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Social Work Theories

Need to send this to Sharayah. Not that I know anything, but apparently it would have been helpful for grad school. 13 Social Work Theories - where was this in grad school?

Levels of listening is one of the most useful life coaching tools out there. Understanding the perspective that you are listening from as a coach makes all the difference.

Emotional intelligence (EQ) and empathy. Levels of listening. Along with active listening one of the most importance skills in therapy, coaching, and leadership (business).

Theory of Human Behavior Chart #psychology

Adlerian Psychology Theory of Human Behavior : The Indivisible Person, Indivisible from the Social World, Strives for Goals of Security, Significance and Success, based on a Self-Created Philosophy of Life

School Psychology, School Counseling, Van, Solution Focused Therapy, Dit Ben Ik, Brain Gym, Searching, Privee, Team Building

2. Genogram: Used to map a family and family dynamics/issues over multiple generations. The three sisters had a strained relationship with their mother.

Basic genogram symbols to use with therapy clients to explore family of origin dynamics. Originally pinned from MO government website.

7 communicatiestrategieen HuibKoeleman.nl . Vijf veranderkleuren van de Caluwe + 2 nieuwe!

De 7 veranderkleuren in een schema - Orange Otters

Kern Vragen stellen om achter de essentie te komen bron: Groot werkvormenboek (http://www.bol.com/nl/p/het-groot-werkvormenboek/1001004005472187/

Kern Vragen stellen om achter de essentie te komen bron: Groot werkvormenboek (http://www.bol.com/nl/p/het-groot-werkvormenboek/1001004005472187/

[Artikel] De vier typen van intelligenties. Welke herken jij bij jezelf? #hsp

[Artikel] De vier typen van intelligenties. Welke herken jij bij jezelf? #hsp

wanneer je je niet veilig voelt, val je terug in een rol #dramadriehoek

wanneer je je niet veilig voelt, val je terug in een rol #dramadriehoek

The sociological imagination.

“Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both” Today’s sociology quote is from C. Wright Mills’ classic, The Sociological Imagination.