Note: This is a 2-day class to be held July 25 and 26, 2019. Attendance to both days is required to receive continuing education credit.
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Objectives: Participants will be able to
- List at least two tenets of the evidence-based SF approach
- List at least two ways the evidence-based SF approach is different from other approaches
- Define a “yes set” and describe how it is useful
- Define a VIP question and describe how to utilize it with a court mandated or reluctant client
- Define a SF exception
- Describe how to amplify and utilize an exception to create a sustainable solution
- Describe and demonstrate an evidence-based SF scaling technique
- Describe at least one way to actively engage youth in answering SF scaling questions
- Demonstrate the SF “Miracle” question
- Give an example of a SF “Best Hope” question
- Give an example of a SF “Difference” question
- Demonstrate a SF “Coping” question and describe how to utilize it with a client currently experiencing difficult life circumstances
- List at least one principle for utilizing the SF approach with a specific client population
- List at least two SF “Risk Assessment” questions
- Identify at least one principle for adapting the SF approach to comply with problem-focused legal requirements
- Describe the SF 60-Second Group Compliment Exercise
Cost: $150 ($75 - UnityPoint Health employee)
Continuing Education Credit: NASW has determined this course meets the requirements for 6.0 hours of continuing education each day. Attendance to both days is required to receive credit.