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Problems are mishandled in 3 ways:

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Taking an action that shouldn’t have been, taking an action that doesn’t help, failing to take an action

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Bpft (MRI) suggests that problems occur when

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Repeated efforts to address a complaint with repeated unsuccessful solutions.

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What is I retraction all view of the problem

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Assumption that the problem is maintained by the actions of both individuals

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MRI bpft early stage goals

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Du fine the problem and feedback loops, identify customer ship, identify previous solutions and their success, assess intersectional patterns, identify specific concrete goals

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MRI interim goals

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Interrupt more of the same attempted sollutions,

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Late stage goal MRI

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Interrupt potential new problems that occurr as results of the shift, highlight new solutions and successes, find second order change

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Bellac ploy

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Therapist compliments client in a way that paradoxically influences him to behave in a way that is consistent with the compliment.

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What are these important people associated with: don Jackson, Gregory Batedon?iltom Erikson, Paul Watzlawick, Virginia satir, Kay Hayley, Richard Fischer, John Weakland

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MRI brief problem focused therapy

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A brief problem therapist will see a family’s problem as

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A series of attempted solutions that are in-effective

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A couple whose argument are characterized by a pattern of increasing intensity as each complaint is net with a counter complaint are illustrations of

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Symmetrical escalation

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In the family’s assessment of the problem the therapist is focused on identifying

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Positive feedback cycles and the family rules that inform the patterns

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The primary assumption of MRI/brief problem focused model is

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The change in communication leads to change in the behavior