One Tip to Help You Listen Differently in Session

Posted by Elliott Connie - January 6, 2018 - Solution Focused Therapy - 8 Comments


Discovering client exceptions and resources has always been a part of the Solution Focused Approach. I this video share one tip that will help you become more able to identify a client strength, resource or exception in session. Hope you like it.

  • Patricia Sherman

    Thanks for sharing this insight. I appreciate your humility as you share your journey to learning the concepts of SFBT.

    • Elliott Connie

      I am so glad you like it Patricia!

  • Becky Botts

    What an important thing to keep in mind. Coming from a very privileged lifestyle I can see that I might just pass over things that are not present in my life without realizing the impact such things have on a client. It will be good to keep in mind as we work with women at the prison. Thanks, Elliott!
    Dan

    • Elliott Connie

      Glad you liked it Dan! Especially with the type of work that you do.

  • Joe Dubowski

    Great message, there, Elliott. Thanks! I will be sure to bring lessons like that with me from my past therapy work into my work as a solution-focused therapist.

    • Elliott Connie

      You’re welcome Joe. I am glad you liked this video.

  • Heather Smith

    This was a really good point that upon reflection I haven’t paid enough attention to in my work.. I will try to remedy that going forward. Thanks for all you do trying to bring your clinical wisdom to the therapist community.

    • Elliott Connie

      Hey Heather, thanks for the comment and I am so glad you like this video.

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