Ethics Alive! Ethics of Paradoxical Intervention in Social Work

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I'm having a hard time understanding what paradox is. What is paradox when it comes to social work?

Audrey more than 4 years ago

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In a paradoxical intervention, the social worker or therapist encourages the client to behave in one way, with the goal being for the client to behave in a different way. Barsky gives some examples in the article. Here is a link to another article that explains this further: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/in-therapy/201001/cool-intervention-8-paradoxical-interventions

SocialWorker.com more than 4 years ago

Community Development social work Techniques

Eye opening presentation!

Gopinadh KK more than 4 years ago

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