- Words: 705
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Children
- Paper #: 40019707
Proactive and reactive - the Solution-Focused parent begins with a plan then continually evaluates how the plan is working, allowing modifications to be made to maximize its effectiveness (CEUS, 2005, p.1). Bruce (1995) believes that implementation of active, diverse strategies and interventions, including role-playing, artwork, homework assignments, interpretations, visualizations, and reframing help children and adolescents achieve their goals.
Active rather than directive - the Solution-Focused perspective includes the belief that helping