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The Character of Creativity: True Stories & Reflections to Inspire You and Your Kids By Michael A. Wright
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This book uses true stories to engage the critical thinking skills of families. It encourages parents to trust in the discussion, the process of decision making, and the critical thinking rather than... More > worrying about the outcomes for their children. It supports the conversation that creates creative thinkers who make sustainable decisions or learn from their mistakes.< Less
Deceptions, Distractions & Disillusionment: Barriers to Your Success and Ours By Michael A. Wright
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The book accomplishes 2 simple tasks. First, it identifies and discusses the primary barriers to collaboration. Second, it provides the methods for overcoming the barriers. The difference is that it... More > takes the discussion deep into the system of deception, self-deception, role and identity confusion, guilt, shame, and adult development in response to the Parental Obligation. The barriers encountered are called the 5 D-Lays: Dissonance, Defenses, Deceptions, Distractions, Disillusionment. They Delay your success and ours. The solution to overcoming is to address the narrative that has you reacting with D-Lays. This work differs because of its foundation in research on Adverse Childhood Experiences, ACE Response Strategies, Social Agency, and Solution Focused Brief Intervention.< Less
Deceptions, Distractions & Disillusionment: Barriers to Your Success and Ours By Michael A. Wright
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The book accomplishes 2 simple tasks. First, it identifies and discusses the primary barriers to collaboration. Second, it provides the methods for overcoming the barriers. The difference is that it... More > takes the discussion deep into the system of deception, self-deception, role and identity confusion, guilt, shame, and adult development in response to the Parental Obligation. We don’t know ourselves or focus on what we think are negatives about ourselves (shame). We don’t trust ourselves (suppression). We don’t know the other (role confusion). We don’t trust the other (isolation). We are a bunch of islands attempting to convince ourselves that we are “family,” and therefore “family” has come to mean something less than people who are willing to give their all to establish your success.< Less
Deceptions, Distractions & Disillusionment: Barriers to Your Success and Ours By Michael A. Wright
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We find it difficult to see ourselves clearly or change our behaviors to be in line with our desires. We don’t know ourselves, or we focus on what we think are negatives about ourselves... More > (shame). We don’t trust ourselves (suppression). We don’t know our purpose in comparison to the other (role confusion). We don’t trust the other (isolation). We are a bunch of islands attempting to convince ourselves that we are “family.” “Family” has come to mean something less than people who are willing to give their all to establish your success. Overcoming this deception starts with the realization that YOU are to blame. Forgiveness, Perfection, and Agency are elements of the solution we both must learn.< Less
Interviewing Skills: GIM+ Introduction By Michael A. Wright
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Generalist Intervention Model (GIM) with a plus. The plus is Preparation, self-reflectiveness knowledge. The Termination skill includes a perspective on former clients as sponsors of new clients. The... More > Follow-up skill includes information on training report creation.< Less
Introduction to Social Work: A Writing Approach to Professional Discovery By Michael A. Wright
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In this Introduction to Social Work text, the Hegelian Dialectic (thesis, antithesis, synthesis) is introduced. An example essay is provided at the end of each chapter. A rubric is also provided in... More > this text to support evaluation of the form requirement. The goal is for students to learn and practice logical writing and receive an introduction to synthesis/integration. Students practice the ability to articulate how two contradictory ideas can coexist. The reward reveals itself in later classes. Logic discussions and literature review are potentially less dualistic. Students evidence a greater tolerance for ambiguity and opposing viewpoints during discussions.< Less