Solution Focused Therapy in Schools
What are your thoughts about using solution focused therapy in the school setting? In what situations might it be helpful as a therapeutic intervention? In what situations would it not be useful? Why? How does it fit with social work values and ethics? How is allowing a child/student to be the expert of their life and collaborating with them to allow them to come up with a solution helpful in school social work? What do you like about solution focused therapy as a therapeutic intervention technique for the school setting? Why? In the article by Murphy, how does the Change Pie approach fit with social work values? What tasks/skills in the article by Murphy stood out to you as important? Why?