|Look for concrete, behavioral, and specific description of problem (but not necessary to know problem to find solution);
Focus on exceptions and strengths and resources of client.
First formula session task;
Set small goals and do more of what works (experience the exceptions);
“Do more of what works.”
|Identify problem-saturated story that has been dictated by dominant societal discourse;
View problems as contextual and relational;
Search for unique outcomes and “sparkling moments.”
|Deconstruct problem-saturated stories;
Discover dominant and subjugated stories;
Landscape of action questions;
Landscape of meaning questions;
Co-construct and re-author new (preferred) narrative.