Structured methods and striking moments: using question sequences in "living" ways.

@article{Lowe2005StructuredMA,
  title={Structured methods and striking moments: using question sequences in "living" ways.},
  author={Roger A. Lowe},
  journal={Family process},
  year={2005},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={65-75}
}
This article draws together two seemingly incompatible practices in social constructionist therapies: the use of structured questioning methods (associated with solution-focused and narrative therapies) and the poetic elaboration of "striking moments" (associated with conversational therapies). To what extent can we value and use both styles of practice? Beginning with practitioners' concerns about the use of structured question sequences, I explore possibilities for resituating these methods… CONTINUE READING

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