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  • Brief Intervention for School Problems, Second Editionby John J. Murphy; Barry L. Duncan

    Guilford Publications 2010; US$ 27.00

    "This text provides a unique, engaging, and practical approach for supporting students as they learn to effectively cope with life challenges. The authors describe how to form an alliance with clients, solicit creative solutions based on previous experiences, support implementation of a plan, evaluate results, and make adjustments based on intervention... more...

  • The Heroic Clientby Barry L. Duncan; Scott D. Miller; Jacqueline A. Sparks

    Wiley 2011; US$ 40.00

    In this controversial book, psychologists Barry Duncan and Scott Miller, cofounders of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change, challenge the traditional focus on diagnosis, "silver bullet" techniques, and magic pills, exposing them as empirically bankrupt practices that only diminish the role of clients and hasten therapy's extinction. Instead,... more...

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