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So let’s see, in Issue 24 we spent some time thinking about directive questions that pull out our client’s preferred future by eliciting resources, strengths and visions of change. Broadly called ‘Solution Focused’ questions these types of questions are a powerful tool in the kit bag of behaviour change therapists.

Travelling along a similar vein in this issue, I am inviting exploration of questions that look for exceptions to the problem. These types of questions may offer a much more subtle and client focused alternative to imposing a new thought about change. ‘Exception Questions’ may do this by inviting the client to sift through their own experiences with a lens that captures times when the problem has been less of an influence.

Read on to explore more about what this angle of enquiry may have to offer your clients and what it may sound like in session…

Read Issue 25