention with school counselors during a nation-wide political trauma‚ the recent Intifada in Israel. An emergency field intervention program for Israeli school counselors was developed‚ aimed at addressing their personal and professional concerns to reduce or prevent burnout and enhance empowerment. Presents the rationale and the results supporting the validity of the inte...

 

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44. Family Based Services: A Solution-Focused Approach.

ERIC #: ED393582 Publication Date: 1994-00-00

Author: Berg‚ Insoo Kim Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Child Welfare; Family Counseling; Family Life Education; Family Problems; Family Programs; Family Relationship; Family (Sociological Unit); Integrated Services; Intervention; Interviews; Objectives; Social Work

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Drawing on the field of family therapy‚ this step-by-step guide applies principles of brief‚ solution-focused therapy to family-based services (FBS) in ways that empower clients‚ increase cooperation‚ and aid the survival of social workers. Based on the author's experience at the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee‚ Wisconsin‚ the book is divided into 9 chapters. Chapter 1‚ "What Is Family-B...

 

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45. The Solution-Focused Supervision Model for Counselors Teaching in the Classroom.

ERIC #: ED393524 Publication Date: 1996-05-00

Author: Santa Rita‚ Emilio Publication Type: Opinion Papers

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Community Colleges; Cooperative Planning; Evaluation Methods; Problem Solving; School Counselors; Supervisory Methods; Supervisory Training; Teacher Education; Teacher Effectiveness; Teacher Improvement; Teacher Supervision; Teaching Methods; Two Year Colleges

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In supervising counselors who are called upon to function as classroom teachers‚ a solution-focused intervention model can be effectively adapted to the supervision. In general‚ solution-focused models emphasize strengths and successes over weaknesses and problems. In the context of supervision‚ a solution-focused model assumes that supervisees will cooperate with supervisors. Thus‚ the main task...

 

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46. New Developments in Group Counseling.

ERIC #: ED404610 Publication Date: 1997-00-00

Author: Gladding‚ Samuel T.‚ Ed. Publication Type: Collected Works - General; ERIC Publications

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Counseling Techniques; Counseling Theories; Counselor Training; Counselors; Group Counseling; Group Therapy; Models; State of the Art Reviews; Theory Practice Relationship

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Group counseling is a rapidly changing field. This collection of 31 digests examines various aspects of group process and group counseling. The digests are arranged under different subject headings. In section 1‚ the nature of group work is examined‚ along with the evolution of group work training since 1990. The second section looks at application of theories in groups‚ highlighting such approac...

 

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47. Elementary School Counseling in the New Millennium.

ERIC #: ED449450 Publication Date: 2001-00-00

Author: Sandhu‚ Daya Singh‚ Ed. Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Childhood Needs; Counselor Role; Cultural Influences; Diversity (Student); Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Elementary Schools; Prosocial Behavior; School Counselors; Special Needs Students; Student Responsibility

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Counselors must consider social change as they design programs to maximize student potential‚ personal growth‚ self-determination‚ and self-responsibility. There is also a need for counselors to develop‚ implement‚ and evaluate counseling programs for culturally diverse students. The book is intended as a textbook for courses in elementary school guidance and counseling programs‚ focusing mainly ...

 

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48. Widening Horizons: New Challenges‚ Directions and Achievements: Selected Papers from the National Conference on Behaviour Management and Behaviour Change of Children and Youth with Emotional and/or Behaviour Problems (6th‚ Adelaide‚ South Australia‚ 1994).

ERIC #: ED377662 Publication Date: 1994-00-00

Author: Tainsh‚ Mark‚ Ed.; Izard‚ John‚ Ed. Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Behavior Change; Behavior Disorders; Behavior Problems; Change Strategies; Classroom Techniques; Elementary Secondary Education; Emotional Disturbances; Emotional Problems; Foreign Countries; Intervention; Motivation Techniques; Parent Participation; Peer Relationship; Prevention; Program Development; Suspension; Violence

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This collection of 19 papers offers an Australian perspective on behavior management and behavior change of children and youth with emotional and/or behavior problems. Papers are presented in two sections: national and regional perspectives‚ and programs and strategies for different contexts. Titles and authors include: "An Evaluation of Strategies and Methods for Addressing Problems of Peer Abus...

 

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49. Getting Ahead by Turning 180 Degrees: Brief Therapy in the Public Schools.

ERIC #: ED284120 Publication Date: 1987-03-05

Author: Kral‚ Ron Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Speeches/Meeting Papers

Journal/Source Name: N/A Journal Citation: N/A

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Brief Psychotherapy; Change Strategies; Counseling Techniques; Counselor Role; Elementary Secondary Education; Models; Public Schools; School Psychologists; Student Development; Systems Approach

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This paper presents the basic premises of Solution Focused Brief Therapy‚ a model of intervention based on systems theory‚ and how this approach is uniquely suited to the needs of school psychologists within a public school setting. Five key principles are described: (1) complaints are interaction based; (2) change in one part of the system leads to system-wide changes; (3) small change is all th...

 

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50. Using Solution-Focused Intervention To Address African American Male Overrepresentation in Special Education: A Case Study.

ERIC #: EJ638763 Publication Date: 2001-00-00

Author: Watkins‚ Anne Meade; Kurtz‚ P. David Publication Type: Journal Articles

Journal/Source Name: Children & Schools Journal Citation: v23 n4 p223-34 Oct 2001

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Adolescents; Black Students; Case Studies; Children; Disproportionate Representation; Early Identification; Early Intervention; Educational Diagnosis; Elementary Secondary Education; Males; Racial Bias; Sex Bias; Special Education

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Concern has grown over the overrepresentation of African American male students in special education classes. This article highlights this problem and illustrates the use of a solution-focused approach to early intervention with African American young men who are at risk of being placed in special education. (Author)

 

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