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The Resource The therapist's treasure chest : solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice, Filip Caby, Andrea Caby ; translated by Jenny Piening

The therapist's treasure chest : solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice, Filip Caby, Andrea Caby ; translated by Jenny Piening

Label
The therapist's treasure chest : solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice
Title
The therapist's treasure chest
Title remainder
solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice
Statement of responsibility
Filip Caby, Andrea Caby ; translated by Jenny Piening
Creator
Contributor
Author
Translator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Caby, Filip
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1962-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Caby, Andrea
  • Piening, Jenny
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychotherapy
  • Clinical psychology
  • Psychotherapists
Label
The therapist's treasure chest : solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice, Filip Caby, Andrea Caby ; translated by Jenny Piening
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translated from the German
  • "A Norton Professional Book"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Resource Oriented
  • Reinforcing a positive mood
  • Special Techniques
  • Direct Interventions in Conversation
  • Glove puppets
  • Drawing together
  • Scribbling and doodling together
  • The self-portrait (resource-focused)
  • The problem picture
  • Working with the child's name
  • Drawing with children and families
  • Constructivist
  • Cartoon therapy
  • Timeline work
  • Biography work
  • Therapeutic stories and fairy tales
  • Breaks in the story
  • Drawing the helper figure
  • Letters from the Fairy Kingdom
  • Magic tricks
  • Guessing the right card
  • The knotted handkerchief trick
  • Summary: The Approach of the Therapist
  • The fairy rocket
  • The magic glove
  • Improvisation, movement and more
  • The power of the unexpected: Moving improvisations
  • The rubber band
  • Marking progress with colors and shapes
  • Marking progress with all the senses
  • Emotion cards and such
  • Reflecting positions
  • Sculpture work: Understanding without words
  • Humor Works, Too
  • A chair is (not) a chair, and more: Working with objects
  • Perspective goggles
  • Relaxation and imagination
  • Relaxation exercise: 5-4-3-2-1
  • Family coat of arms
  • Redesigning the past
  • Playing with hypotheses
  • The inner team
  • The pocket helper
  • Compliments, praise, and such
  • Hypotheses: Useful or a Hindrance?
  • Concentration?! "How can I learn to concentrate?"
  • Mottos, mantras, and myths
  • Systemic and creative psychoeducation
  • Dream your dream
  • Exaggeration
  • Rewind --> Reset
  • Dice: "Playing with possibilities"
  • Interventions for Home
  • Signed and sealed: Contracts with clients
  • Keeping minutes for a meeting
  • What Does Strategy Have to Do with Counseling and Therapy?
  • Talismans, courage stones, and other helpers
  • Dream catchers and worry dolls
  • The anti-anxiety thread
  • Traffic-light cards
  • The rule of the month
  • Certificates
  • Introduction
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • More Structure, Please!
  • ADHD
  • 2.0: Focus on Adolescents and Medication
  • Focus: Adolescents
  • Focus: Medication
  • Autistic Behavior
  • Biting
  • Chronic Physical Conditions
  • Compulsions and Tics
  • Coughing and Such: Psychogenic Breathing Problems
  • Depression
  • Don't Be Misled by a Symptom
  • Eating and Feeding Disorders
  • Enuresis
  • Family Constellations with Adopted or Foster Children
  • Gifted and Talented
  • Grief and Mourning
  • Head Banging and Other Repetitive Behaviors
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Headaches
  • 2.0: Pain Here and There
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • The Art of Questioning
  • Interaction and Regulation Disorders
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Learning Disabilities and Developmental Disorders
  • "Luxury Generation"
  • Lying
  • Media Overconsumption/Addiction
  • Mentally (or Physically) Ill Parents
  • Mutism
  • Nail-Biting
  • Nightmares, Fear of Going to Sleep, and So On
  • What Makes a Good Question?
  • Obesity
  • Playing the Clown
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Refusal to Eat and Picky Eating
  • School-Related Problems: Reluctance to Go to School, Truancy, and School Phobia
  • Self-Esteem Problems
  • Self-Harming
  • Separation and Divorce
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Sibling Rivalry
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The question is met by silence
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Snitching
  • Social Phobias and Social Anxiety
  • Soiling
  • Stammering, Stuttering, and Such
  • Stealing, Playing with Fire, Running Away
  • Stomachaches
  • Substance Abuse and Addiction
  • Suicidality
  • Thumb-Sucking
  • How do you "do" the problem?
  • Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling)
  • When the Parent Always Answers Questions Addressed to the Child
  • "You Are Our Last Hope!"
  • "We've Tried Everything Already!"
  • "Things Are Never Going to Improve!"
  • "Typical"
  • "If My Wife Didn't Do That, We Wouldn't Have a Problem"
  • When the Client/Patient Has a Concern but the Therapist Has No Time
  • "Ideally, I Would Just Leave Him Right Here!"
  • "Everyone Says We've Got a Problem. But What Is It?"
  • The question makes the patient stop and think
  • "I Give Up[—]I Can't Stand It Any More!"
  • When Even Focusing on Resources Does Not Bring Things into Focus
  • "He Can't Get Himself Organized[—]Please Teach Him How!"
  • When Somebody Is Not Present
  • When One Person Won't Join In
  • "I Will Not Sit Down at the Same Table with That Person!"
  • When an Argument Flares Up in the Consulting Room
  • "That's Right, Isn't It?"
  • When the Patient Does Not Have a Concern
  • When the Problem Is the Marriage, Not the Child
  • A good question deserves a good answer
  • The Client Remains Skeptical
  • Indication "X": When the Problem Cannot Be Addressed
  • Ask, Ask, Ask
  • Bound to Secrecy
  • Dangerous Secrets
  • When Nothing Seems to Work
  • The Concluding Question
  • Other Challenges
  • "I've Finished!": Determining When the Therapy or Counseling Should End
  • Last but Not Least
  • Ask permission to ask a question
  • The Most Important Types of Questions
  • What-else questions
  • Scaling questions
  • Coping questions
  • Exception-seeking questions
  • An Invitation
  • The what's-it-good-for question
  • Questions that make a difference
  • "Let's say that...": Hypothetical questions
  • Aggravating questions: "Could it be even worse?"
  • The power of the subjunctive
  • May I provoke you? (Being polite never hurts!)
  • The Miracle Question
  • Other Good Systemic Solution- and Resource-Focused Questions
  • Summary: When is a question a good question?
  • Using Metaphors: What Has Amtrak Got to Do with Psychotherapy?
  • Contents of the Treasure Chest
  • The Art of Not Understanding: Nonsolutions Are Also Solutions
  • The Art of Making a Connection: Therapeutic Communication Techniques
  • Who's Leading Whom?
  • Establishing a Bond with the Client
  • Therapeutic settings: When do we work with whom?
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Siblings
  • Peers
  • Structuring the therapy
  • The Structure of the Book
  • Starting therapy
  • Pauses and silence
  • Concluding/reflecting on a conversation
  • Communication techniques with children and adolescents
  • Therapeutic background and environment
  • Helpful rules for communicating with children and adolescents
  • Communication techniques with people with intellectual disabilities
  • Communication techniques in crisis situations
  • Professional distance
  • Rapport
  • The Source of Our Inspiration
  • Convey a positive message slowly and a negative message quickly
  • When have you reached your limit? Be honest and pass the buck
  • Introduction
  • General Interventions
  • Direct Interventions in Conversation
  • Metaphors
  • Sports metaphors
  • The car metaphor
  • The ball-point pen metaphor
  • The switch metaphor
  • The Theoretical Framework
  • The mountain metaphor
  • The balloon metaphor
  • The filling station metaphor
  • Other frequently used metaphors
  • Activating and working with resources
  • Discovering resources
  • Resilience or resources?
  • Activating resources
  • Asking about exceptions
  • Scaling
  • Systemic
  • Re framing
  • Circular questioning
  • Circular parenting
  • The Miracle Question
  • Externalization (narrative therapy)
  • Provoking
  • Creating a "yes" vibe
  • Rituals
  • Breaking the pattern
  • Interventions for Home
  • Solution Oriented
  • Observation tasks
  • Prescribing the symptom (paradoxical intervention)
  • Prescribing change
  • The change detective
  • Prescribing what the patient is already doing well
  • Prescribing problem-free times and rooms
  • The forecast calendar
  • Therapeutic homework
  • Letting fate decide
  • Acting-as-if tasks
Control code
ocn870336380
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xvii, 345 pages
Isbn
9780393708622
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2014004402
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)870336380
Label
The therapist's treasure chest : solution-oriented tips and tricks for everyday practice, Filip Caby, Andrea Caby ; translated by Jenny Piening
Publication
Note
  • Translated from the German
  • "A Norton Professional Book"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Resource Oriented
  • Reinforcing a positive mood
  • Special Techniques
  • Direct Interventions in Conversation
  • Glove puppets
  • Drawing together
  • Scribbling and doodling together
  • The self-portrait (resource-focused)
  • The problem picture
  • Working with the child's name
  • Drawing with children and families
  • Constructivist
  • Cartoon therapy
  • Timeline work
  • Biography work
  • Therapeutic stories and fairy tales
  • Breaks in the story
  • Drawing the helper figure
  • Letters from the Fairy Kingdom
  • Magic tricks
  • Guessing the right card
  • The knotted handkerchief trick
  • Summary: The Approach of the Therapist
  • The fairy rocket
  • The magic glove
  • Improvisation, movement and more
  • The power of the unexpected: Moving improvisations
  • The rubber band
  • Marking progress with colors and shapes
  • Marking progress with all the senses
  • Emotion cards and such
  • Reflecting positions
  • Sculpture work: Understanding without words
  • Humor Works, Too
  • A chair is (not) a chair, and more: Working with objects
  • Perspective goggles
  • Relaxation and imagination
  • Relaxation exercise: 5-4-3-2-1
  • Family coat of arms
  • Redesigning the past
  • Playing with hypotheses
  • The inner team
  • The pocket helper
  • Compliments, praise, and such
  • Hypotheses: Useful or a Hindrance?
  • Concentration?! "How can I learn to concentrate?"
  • Mottos, mantras, and myths
  • Systemic and creative psychoeducation
  • Dream your dream
  • Exaggeration
  • Rewind --> Reset
  • Dice: "Playing with possibilities"
  • Interventions for Home
  • Signed and sealed: Contracts with clients
  • Keeping minutes for a meeting
  • What Does Strategy Have to Do with Counseling and Therapy?
  • Talismans, courage stones, and other helpers
  • Dream catchers and worry dolls
  • The anti-anxiety thread
  • Traffic-light cards
  • The rule of the month
  • Certificates
  • Introduction
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • More Structure, Please!
  • ADHD
  • 2.0: Focus on Adolescents and Medication
  • Focus: Adolescents
  • Focus: Medication
  • Autistic Behavior
  • Biting
  • Chronic Physical Conditions
  • Compulsions and Tics
  • Coughing and Such: Psychogenic Breathing Problems
  • Depression
  • Don't Be Misled by a Symptom
  • Eating and Feeding Disorders
  • Enuresis
  • Family Constellations with Adopted or Foster Children
  • Gifted and Talented
  • Grief and Mourning
  • Head Banging and Other Repetitive Behaviors
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Headaches
  • 2.0: Pain Here and There
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • The Art of Questioning
  • Interaction and Regulation Disorders
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Learning Disabilities and Developmental Disorders
  • "Luxury Generation"
  • Lying
  • Media Overconsumption/Addiction
  • Mentally (or Physically) Ill Parents
  • Mutism
  • Nail-Biting
  • Nightmares, Fear of Going to Sleep, and So On
  • What Makes a Good Question?
  • Obesity
  • Playing the Clown
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Refusal to Eat and Picky Eating
  • School-Related Problems: Reluctance to Go to School, Truancy, and School Phobia
  • Self-Esteem Problems
  • Self-Harming
  • Separation and Divorce
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Sibling Rivalry
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The question is met by silence
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Snitching
  • Social Phobias and Social Anxiety
  • Soiling
  • Stammering, Stuttering, and Such
  • Stealing, Playing with Fire, Running Away
  • Stomachaches
  • Substance Abuse and Addiction
  • Suicidality
  • Thumb-Sucking
  • How do you "do" the problem?
  • Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling)
  • When the Parent Always Answers Questions Addressed to the Child
  • "You Are Our Last Hope!"
  • "We've Tried Everything Already!"
  • "Things Are Never Going to Improve!"
  • "Typical"
  • "If My Wife Didn't Do That, We Wouldn't Have a Problem"
  • When the Client/Patient Has a Concern but the Therapist Has No Time
  • "Ideally, I Would Just Leave Him Right Here!"
  • "Everyone Says We've Got a Problem. But What Is It?"
  • The question makes the patient stop and think
  • "I Give Up[—]I Can't Stand It Any More!"
  • When Even Focusing on Resources Does Not Bring Things into Focus
  • "He Can't Get Himself Organized[—]Please Teach Him How!"
  • When Somebody Is Not Present
  • When One Person Won't Join In
  • "I Will Not Sit Down at the Same Table with That Person!"
  • When an Argument Flares Up in the Consulting Room
  • "That's Right, Isn't It?"
  • When the Patient Does Not Have a Concern
  • When the Problem Is the Marriage, Not the Child
  • A good question deserves a good answer
  • The Client Remains Skeptical
  • Indication "X": When the Problem Cannot Be Addressed
  • Ask, Ask, Ask
  • Bound to Secrecy
  • Dangerous Secrets
  • When Nothing Seems to Work
  • The Concluding Question
  • Other Challenges
  • "I've Finished!": Determining When the Therapy or Counseling Should End
  • Last but Not Least
  • Ask permission to ask a question
  • The Most Important Types of Questions
  • What-else questions
  • Scaling questions
  • Coping questions
  • Exception-seeking questions
  • An Invitation
  • The what's-it-good-for question
  • Questions that make a difference
  • "Let's say that...": Hypothetical questions
  • Aggravating questions: "Could it be even worse?"
  • The power of the subjunctive
  • May I provoke you? (Being polite never hurts!)
  • The Miracle Question
  • Other Good Systemic Solution- and Resource-Focused Questions
  • Summary: When is a question a good question?
  • Using Metaphors: What Has Amtrak Got to Do with Psychotherapy?
  • Contents of the Treasure Chest
  • The Art of Not Understanding: Nonsolutions Are Also Solutions
  • The Art of Making a Connection: Therapeutic Communication Techniques
  • Who's Leading Whom?
  • Establishing a Bond with the Client
  • Therapeutic settings: When do we work with whom?
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Siblings
  • Peers
  • Structuring the therapy
  • The Structure of the Book
  • Starting therapy
  • Pauses and silence
  • Concluding/reflecting on a conversation
  • Communication techniques with children and adolescents
  • Therapeutic background and environment
  • Helpful rules for communicating with children and adolescents
  • Communication techniques with people with intellectual disabilities
  • Communication techniques in crisis situations
  • Professional distance
  • Rapport
  • The Source of Our Inspiration
  • Convey a positive message slowly and a negative message quickly
  • When have you reached your limit? Be honest and pass the buck
  • Introduction
  • General Interventions
  • Direct Interventions in Conversation
  • Metaphors
  • Sports metaphors
  • The car metaphor
  • The ball-point pen metaphor
  • The switch metaphor
  • The Theoretical Framework
  • The mountain metaphor
  • The balloon metaphor
  • The filling station metaphor
  • Other frequently used metaphors
  • Activating and working with resources
  • Discovering resources
  • Resilience or resources?
  • Activating resources
  • Asking about exceptions
  • Scaling
  • Systemic
  • Re framing
  • Circular questioning
  • Circular parenting
  • The Miracle Question
  • Externalization (narrative therapy)
  • Provoking
  • Creating a "yes" vibe
  • Rituals
  • Breaking the pattern
  • Interventions for Home
  • Solution Oriented
  • Observation tasks
  • Prescribing the symptom (paradoxical intervention)
  • Prescribing change
  • The change detective
  • Prescribing what the patient is already doing well
  • Prescribing problem-free times and rooms
  • The forecast calendar
  • Therapeutic homework
  • Letting fate decide
  • Acting-as-if tasks
Control code
ocn870336380
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xvii, 345 pages
Isbn
9780393708622
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2014004402
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)870336380

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