Solution-oriented Approaches to Rapid Change:Drawing on Positive Psychology and the New Brain Scienc
By Bill O’Hanlon, LMFT, MS
Recent years have seen a shift in focus from what is wrong with people (diagnosis of deficits and damage) to what is right with people (strengths, competence and abilities). This approach has been validated by recent research findings about the plasticity of the brain and on what makes us happy and gives our lives meaning. Translating this research into practical interventions isn't always obvious.
In this inspiring and informative training, Bill O'Hanlon helps the therapist translate the latest research findings into practical interventions for their patients and provides tools to more rapidly join with clients and help them change. It can make your clinical work easier, more cooperative and more joyful. This presentation is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
List three findings from Positive Psychology that can help make cinical work more effective.
Use five methods of dissolving resistance.
Online Video Course (1.5 Credits)
Online Audio Course (1.5 Credits)