Chapter 2. Problem-Solving Theoretical Framework
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PROBLEM-SOLVING THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
There is strength in the awareness of vulnerabilities and in the willingness to explore positive, supported change.
Problem solving is an activity requiring specific skills. The LIBRE (Listen, Identify a challenge, Brainstorm options, Reality-test, Encourage) Model is a problem-solving approach designed to process troublesome social interactions (Guerra, 2007). The LIBRE Model may involve an administrator that is prepared to assist the participant in slowing the differential processing to allow for the social cognitive conversation to unfold. As the participant is invited to Listen and list what is on her mind, she is providing an environmental picture of what is occurring within her worldview.
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